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Getting started: Just ride

It's like riding a bike, you never forget how.

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1. Dust off your bike

Got an old bike? Fetch it out of storage. Or borrow a neighbour’s bike. Pump up the tyres, test the brakes and you’re good to go!

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2. Find a quiet place

Find a quiet backstreet, local park or even your garden, anywhere you can safely wobble about a bit.

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3. Just ride!

Within minutes, we reckon you’ll be having a blast!

Improve your skill and confidence when you ride

From complete beginners to experienced cyclists, our friendly training sessions offer something for everyone – even professional drivers who need to get more cycle-aware.

Learn to ride

If you never learned, or could use a quick refresher,
we've got you covered.

Our courses help you get up to speed, fast. We’ll even provide a bike for you.

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Learn how to fix your bike.

Fixing punctures, brakes and more can stop you riding. Don't let minor mechanical issues slow you down.

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Buying, borrowing & renting cycles

If you don't have access to a bike, TfGM can help you get started.

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Most importantly:
have fun

Just get out there and RIDE

You don't need special equipment or clothes.

Because there's nothing quite as much fun as bazzing about on a bike.

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Ready for more?

Try riding more regularly

Have fun on your bike or trike! Get hints, tips and support to get out there more often.

Gear up for prizes

Join Love to Ride for Winter Wheelers and record your rides, see your progress, team up with your friends and colleagues and win prizes!

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