Will you help more children learn to ride a bike?

Start a life-long cycle of good in a child’s life today.


A third of primary school children have never been taught how to ride a bike, according to a survey conducted by Keep Britain Tidy.

You can help kids get access to the skills, equipment and training that they need to learn to ride a bike. Because we all deserve access to this life-long skill and the opportunity to start a healthy habit.

Will you give now to help start a cycle of good for more children?

Learning to ride a bike is a vital skill that can empower children with confidence, perseverance and independence, not to mention the life-long health benefits too.

Here’s how your support could make a difference:

  • £10 could help fit new brake pads on a bike to make sure children are able to cycle safely.
  • £20 could pay for a new balance bike to help a child learn to cycle – because from wobbly starts do skilled cyclists grow…
  • £45 could fund a training session for teachers to use bikes with their students leading to lessons that everyone looks forward to!

Your support could help to start the cycle for many more children across the UK, giving them the skills, equipment and confidence to cycle safely.

All donations generously given to Sustrans in response to this advert will be treated as unrestricted funds and will therefore be directed wherever the need is greatest within our charitable objectives.

Start a life-changing cycle of good in a child’s life today.