Awards and partners

Over the years our success has led to many awards and certifications. Some of these are specific to cycling and our industry, others are in recognition of our business achievements, our processes and most importantly of all our people.

We have also forged strong partnership links with customers, strategic alliances with other companies and have on-going relationships with accreditation bodies.

  • Accredited Instructor Training Organisation (ITO)
  • All-Party Parliamentary Cycling Group – Associate member
  • Bikeability Registered Training Provider
  • BikeBiz Awards 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Finalist
  • BikeBiz Top 50 Women of the Year 2015 (MD, Liz Clarke)
  • Cytech Level 1 and 2
  • Downtown in Business Awards – finalist 2015
  • E3 Awards Winner Outstanding Women in Business 2014 (MD, Liz Clarke)
  • Environmental Business Pledge - Bronze, Silver and Gold
  • Investors In People* Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce members
  • IOD Manchester Director of the Year - 2009 finalist
  • Liverpool and Sefton Chamber of Commerce member
  • Living Wage accredited organisation
  • MBLA - mountain bike leader scheme
  • Northwest Business of the Year 2009 (Women in Business Winner, Liz Clarke)
  • Northwest Business Growth Award 2009 Winner
  • Positive about Disabled People accreditation
  • Shimano Service Centre status
  • Smarter Travel Awards finalist 2016Sustainable Communities Awards 2009 - Finalist
  • TABS - The Association of Bikeability Schemes – board member
  • The Equality Register Member
  • UK Active Member
  • UK Active Awards Finalist 2015 Business in the Community Awards – finalist 2011

Business and strategic partners

Raleigh Bikes and Cyclelife.com

Our shop partners who offer discounts to all those who attend our maintenance courses and join our commuter cycling projects

Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses

BikeRight! is extremely proud to have successfully completed the 10,000 Small Businesses programme in the North West.

10,000 Small Businesses is designed to unlock the economic and job creation potential of small businesses and social enterprises operating in the United Kingdom. The programme is targeted at small businesses and social enterprises with clear ambitions to expand. The goal of the programme is to provide participants with tools and resources to help them lay the foundation for long-term sustainable growth and job creation in their communities.

10,000 Small Businesses is funded by the Goldman Sachs Foundation and delivered in the North West by Manchester Metropolitan Business School

http://www.10ksbnw.co.uk