UK Youth is a leading national youth work charity supporting over 750,000 young people, helping them to raise their aspirations, realise their potential and have their achievements recognised via non-formal, accredited education programmes and activities.
Our work with young people makes a lasting impact by encouraging young people to take responsibility and become involved citizens. It gives a voice to people who are too rarely heard and builds skills that will remain useful throughout their lives.
Bike Club is one initiative that UK Youth supports. Its aims are to encourage young people to use cycling as a means of transport so they can take part in more activities beyond the school day, and discover the freedom cycling brings. It seeks to make cycling an important part of young peoples lives - as recreation, sport, exercise, a green form of transport - and just for fun!
Bike Club empowers children, young people, parents, teachers and youth workers, volunteers, and others, to promote and implement cycling activities.
View our recent BBC Lifeline Appeal to find out more about what we do and who we help http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ns1OybakF38
Our President Nigel Mansell OBE and Vice President Magnus Backstedt are huge fans of The London-Paris event and are very much looking forward to taking part with a UK Youth Team in 2012.
HotChillee's Development Rider, Nicholas Dlamini is named as 'one to watch' for The London-Paris 2013Thursday 23rd May 2013
HotChillee today announces that 17-year-old South African Development Rider, Nicholas Dlamini will cycle The London-Paris as part of HotChillee's Development Rider Programme.Read More ...
Entries open for the Cape Rouleur 2014Thursday 2nd May 2013
HotChillee are opening entries to the 2014 Cape Rouleur on Tuesday 14th May at 12 noon (BST). The first of HotChillee's multi-stage cycling events in its Global Event Series in 2014 will be held on 2nd to 6th March 2014 and places will be limited to 200. It is an early season event hosted in the spectacular cycling destination of Franschhoek, South Africa.Read More ...