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Harrow Adult Cycle Skills

Thank you your interest in Harrow Cycle Skills training sessions. Please read the information below and then follow the link below call 0330 024 1783 to register.

How it works

The sessions are led by several instructors who divide trainees into groups depending on your experience level, so you will be learning alongside neighbours with similar cycling ambitions!

Basic cycle skills

Learn to cycle in a safe, off-road environment with a fully qualified instructor. In a session you'll learn the basics, build skills and gain confidence.

Urban cycle skills

Improve your cycling skills and moving on to practice on quiet roads. Your instructor will support you throughout to help you cycle with more confidence.

Advanced cycle skills

Improve your performance when dealing with complex junctions or heavy traffic and receive assurance that you are cycling efficiently and effectively.

Course View dates
Adult Cycle Skills
Women's Cycle Skills

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Venue details

All of our activities start and finish at:

Harrow High School
Gayton Road
Harrow HA1 2JG

Harrow High is accessible from Gayton Road. Enter the school through the rear entrance (at the Kenton Road end of Gayton Road) and come through the car park into the main playground. Lessons take place outdoors, so prepare to bask in British Spring and Summer sun! Check the weather forecast in advance and wear suitable clothing. Lessons continue in (almost) all weathers, so showerproof jackets can be a good idea, as is sun screen. Lessons are cancelled during extreme weather, such as heavy rain or strong winds. All efforts will be made to contact trainees in advance when lessons must be cancelled due to weather. Closed toe shoes are advisable.

If any of the courses are indicated as 'full' then please contact for more information on the next available course.

For further information on the courses- Download our Adult and Family cycle training guide