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The questions in this e-learning tool are all based on core functions and systematic routines which underpin safe and responsible cycling.
The four core functions are: - Making good and frequent observations - Choosing and maintaining the most suitable riding positions - Communicating intentions clearly to others - Understanding priorities on the road, particularly at junctions
Systematic routines involve making decisions about: - Planning well in advance, anticipating and responding - The most suitable riding positions for different parts of journey - Looking behind before communicating intentions and changing riding position - Knowing when to give way to others or take priority assertively
Other useful links
Cycling Scotland manages the Bikeability Scotland and GoMountain Bike training programmes and the Cycling Friendly School award. Find out more at cycling.scot
Sustrans manage the National Cycling Network and support schools through the Ibike programme, travel planning activity and cycle parking grants. Find out more at sustrans.org/scotland
Cycling UK supports community cycling projects across Scotland, including local ‘Bothies’. Find out more at cyclinguk.org