The Association of Bikeability Schemes
The Association of Bikeability Schemes
(TABS) is a body set up
to represent the cycle training industry. find out more


What TABS members said about our national training conference 2015: "Very relevant to discuss common goals, problems and look at solutions through the workshops". "Very useful, great opportunity for networking too and checking in with other schemes for top tips." "It felt as if the whole Bikeability movement had come of age!"

Chris Boardman has said, "I welcome the role of TABS in putting pressure on the government to put Bikeability in the national curriculum, as well as the importance of continued funding for Bikeability beyond the term of this current government.”

Norman Baker, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Department for Transport (2013), has said “The Department supports the work of TABS and is looking forward to working with them to ensure the continued delivery of high quality cycle training.

When TABS was established in 2011 a spokesperson said, "The Department for Transport is looking forward to working with TABS to ensure the delivery of high quality cycle training."


2018 National Training Conference - 16th & 17th May

The 2018 Bikeability conference will be held in Islington, London on 16th and 17th May. On Wednesday 16th May there will be a guided bike ride of London sights, followed by an evening reception in a popular London cycling cafe/restaurant. On Thursday 17th May there will be a full day of training workshops (both theoretical and practical), plus an opening address by Will Norman, Walking and Cycling Commissioner for London, and the first annual Bikeabiilty Awards Ceremony! find out more


Join TABS today and help secure the future of Bikeability. TABS organises training workshops, the annual Bikeability conference, best-practice guidance notes, a monthly newsletter, members discussion forum plus the provision of bespoke, specialist advice.Membership fees start at just £50/year. find out more

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