Our Quick Courses take just 2-4 minutes to complete. They provide an easy and quick way for you to learn the essential skills and knowledge on a whole range of topics. If you want to fast track your bike smarts, this is the place to start!
Riding On Ice
This course is all about ice, ice, baby! From full-on frosts to slightly slippery streets, we'll cover how to keep cool, calm and collected, no matter what the weather throws at us.
Cold Weather Riding
Ride through the cold with confidence!
Cycling Superpower I: See the Future
Use your observations to make predictions and plan ahead
Cycling Superpower II: Scanning
Looking behind you means you can control traffic around you
Cycling Superpower III: The Forcefield (Road Position)
Learn how to use road positioning to your advantage
Habit Stacking Quick Course
Use this technique to begin new bike habits that last!
Basic Bike Handling I: Start, Stop and Turn
Master the basics to begin and end your journey.
Basic Bike Handling II: Riding One-handed
Learn how to control your bike with one hand
Basic Bike Handling III: Shifting
Understand gears and how to use them effectively
Riding on the road: what you need to know
Learn how to safely and confidently cycle on the road
Riding in the rain: what you need to know
Learn the skills and kit you need to ride in the rain
Riding to work: What you need to know
This course pedals through some easy steps to help you start commuting like a pro.
The benefits of bicycling
What's so great about riding? Find out here!
How to lock your bike securely
The low-down on locking up
ABC Quick Check
This course shows you how to make sure your bike is roadworthy and ready to ride
Tips for Cold Weather Riding
Learn how to enjoy biking, even when it’s cold outside!
Helmet Fit: The Two V One Rule
Make sure your helmet is fitted correctly
How to take a newbie for a ride
Be the Best Bike Buddy you can be
What’s that Bike?
It's a simple guess the bike quiz, with three answers to pick from...
Know your infrastructure?
You think you know your bike friendly infrastructure? Time to put that knowledge to the test!