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Improve the health, wellbeing and safety of your workforce. We offer cycle safety education, defensive cycling seminars and basic bike maintenance workshops.

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Individual

Individual lessons for absolute beginners for both adults and children. Learn to ride or improve your skills – it’s never too late to learn, contact us today!

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Community

Low-cost group cycling skills and confidence training sessions all over Melbourne: from Glen Iris to Preston, Camberwell to Moonee Ponds, and throughout the year.

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Schools

Group training can be run for children during the school day, after school or school holiday. We also run parent cycle training sessions – click on ‘Community’.

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Upcoming training

Oct-Dec: Bicycle skills courses (Camberwell)

Dates: Ranging from 26th Oct to 4th Dec 2016.  Brought to you by the City of Boroondara, Bikes@Work will run the following FREE courses for adult residents: Back on...

Oct: Seniors can cycle (Port Melbourne)

Date: Fri 14th Oct (10-3pm).  Suitable for novice and ‘lapsed’ riders to get the confidence and skills required for riding; scheduled as part of the City Of Port Phillip...

Oct: Basic bike repair (Carnegie)

Date: Sun 16 Oct (10-12pm).  Glen Eira Council have commissioned this course to enable interested residents to learn the basics of bike maintenance and repair.  Participants will learn how...

Sept-Nov: Bike skills & maintenance (Darebin)

Choose from a variety of 8 different courses in Northcote, Preston and Reservoir this Spring/Summer 2016.  Courses include: “Back on the Bike”, “Urban Cycling”, “Women on Wheels” and “Basic...

Sept: Basic Bike Maintenance (Glen Iris)

Date:  Wed 28 Sept (6.30-8.30pm).  This workshop, for Stonnington residents, covers all the basics of how to maintain a bicycle.  Learn how to remove and replace wheels, complete a...

Sept: Cycle Skills training (Glen Iris)

Date: Sat 24 Sept (9.30-2.30pm).  This 5 hour practical training session is brought to you by the City of Stonnington.  In a small group (max. 7 people), you’ll develop...

Why promote cycling in the workplace?

More people riding bikes to (or for) work means:

  • A healthier, more productive workforce with lower levels of absenteeism
  • Less space required for parking
  • Less frustration and time wasted in traffic jams
  • A smaller carbon footprint and a great start towards a carbon neutral workplace!
  • Meet The Team

    Georgie Fyfe-Jamieson Owner & Instructor Georgie is the owner of Bikes at Work. Prior to this she worked as an instructor for 2 years for Bikes at Work and previously in the UK as a Bikeability instructor (since 2007). In Melbourne Georgie has worked for Bicycle Network Victoria on the Ride2School program (and trained as ...

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