Research to explore perceptions and experiences of bikeability training amongst parents and children
|Publisher:||Department for Transport|
|Publication type:||Research report|
|Published date:||4 January 2011|
|Mode/topic:||Roads, Sustainable travel|
Launched in 2007, Bikeability is the government's flagship cycle training programme, designed to give people the skills and confidence to ride on today's roads. The following report presents findings from a survey conducted on behalf of Cycling for England and the Department to establish attitudes towards cycling, current cycling behaviour and awareness of, participation in and experience of Bikeability. The Bikeability programme is available to people of all ages.
This research, however, focuses only on the experience of children in school years 5 and 6, garnering feedback from both children and their parents.
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