Luciana Berger, MP for Liverpool Wavertree, visited a Bikeability course in her constituency along with Chair of Merseytravel Cllr Liam Robinson and Lead Member for Corporate Social Responsibility Cllr Mal Sharp, to find out about how children are learning their road cycling skills.
Above, BikeRight! senior instructor Sean Stevens pictured with Luciana Berger MP, Cllr Liam Robinson, Cllr Mal Sharp and pupils from St Anne's Primary.
Pupils from St Anne’s Primary School in Edge Hill were undertaking Bikeability, funded by Merseytravel’s Travelwise campaign, delivered by BikeRight!.
The scheme offers the country’s largest Bikeability programme providing Level 1 and 2 training for 10,500 Year 5 and 6 pupils per year and 1000 year 7, 8 and 9 pupils at Level 3. A Bikeability Plus scheme to ensure students with special education needs take part and reach the required standards to pass the training course is also provided by BikeRight!