Best practice in adult-cycling proficiency training
A Bicycle Federation of Australia Project,
Initiated by the Australian Bicycle Council, Funded by the Australian Greenhouse Office, 2006
- Download the report - Best practice in adult-cycling proficiency training
- Appendix 1 of Attachment F
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This project was developed at the first Australian Bicycle Council (ABC) public workshop in March 2004 in Sydney. The Australian Greenhouse Office (AGO) of the Department of the Environment and Heritage agreed in June 2004 to make funding available for part of Stage 1 of this project. The Bicycle Federation of Australia (BFA) was contracted to undertake this project.
The intent of the current project was to determine best practice in adult cycling proficiency training (CPT) programs and make recommendations for the development of a community-based CPT program for adults (and an associated train-the-trainer program) to enable and encourage adults to ride bicycles for transport, recreation and tourism.