n January 2017, the Department of Tourism, Transport & Sport launched the newly developed CYCLE RIGHT programme – the National Standard for Cycle Training in Ireland. This programme was developed by the Department in association with Cycling Ireland and the Road Safety Authority (RSA).
In Meath, the Cycle Right programme is co-ordinated by Meath local Sports Partnership, sponsored by M3 operator Eurolink, supported by Meath County Council and delivered by the Cycling Safety & Skills School.
The goal of CYCLE RIGHT is to provide an excellent standard of cycle safety and skills training to all participants.
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CYCLE RIGHT, will be delivered over three stages, with participants gaining skills and knowledge on a phased basis to prepare for cycling in increasingly complex road scenarios. As participants move through the stages of training, they take greater responsibility for their own journey;