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Bike Club Start-up Guide: Wales

Bike Club Start-up Guide: Wales

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This start-up guide offers infomation for anyone condering setting up a Bike Club for children or young people. This version is intended for use in Wales. A Welsh langauge version is also available.
This start-up guide offers infomation for anyone condering setting up a Bike Club for children or young people. This version is intended for use in Wales. A Welsh langauge version is also available.

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Start-up guide
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Bike Club pathfinder areas
Bike Club operates acrossthe UK, with a particularfocus on the highlightedareas. Details are onBike Club’s website at www.bikeclub.org.uk.
 Aylesbury Leighton Linslade York DarlingtonSouthportChester 
Lancaster andMorecambeBlackpool
 WokingBrighton and HoveDerby Leicester SheffieldColchester SouthendCambridgeCardiffBristolExeter BelfastNewcastleGatesheadLondonEdinburghGlasgow 
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 Bike Club start-up guide
 
Bike Club is an inspirational programme that aimsto build cycling into the daily lives of children, youngpeople and their families. The programme is centredon young people, basing everything it does on theirneeds and interests. Bike Clubs can give young peoplefreedom, independence, a way of travelling from A to B, improved health and well-being, adventure andlots of fun. The programme is designed to be safe andsustainable. It can be a means of engaging youngpeople and opening up new opportunities.Bike Club aims to include and involve a wide range ofpeople, reaching out to families and all members ofthe community. Bike Clubs will help parents to feel moreconfident about letting their children use their cycles forgetting to school, and for community focused servicesand leisure activities. Anyone can get involved. You can start a club fromscratch – you don’t need to be running a bike clubalready, or to be part of any other kind of group. Working in partnership is central to the success of BikeClub. We complement and work with the excellentexisting cycling initiatives, such as Bikeability, Bike It,Cycle Champions, Go-Ride and other projects that aimto increase cycling among young people and theirfamilies.The Bike Club programme is managed by the BikeClub consortium. This consists of CTC Charitable Trust,ContinYou and UK Youth in England, with ContinYouCymru and Youth Cymru as partners in Wales. Theseorganisations know how to reach children and youngpeople, how to find out what they want, and how toprovide activities that are inclusive,attractive and fun.
 What’s in this guide
 What is Bike Club? 3 About the consortium partners 4 Who funds Bike Club? 5 Where are Bike Clubs being set up? 5The aims of Bike Club 6 Why encourage young people to cycle? 7Setting up a Bike Club 8Examples of activities 11Bike Club as part of Community Focused Schools 12Bike Club in youth work settings 13 Winning people over 14Next steps 17Get involved 17Resources 18
 What is Bike Club?
 
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