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 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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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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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

Mar: The Womens Ride (Docklands to St Kilda)

Date: Sun 6th March (10.30-12).  Join Bikes at Work for a free, guided and leisurely 10km bike ride from Docklands to St Kilda as part of the Womens Ride. ...

Feb: CycleWise Skills & Confidence (Moonee Ponds)

Date: Sat 20th Feb (10am-3pm).  City of Moonee Valley have commissioned a workshop for adults who can cycle but are not confident cycling around the city.  Participants will gain...

Feb-May: Skills & Maintenance (Preston/Northcote)

Dates: Feb-May, various.  City of Darebin have again commissioned a number of courses for Autumn 2016 – including skills, maintenance and 2 special courses for women and parents. Visit...

Feb: Basic Bike Maintenance for Women (St Kilda)

Dates: Sat 13 Feb (10am) or Wed 24 Feb (6.30pm).  This popular 2 hr demonstration workshop is being delivered as part of the 2016 Sustainable Living Festival program, and...

Jan: Bike Tour Through Nature (Mordialloc)

Date: Thu 21 Jan (9.30-11.30am).  City of Kingston Council are inviting residents to join us on a leisurely guided bike ride.  The ride will run through some of Kingston’s...

Dec: Bike Safety Checks (Ripponlea)

Date: Sun 6th Dec (1-3pm).  We’re running free basic bike safety checks at the Ripponlea Village Street Party, in the City of Port Phillip to celebrate 100 years of...

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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