Online Cycle Commuter Webinars for Bike Week

Online Cycle Commuter Webinars for Bike Week

Cycle to work with confidence. As part of Bike Week 2022 enjoy free access to online cycle commuter pre-recorded webinars aimed to get you set up for your cycle commute. With highly experienced instructors on hand Cycling UK will help you get cycle confident ready for your Bike Week commute.

Be a part of the hundreds of new cycle commuters giving cycling to work a try post-pandemic. With raising gas prices, growing concern for the climate and fitting exercise into a busy schedule why not try commuting by bike today. With these pre-recorded webinars you'll feel confident, safe and prepared to give it a go.

Bike Week aims to show how simple and life-changing making the switch to cycling can really be. Not only will you see fantastic improvements to your health, you'll be helping to reduce the UK’s carbon footprint and keeping your communities air cleaner. 


cycle to work information
cycle to work information

 

Session 1: Road positioning – the expert guide for cyclists of all experiences

Clinging to the pavement? Hanging too close to the curb? In this session you'll learn how far from the edge you should really go as well as top tips for cycling on the road. 

Delivered by Cycling UK’s experienced instructors, you can expect best practice advice for cycling on the road through examples, demonstrations and short presentations.

The aim of this pre-recorded webinar is to give you more confidence when cycling on the road to work. Simply register to watch the webinar now. 

Session 2: Basic bike maintenance

Puncture? No problem! Our team of experienced instructors will give you practical advice and training for basic bike maintenance and repairs.

You can expect practical examples, demonstrations and short presentations in this prerecorded webinar. 

The aim of the session is to give attendees more confidence on fixing punctures out on the commute. 


Bike repair workshop
Bike repair workshop

 

Session 3: Route planning for your cycle to work

With so many route options available for cyclists it can be hard to know which provide the best result for your needs.

Whether you're looking for a route using the roads, or off-road route to work, our experienced instructors will give hints and tips to help you get to work easily and on-time.

The aim of the session is to give attendees the confidence to navigate their way to work by bike successfully

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Planning a cycle route to work
Planning a cycle route to work

Session 4: What equipment do you need to cycle to work?

From lights to panniers there, is a whole range of equipment out there to support your cycle to work, but what is nice to have and what is essential? Our experts will run through all the equipment you need to make your ride to work as comfortable as possible.

All sessions will go through practical examples, demonstrations and short presentations.

The aim of the session is for attendees to feel comfortable and prepared for cycling to work.

After all of the sessions, there will be an opportunity to ask questions to the instructors. We’ll also provide details on how you can access further courses and training with Cycling UK.

 

 


Equipment for cycling to work
Equipment for cycling to work

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Sessions are free and pre-recorded. Simply register for free to watch and learn. 

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Road positioning – the expert guide for cyclists of all experiences

 

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Basic bike maintenance

 

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Route planning for your cycle to work

 

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What equipment do you need to cycle to work?

 

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Bike Week

Delivered by Cycling UK, Bike Week is the UK’s largest awareness raising week for cycling. From Monday 6 June - Sunday 12 June, head out on your bike and celebrate just how brilliant it can be.

Be sure to share cycling photos online using #7daysofcycling and log your ride on the Bike Week website for a chance to win some fantastic prizes.

It is our mission to show just how simple and life-changing cycling can be when you make the switch and cycle more for everyday journeys.

So, whatever you do this Bike Week,  get out on your bike and have some fantastic fun.

Other commuting advice and information

If we don't cover a commuting session you'd like to know about please let us know in the comments section at the end of this article.

You can also find a whole host of information, advice and handy hints and tips on the commuting section of Cycling UK’s website.

 

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