What is an AustCycle Provider?
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An AustCycle Provider is a business or cycling school which is licensed and insured to deliver AustCycle training courses in their local area that their Teachers are accredited to deliver. These include courses for beginners, more experienced bike riders, and some specialised training and coaching.
Providers are usually small businesses but can also include local councils, community groups and cycling clubs. In many cases Providers are also Teachers.
AustCycle Providers identify the demand for cycling training in their local community and engage AustCycle Teachers to deliver the training. Providers run their own training business with the support of a national organisation. Click here for a list of AustCycle Training Providers.
DOMESTIQUE CYCLING PROJECTS
Donna Meehan is an accredited AustCycle Teacher, Level 1 Cycling Australia Coach and Director of Sydney-based Domestique Cycling Projects. Donna and her staff offer cycle training for complete novices about to take their first peddle stroke through to coaching athletes taining to compete in road and track disciplines.
Having spent many years as a commuting cyclist Donna saw the need to improve the level of bke skill training that was on offer for the general public. Domestique runs many community workshops along with in school programs to educate the future generation about the benefits of cycling.
“Being part of AustCyle has given me an extra edge when approaching companies and councils as we have a recognised standard of training. The brand is growing all the time. it is an exciting time for cycling at the moment and hopefully the momentum will translate into more tolerance towards people on bikes in the community”.