Kent County Council offers cycle training courses for adults to enhance their cycling skills and boost their confidence. These courses are designed to encourage people to cycle more frequently for both leisure and work purposes. Whether you’re a beginner learning to ride or an experienced cyclist looking to improve your skills, Kent County Council provides a wide range of training options. From basic Learning to Ride sessions to more advanced levels, participants gain the necessary skills to cycle safely in various environments, including busier areas like town centres.

Hear from individuals who have taken part in Kent County Council’s adult cycle training and discover their experiences during the course.

The range of courses are for participants aged 17+ and suit most requirements. Only courses with places available are visible on the Cycle Training website.

Join Liu Batchellor to discover more about riding an e-bike and the benefit it can have on our health, wellbeing and lifestyle.

We have a page dedicated to explaining the types of e-bikes and the benefits it has. To find out more information, click the link below.

Electric Bikes

Discover more about KCC’s brand new e-cycle training and read about the experiences of the cycle training participants.

The e-bike courses are currently available at Gravesend, Canterbury, Maidstone and Deal.

If you’re looking for the skills to get out on two wheels, Kent County Council are offering a 50% discount on their cycling courses. Watch the end of the YouTube videos above to find out more.


To find out more information on the training and to find out how you can apply, click the link below. An account is required to view and manage bookings.

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