Current guidelines from The Department of Health state that adults should have 30 minutes of moderate activity such as walking or cycling on at least 5 days of the week.

Our Cycle for Health programme now has two qualified cycle instructors on board who are qualified to deliver cycle training to a recognised national standard.


Our programme has delivered cycle training and events to and for:



Local Residents

Youth & Play Organisations


Sheltered Housing Units


Liverpool City Council

Church Groups

Alder Hey Hospital

Liverpool 2 Chester Bike Ride

Blue September

LFC Foundation

Get it off – Keep it off

Our Kick start to Health programme uses cycling as a positive way to get residents active – studies have shown that the combination of a reduced calories diet and increased physical activity is much more effective in achieving weight loss than diet alone.

Our Kick start to Health programme has shown that men who exercise as part of their weight loss programme are much less likely to regain weight loss.

Health Outcomes

  • Reduces the risks of many diseases, heart disease, osteoporosis, certain cancers, diabetes and strokes
  • Reduces stress, anxiety and tension
  • Helps to regain fitness levels after illness
  • Reduces the risk of road death & road accidents by road safety training
  • Helps to control body weight
  • Increases Stamina and fitness levels
  • Helps people sleep better

More information

To find out more please contact Alan on 0151 288 8400