Instructors at the Glasgow Green Cycle Centre have extensive experience of teaching people how to ride a bike. We welcome and teach anybody from young to old,
including people with disabilities.
We teach people of all ages and abilities how to ride two wheel bikes.
If we are unable to secure you a space, or you would like to get cycling sooner, we recommend getting in touch with the following organisations who also offer learn to ride lessons -
Laura parent of learn to ride participant
"Would highly recommend free wheel north. My 7 and 5 year old kids are now riding their bikes after one half hour session. My 7 year old could cycle a bit but had no confidence and no interest in riding what so ever. Thanks to free wheel north he now loves it. His attitude has completely turned around. He is wanting to cycle to school come August and is desperate for us all as a family to get out on our bikes!"
Collette parent of learn to ride participant
"We brought our 9 year old Autistic son here and the amazing Eileen had him cycling after 10 minutes of his 2nd lesson. Everyone does a fantastic job here and I am so glad we came. Thank you so much Liam is over the moon he’s now a cyclist."
Kate adult learn to ride participant
"This time last year (2020) I had never sat on a bike other than a static bike in the gym, I had always wanted to learn to cycle but thought it was too late. My friend suggested taking adult cycle lessons at Free Wheel North, which I am delighted to say I did!
Carol suggested I joined Glasgow Gals, which I also did. To date my cycling has improved and my confidence on my bike improves week by week. I always wanted to cycle to Balloch.... and managed there and back today from Dalmuir! 26 miles woohoo!! All thanks to Free Wheel North, much appreciated!"