- Lead by Bikeworks’ trained Bikeability instructors, E-scooter training will be rolled out from March onwards in all Borough’s participating in London’s e-scooter trial
- All sessions will have up to 10 spaces and will be available to book on Bikeworks’ dedicated Lime training page here
Thursday 2nd March: London
Lime – the world’s largest shared e-scooter and e-bike operator – has partnered with
Bikeworks to design and deliver free e-scooter and e-bike training sessions for Londoners.
Whether you’re new to riding or looking to brush up your skills, the Lime training sessions are free to attend and will last for up to two hours. Each session has up to 10 spaces and will be delivered by Bikeworks’ trained Bikeability instructors. Lime e-scooters and e-bikes will be provided free of charge for the training sessions, and each participant will receive a free Lime helmet to wear and keep. Participants will also receive promotional codes for a number of Lime free ride to help them continue to #RideGreen.
The session will help participants:
- Build confidence to safely ride a Lime e-bike
- Understand Lime’s different geofencing zones, including where to park Lime e-bikes
- Brush up on cycling skills more broadly
Georgia Corr, Public Policy Manager for Lime UKI, said: “With the increased use of sustainable travel options across London and the UK, we’re delighted to partner with Bikeworks to help educate Londoners on how to ride both shared e-bikes and e-scooters confidently and safely on the capital’s roads. The sessions have been designed to give riders the tools they need to travel safely and we’re looking forward to helping more people experience the benefits of greener, affordable transport options.”
Jim Blakemore, CEO and Co-Founder of Bikeworks said: “Bikeworks are thrilled to be working in partnership with Lime in 2023. Over the past two years we have written, delivered and refined a training syllabus for both e-scooter and e-cycles. These courses are designed to provide practical experience both on and off road to upskill those looking to integrate new ways to move around the capital.”
If you are interested in booking an e-bike training session in London, you can find a list of upcoming training locations, dates and times here.
Spaces for training are in high demand, so if you cannot attend your session please notify so the opportunity can be offered to another person.
To ride an e-scooter participants must be 18 or over and hold a provisional or full driving
licence to take part. You are required to bring the driving licence with you to the training
session if you are to participate.