I couldn't find an existing thread for introductions so I thought I'd dive right in and create one...
I live in Essex and work as a Bikeability instructor and instructor-trainer, and no, I don't have an orange tan or drive a capri ;-)
Thanks James. Great idea.
I work for Cycle Training UK and am on TABS board. I live in hackney, (a great borough for cycling) and ride a Surly Fixed gear bike. I was a teacher and have been an instructor since 2002
I work for Life Cycle UK and live in Bristol. I have been an Instructor since 2010 and have worked as a Trainer in different organisations for several years.
Hi Jacqui, well done for getting Bristol's Mayor cycling!
Hey, have been teaching since 2005 and got accredited 2007 for Bikeability, did 6 years with Sustrans schools and young people work and now operate freelance, still rate Bikeability as THE most ethical work in the universe, still teaching alongside other work. Jason- Bournemouth and Dorset
Hi. Been working as national Standards/bikeability instructor about a year. Doing it part time until I retire when I will keep doing it! I'm from Bradford W Yorks
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What is your name @user6539 ?
Hi my name is Billy. I can't seem to get the profile editing to work on the iPhone. Have not had chance to get to a desktop to try it yet
Hi all, my name is Derek. I trained as a PNSI with CTUK last April but only just started working after a rather long holiday of 9 months :-). Just signed up with Cycleconfident and working mainly North London. Also hoping to work at locations in Hertfordshire and Essex that are within easy reach of the Lee or Stort Valleys.
I'm Jackie, Been instructing cycle training since 2001, Bikeability since 2007 down in Cornwall. Work as an NSIT for British Cycling and part of the EA team.
Hi all, I m Pauline, working in Leighton Buzzard with Cycle4Life delivering Bikeability around schools in a wide radius, and working as an NSIT for British Cycling and for CTC. Done training work all my adult life and really enjoying bringing together communication, rights and responsibilities plus a practical fast, fun, free way of travelling all in one course - Citizenship in a nutshell. Been doing NS training since 2004, trained with CTUK - very inspiring!
I have been with CTUK for a couple of years and recently became an NSIT.
This is the most rewarding job I have ever done.
Hi, I'm Robin. I will be heading up our Bikeability training activities at Sustrans now that we have recently become accredited. From now on whatever we do will be National Standards (if it wasn't before). Great to meet some of you at TABS conference yesterday to.
Hi, I'm Heidi. I hope to complete a NSI Bikeability training course during the summer (2014) and find work as a Cycling Instructor within the West Midlands area.
It's a shame this site doesn't work on iPhone etc.
Hi I'm Emma. I manage the Bikeability Team at Bristol City Council, we deliver all levels to children and adults and inclusive cycling to people with disabilities. I've worked in cycle training for 10 years. Bristol is a great city for cycling despite all the hills and rain!
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