Nearly half of the UK’s 6-year-olds are unable to ride a bike, which means that they miss out on the countless benefits of being able to cycle. Children learn to crawl before they walk and walk before, they run. So why expect a child to progress from riding a tricycle and/or bicycle with stabilisers, to riding a bicycle without having the opportunity to master the key aspects of static and dynamic balance. Much like booking swimming lessons, children attend structured lessons that incorporate fun activities to help children develop gross motor skills, spatial awareness, and bilateral co-ordination. Children can transition riding a pedal bike in a safe, rewarding environment, enhancing their physical literacy.