Get on your bike in 2014!January 6th, 2014
If your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight, save money or be kinder to the environment, what better way to start than by having a cycle session with Life Cycle UK? Life Cycle can offer any adult who lives, works or studies in Bristol FREE cycle training to help you get on the road, and burn off the Christmas excess.
Poppy Brett, Chief Executive says, “New year’s resolutions often involve getting fit or losing weight and so people commit to exercise classes or regular gym visits; but these seldom last because people struggle to find time in their busy lives to continue with classes once the initial enthusiasm has worn off. Research shows that building exercise into your everyday routine is a much more effective way of getting fit, and that’s why we’d encourage people to sign up for a session with a Life Cycle Instructor.”
Life Cycle is the premier provider of cycle training in Bristol, and last year delivered over 650 sessions to adults wanting to take to the roads by bike. Adults are all trained on a one-to-one basis, so each session is tailored to the trainees requirements. This means people can focus on specific roads or junctions and discuss the best way to cycle along them with their instructor.
Life Cycle offers sessions for all level of cyclists from complete beginner through to instructor level. All lessons are delivered by a National Standard Cycle Instructor, and are funded by Bristol City Council.
To find out more or to book a session people should visit: http://www.lifecycleuk.org.uk/or call Life Cycle office on 0117 353 4580Tags: Ashley Down, bike, Bishopston, Bristol, Bristol Magazine, community, cycle, free, free magazine, Green Party, Gus Hoyt, Horfield, Jacqui Wilcox, life cycle, local, National Standard Cycle Instructor, new year's resolution, Poppy Brett, Redland, St Andrews, voice Back to news