learn to commute

The average commute is only 8km, but less than 7% of employed people in Glasgow currently cycle as their main mode of transport. Our Active Travel programme was developed to encourage people to cycle for short journeys to reduce the environmental impact of private transport.

Our cycling instructors would love to support your employees to learn to ride or build confidence cycling on the road. We are happy to tailor the training to meet their needs so please get in touch. Your staff might not have access to a bike, or may feel intimidated by the prospect of cycling on the roads of Glasgow – that’s okay, we can support them to build confidence and access quieter routes. 

Click here to view the Bike for Good Employer Services price list.

Cycle lessons

Our qualified Cycle Instructors offer lessons for: 

  • Complete beginners to learn to ride and build confidence in a safe environment
  • Competent riders to develop confidence and learn advanced on-road skills

Book cycle lessons here

It’s also worth checking out Cycling Scotland’s great Essential Cycling Skills course for those who want to develop their confidence on a bike. They offer the standard course for individuals and a new course for families.

Led Rides for aspiring cycle commuters

Our Instructors also offer route planning and guided rides to help your staff connect to the city by bike and build confidence cycling to and from work.

For more information please contact Gail, Active Travel Coordinator at Bike for Good on gail@bikeforgood.org.uk.