Cycling is fun, free, healthy activity that the whole family can enjoy. The earlier you start cycling with your kids the easier it is for them to learn this vital life skill. Plus you get to share quality time together, having adventures and enjoying the outdoors. Our Family Biking Guide provides free resources and advice on cycling with your kids.
The guide includes practical information for all stages of family biking – from how to carry your kids on your bike to stress-free ways to teach your kids to ride! With plenty of advice on gear and kids bikes, great ideas for kid-friendly places to ride and cycling lessons.
You don’t need to wait until your kids are old enough to ride themselves to start enjoying cycling as a family – it’s really easy to take your baby or toddler along on a ride! All you need is a child bike seat or trailer and a few basic tools and gear to make your ride together safe, comfortable and fun.
Skip the tricycle and training wheels and choose a balance bike – the no-stress way to help your child learn to ride a bicycle. Balance bikes are the perfect first bike for tots (ages 2-4).
Discover a safe, stress-free way to teach your kids to ride! The “Balance First” method helps children develop their natural sense of balance without the use of training wheels – building confidence while having fun! This guide is geared for kids ages 4 and up, and later learning adults too!
Having the right bike makes cycling a pleasure for kids. We will guide you through choosing the correct model, size and kit to ensure a comfortable and confident ride.
Discover kid-friendly places to ride in the city – from bike-friendly local parks where kids can learn to ride, to safe cycle paths and quieter roads. We also have a collection of kid friendly bicycle adventures, events and leisure rides.
Teaching your kids about road safety and safe cycling is one of the most important lessons they can learn. To get you started we’ve put together a guide with links to learning resources, and cycle safety and maintenance training for kids.