The Nip Nip cycle training facility is launching next week, on May 23rd.
Located close to the City, the training facility will provide chance for workers to test a range of power-assisted electric bikes and take part in a bespoke cycling education course with National qualified instructors.
Door-to-door training aimed at less confident cyclists will be included a part of seven day exhibitions, run monthly, where the e-bike tests will take place. A facility for the public to bring their own bikes for repair and basic maintenance will be included. The course will run from 8:00am to 18:00 daily and attendees can take their own bikes and safety equipment or use those provided by Nip Nip if preferred.
“The course is specifically designed for London’s busy roads, tackling City hotspots such as Barbican roundabout and London’s many Bridges," said Nip Nip's David Farr. "The two hour session helps commuters find and safely navigate the best route for their commute. Courses are set to allow for all capabilities from beginner to advanced and also includes a basic maintenance segment. There is also the option for a ‘door to door’ training session, helping the less confident cyclist find the best and safest route for their commute.
“As more people take to London’s roads by bike to combat the pains and price of commuting, Nip Nip's aim is to raise the standard of cycling and to highlight the importance of safe cycling. Nip Nip is the only provider of a convenient facility for City commuters where they can learn to cycle safely on London's roads.”
The launch exhibition will take place on May 23rd to 27th at City Limits Golf Range and Academy, Worship Street, London, EC2A 2BA from 08:00 to 18:00.