The Fundamentals of Mountain Bike Leadership Award is a new, accessible mountain bike leadership course where leadership principles take centre stage. This British Cycling course has been developed by experts from the outdoor industry to enable you to lead groups of children, young people and adults in easy to moderate off-road environments
As a new leader, beginning your mountain bike leadership journey, this award will enable you to gain the tools and understanding to become a good safe leader. This course develops your skills in preparing for led rides, route planning, simple trailside repairs and managing accidents and emergencies all underpinned by transformational leadership techniques.
Developed in partnership between British Cycling and experts in the outdoor adventure leadership industry, this course is ideal for anyone who wants to lead groups using mixed road and off-road environments from urban fringe and gravel tracks to open countryside, woodland and up to most trail centre blue routes. Schools and colleges, activity centres, groups, clubs or those looking to begin their mountain bike leadership journey whether paid or voluntary – this is your award!
Please be aware there is an additional charge of £30 payable to British Cycling when you sign into their learning platform, this is a registration charge for enrolling in the Leadership scheme.
The Fundamentals of Mountain Bike Leadership Award can be used as a stand alone qualification, or as the optional first rung on the Mountain Bike Leadership Award pathway.
LINK to the British Cycling Leadership department. Once you have booked your training course please select the date and use the link to sigh up with the
14th – 15th March: www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/course/details/7125
11th – 12th April: www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/course/details/7126
9th – 10th May: www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/course/details/7127
13th – 14th June: www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/course/details/7128
12th – 13th Sept: www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/course/details/7131
31st Oct – 1st Nov: www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/course/details/7133