Bikeability - Learn to Cycle

Ever wondered what it would be like to ride a bike safely and confidently on Malta’s roads? You may have thought to yourself that you should start riding a bike but don't know where to start from. Maybe it's been years since you last touched a bike, or it could be you've never ridden one at all!

Our Bikeability course is just for you! Join one of our courses, starting in Summer 2018 and experience for yourself the boost in skill and confidence that you need to start cycling safely and effectively. You will be guided by one of our certified instructors throughout the whole course. Each course involves around 10 hours of training (depending on ability) and will start from the very basics all the way to more advanced techniques. such as riding on major roads. You will be expected to attend a minimum of 3 sessions as per the course you select.

Safety is top priority, and this will be respected always during the course. Please follow these steps to enrol in one of our courses:



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How do I sign up?

Please follow the above steps. We will be in contact with you after succesful completion.  

 How long is the course?

The course requires a minimum of 7 contact hours, though this will vary depending on the learner’s ability. A minimum of 3 sessions, covering the different levels of the course (Level 1, 2 & 3) will be held. You will select the course dates upon registration.

How much does it cost?

The course itself is free though you are required to have €10 credit on your nextbike account in order to be accepted. This will be handled manually by our team.  

What do I need for the training session?

All the bikes and safety equipment will be provided by nextbike Malta, free of charge. Therefore all you need on the day is to be present, bring water and a light snack and any medication that you may need. Please inform us of any relevant medical conditions.

How old do I need to be?

The course is open to anyone who is over the age of 16.

What lanugage will the courses be taught in?

The courses will be pre-dominantely delivered in English, however Maltese may be used to clarify certain aspects of the course content.