Presentation: Bikeability for All: the path to competent confidence cycling skills

With the Prime Minister’s Vision for Gear Change to offer ‘every child’ and ‘every adult’ cycling training, the Bikeability Trust will share their vision of how this can be achieved. Drawing on the evidence of the Bikeability programme, and sharing early insights from new research into Special Education Needs and Disabilities pilot work.

With the rise in micromobility engaging a new cohort of cyclists this session will look at the role of training in developing competent and confident cyclists to help choose active travel.

Emily Cherry, Executive Director, The Bikeability Trust

Emily Cherry has over 20 year’s experience working in children’s charities and was appointed Executive Director of The Bikeability Trust in June 2020.

Prior to this she spent two years running a consultancy taking on challenging projects to build efficiency, change and increase effectiveness.

Emily has provided commentary on many issues and policy initiatives and has been a significant contributor to news shows, appearing regularly on major TV channels.

Emily lives in a small village near Cambridge, is married to a primary school teacher and has two children. The whole family are keen cyclists and ride regularly together.