SPREADING cyclehack thinking around the globe THROUGH TRAINING.

CycleHack Education is aimed at young people in communities and schools, and our training modules are suitable for corporate business, cycling charities and local initiatives.  We teach the basics of undertaking design-led research to uncover cycling issues, and the skills it takes to develop ideas into a working prototypes and implementing them into the physical environment.  We offer this in a variety of models from workshops to full training programmes lasting over several modules.

cyclehack education for young people

Suitable for

- Schools, colleges and universities

- Community groups and initiatives

- Existing cycling initiatives that engage young people


- 2 hour workshop

- One day workshop

- 8 to 12 week training module


- Group working sessions

- Placement in Maklab

- Online tutorial


CycleHack Education aims to engage more young people in our mission through teaching skills affiliated with the STE(A)M education model including the subjects of global citizenship, creativity and design, sustainability, place making and engineering. We believe that helping young people to develop CycleHacking skills enables them to become more engaged citizens where they live. This includes being a successful learner, a confident individual, a responsible citizen and an effective contributor.


These workshops will be limited to a particular set amount of time and can run at any time during the year. They typically range from two hours to full day sessions, but can be tailored to your needs.

We are in the process of developing a suite of additional modules to scale up our CycleHack Education workshops.  We are currently seeking partners to support the following developments. Contact us if you are interested.

CycleHack educational modules (coming 2016)

This particular model will run over 12 weeks in conjunction with a school and cover a wide-range of skills and challenges each week. This can be run face to face in short one to two hour sessions to fit within the curriculum.  In time, we will be able to offer train the trainer models and classroom toolkits for teachers to undertake CycleHack Education with their students.

Online Cyclehack Education (coming 2016)

Using the lessons learned from the workshops and the modules, the team will develop lessons and activities which will be available online for people to use all over the world.  CycleHack Education will be an online platform allowing students to login and share their progress with other CycleHack students across the globe in our partner places.


- To make the world more sustainable through reducing the barriers cycling. We believe that approaching these barriers in innovative and proactive ways allows us to make more of an impact, regardless of how small the innovation.

- To promote STEM subjects and skills for young people through the lens of cycling.

- To provide opportunities for young people to develop and practice skills such as place making, design thinking, prototyping, 3D printing, presenting, web literacy, and working within a team.

- To inspire more young people to engage with cycling by breaking down barriers they may face.


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cyclehack training for companies

Suitable for

- Companies who want to engage staff in cycling

- Cycling organisations who want to develop products and services

- Charities who are looking for innovative approaches


- One day workshop

- Four half day modules


- Group working sessions

CycleHack training for companies

We can provide training at an executive level and part of a CPD programme for cycling agencies, local authorities and companies who are looking at cycling barriers and innovation.

We can tailor our workshop modules to an action packed one day session to a week executive programme on driving innovative practice in your organisation.

We focus on teaching the basics of design thinking of user centered research, desktop and urban prototyping and co-designing with citizens.  To ensure time is spent well, we can tailor a package to engage your staff in a live challenge.

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