Through fun games, play and expert teaching, we can help every child to ride a bicycle.   


Gone are the days of dreaded stabilisers and the sweat and tears often associated with learning to ride.   

We help children to develop the physical literacy needed to ride a bike.  Starting off on specialist balance bikes, children learn how to balance and control the bike before  

progressing to pedals.

Our instructors deliver both 1:1 and group sessions  indoors and outdoors across a wide variety of settings to include - parks, leisure centres, community halls, schools and early years settings.  

See below for details of upcoming group sessions.  If you can't find what you are looking for please get in contact with us.  


If your child attends a nursery, school or other early years setting, why not speak to them and see they would be interested in hosting some sessions or accessing our instructor training courses so their staff can deliver sessions themselves.  

Our Push Pedal Scoot sessions and programme help children develop a wide range of skills and deliver multiple benefits to include:-

  • Developing balance

  • Improving gross and fine motor skills

  • Building physical literacy

  • Introduction to bike mechanics and engineering

  • Taking notice of physical environment & weather

  • Learning about different materials, forces and friction.  

  • Assessing risk

  • Increasing spacial awareness

  • Supporting each other

  • Improving general health, fitness and mental wellbeing

  • Bumping into number, literacy, language, shape, science and geography and deepening understanding through experiencial learning

  • Being active

  • Getting outdoors

  • Learning a valuable life skill

  • Supporting active travel 

  • Developing personal responsibility and independence 




"I had just about given up trying to teach Jo how to ride a bike, it always seemed to end in tears.  I couldn't believe how quickly he then grasped it when supported through these sessions.  And he had so much fun at the same time.  He loves cycling now.    The sessions felt very inclusive. "