The Cork Cycle Right programme provides subsidised cycle training to schools in Cork City and County over an 8 session programme.
The subsidised programme is coordinated by Cork Sports Partnership on behalf of Cork City Council, Cork County Council and the HSE Health Promotion Department. This subsidised programme runs in conjunction with the National Cycle Right Programme coordinated by Cycling Ireland.
Cycle Right, the national standard for cycle safety training is a programme developed by the Department of Tourism, Transport and Sport in association with Cycling Ireland, the RSA and other stakeholders.
Cycle Right, the National Standard for Cycle Training in Ireland is a modular cycling road safety training course with participants gaining skills and knowledge on a phased basis to prepare for cycling in increasingly complex road scenarios.
COST: €10 per participant (normally €20 unsubsidised) – The programme is heavily subsidised by Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, the Road Safety Authority, Cork County Council, Cork City Council and the HSE Health Promotion Department. This will cover the entire 8 week programme.
Please note there is currently a waiting list on this programme