Our adult cycling lessons are suitable for all ages and abilities.
- For complete beginners – a great way to learn how to ride or build up your confidence in a safe environment.
- For competent riders – develop your confidence and competence and learn advanced on-road skills.
All our skilled instructors are Cycling Scotland accredited and will guide you through the different steps for safe and confident cycling.
Our lessons run on a pay what you can basis and we will never discriminate against anyone who can’t afford to pay.
We have a suggested donation scale which you are welcome to use:
- £0 – if you are on low / no income you don’t have to pay anything
- £5 – this covers the cost of admin time
- £10 – helps towards the cost of buying and maintaining bikes and equipment
- £20 – covers the cost of the instructors time
- £35 – this donation would cover the whole cost of the lesson
We do not currently offer lessons for children. Please visit Aye Cycle to find other cycling providers offering services for children.
Family Cycling Sessions
Family Cycling Sessions are a fun and healthy way for a family to spend time together and to learn a new skill. We offer bespoke 1-hour sessions where you will work with a qualified instructor who will tailor the sessions to your needs
Women and Non-binary People Programme
We deliver a year-long programme of cycling activities aimed at Women and non-binary people. From weekly cycle lessons and group rides to fortnightly Fix Your Own Bike and regular 2-hour basic mechanic sessions.
It doesn’t matter what level of cycling you have done in the past, or if you have done any cycling at all, we’re here to help you get started in the sometimes daunting world of cycling.
Weekly drop-in sessions take place at:
- Wednesdays 10.00-11.00 Learn to Ride – West hub
- Wednesdays 11.30-13.00 Led ride – West hub
- Thursdays 10.00-11.00 Learn to Ride – South hub
- Thursdays 11.30-13.00 Led ride – South hub
Fix Your Own Bike/Maintenance sessions – drop-in
- 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month 12.00-16.00 – West hub
As part of the Women and Non-binary programme, we are offer fix-your-own-bike sessions to women and non-binary people on a pay-what-you-can basis. Our women and non-binary mechanics will be on hand to offer advice and guidance as well as tools and assistance. There are also regular 2-hour basic maintenance classes available to book.
Led cycle rides – bookable
Last Friday of each month
Monthly longer-led cycle rides are designed to enable women and non-binary people to build up their bike skills and feel confident to keep cycling. Our friendly ride leaders will guide you through safe and scenic routes, giving you the opportunity to explore the city and its surroundings in a fun and supportive environment. Our led rides are a great way to stay active and meet other like-minded people.
Please book on the following link: https://bikeforgood.as.me/monthly-WNB-ledride
For further details contact: email@example.com
WNB Programme – Paths For All Volunteer Awards 2023
Our dedicated volunteer was recognised at Paths for All’s 2023 Volunteer Awards ceremony at the Scottish Parliament. Watch to learn more about our award-winning initiative! 🏆🚲
New Scots project
The New Scots project is a cycling program designed to support asylum seekers and refugees. We are dedicated to increasing individuals’ independence, confidence, and social networks through regular cycling activities.
The project offers cycling lessons for new scots every Monday morning from 10 am – 12 noon. Monday afternoons from 1pm – 3pm we also run a New Scots Led ride. Bookings are required for these activities and slots can be booked by emailing Alexis on firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Tuesday afternoons we run a New Scots Fix Your Own Bike session. Drop in anytime between 1.30-4.30 pm and Alexis or Chris will be on hand to help you out.
We also run 8-week blocks of group rides in partnership with New Scots support organisations across the city. If you are a new Scots support organisation and think that a block of rides could help the people that you are supporting then please get in touch with the project coordinator, Chris email@example.com
Please check our most up to date schedule for a full overview of our activities for New Scots.