Cycling Ireland have a range of fun activities, games and skills challenges to try both at school and at home. Don't forget to complete a safety check before getting started.
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- Cycling at School
- Cycle Right
- Coach Activity Cards
- Obstacle Course
- Local Sports Partnerships
- Local Authorities
A fun and simple guide to Introducing Cycling to your School
Is the National Standard for Cycle Training and provides practical cycle safety and skills training to promote competent and confident cyclists.
Stage 1 activities are suitable for all cycling disciplines and easy to set up.
Cycling Ireland Coaching Skills Cards
Have fun making an obstacle course, be as creative as possible, here is just one example.
The network is made up of 29 Local Sports Partnerships (LSPs) who are passionate about getting Ireland physically active, involved in sport, and ensuring everyone in the community has the chance to be included.
Sport Development contacts within Local Authorities in Northern Ireland.
- Teaching a Child to Cycle
- Independent Cycling with a Disability
- Fun Games and Skills
- Cycling with a Child on the Road
- Cycle Right
- Join Cycling Ireland
- Find a Club Near You
- Cycling Facilities
To help you and your child enjoy the experience of learning to ride a bike. The goal is to build confidence and independence.
A range of resources including the benefits, specialised bicycles, different forms of disability and the learning process.
Games and skills for cyclists which can be practised at home using common household objects – enjoy!
Once a child has learned to cycle, they will want to progress using their skills to moving around where they live. The key to this is adults cycling with children on the road.
Is the National Standard for Cycle Training and provides practical cycle safety and skills training to promote competent and confident cyclists. Resources for Parents and Guardians.
If you are not already a member come and be a part of our growing cycling community.
Check out our club finder in your local area.
Find a cycling facility near you, it is a great way to see some of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of the island of Ireland while enjoying the great outdoors.