Have you heard about the new RideWise community cycle centres? Over the next couple of months they’ll be launching four new community cycle centres, that will be based around Nottingham. RideWise love cycling and we think they can help you and your family love it too. Their nationally accredited cycle instructors will help you to […]
Have you heard the news? There’s a new children’s cycle track opened at the Victoria Embankment and it’s complete with junctions, road signals, roundabouts and zebra crossings. It’s designed to help young people to get to grips with cycle safety in a fun environment. We think it looks amazing. Check out more information here.
Nottingham Gets2Work is a free service to help unemployed young people aged 16-29 to travel more easily and save money. They provide discounted travel tickets, personalised travel planning and coaching, and support to help young people be confident cyclists. The aim of the service is to reduce travel-related barriers to employment. There’s a bumper programme […]
Nottingham City Council has awarded over £100,000 to the Sustainable Travel Collective (STC) – the charity that manages the Big Wheel, RideWise and TravelRight projects – as part of the Department of Transport’s Access Fund. The aim is to give local residents close to the main city cycling corridors the encouragement, knowledge, training and opportunity […]
Ridewise is celebrating training it’s 4,500th HGV driver as part of its innovative Safe Urban Driving course. The one-day course helps to raise awareness of vulnerable road users – and in particular, awareness of cyclists. In 2014 there were over 21,000 cyclists killed or injured on our roads – and human error is the main contributory […]