By joining HSBC Breeze Jersey or HSBC Guided Rides, you'll discover new places to ride and gain confidence on your bike.
Whilst social distancing is being recommended to help contain the spread of COVID-19, cycling makes a lot of sense during the Coronavirus era. There are lots of reasons why. Find out more below:
Jersey Sport is monitoring the Coronavirus situation closely and we advise all sports clubs, associations and groups to follow the advice from the Government of Jersey regarding the Coronavirus outbreak. The best source of local information is the GoJ website:
Find out more about cycle safety on the island’s roads from the States of Jersey Police:
HSBC Breeze Jersey offers fun, free bike rides for women of all abilities. It doesn’t matter if you’re keeping fit, young at heart, wise beyond your years, or baffled by gears – every woman is welcome on a ride.
You’ll discover new places to ride, gain confidence on your bike, make new friends and do things you never knew you could.
To find out more, please visit @HSBCBreezeJersey on Facebook.
Following the massive success of HSBC Breeze Jersey cycling programme for women, we are introducing HSBC Guided Rides – aimed at adults looking to build up their confidence, fitness and ability on a bike. These rides are social, fun and for any bike type, and any fitness level.
To find out more about the rides, please visit @HSBCGuidedRidesJerseyCI on Facebook.
Move More Learn to Ride is for beginners who can’t yet pedal a bike, or are extremely unconfident riding a bike. It doesn’t matter if you haven’t cycled before, we’re here to help and support you at the start of your cycling journey.
Our FREE Learn to Ride programme is designed to progress your cycling ability gradually, our classes are also a great way for you to meet new people, and a great way to improve your fitness.
We have four 6-week programmes scheduled throughout 2022. Two of which are based at the Freedom Tree in St Helier and two are based at Les Quennevais. The sessions will start with the basics of cycling and prepare you to get on and off your bike, progressing towards how to balance your bike and pedal alone in time. The first four weeks of the programme will focus on balance skills, bike handling and control. The final two weeks of the programme will feature a short, guided ride in a traffic-free environment.
To find out more about Move More Learn To Ride, please click the link below:
We will be holding Move More Cycling Pop-Up events throughout 2022. The FREE cycling festival will provide fun activities for all the family. The event will be held on a quarterly basis with the first two events of the year being held at Le Quennevais cycle track. The dates are as follows:
Our Move More Cycling Pop Ups will provide a safe and traffic-free environment for everyone to enjoy the benefits that cycling has to offer, with activities suitable for all ages. The festival will feature a range of different activities from bike safety checks, bike marking, a pedal bike obstacle course, a balance bike track, learn to ride area, the option to leisurely ride around the track, as well as an opportunity to test ride our range of adapted cycles at our Cycle Without Limits centre and more!
On the day don’t forget to bring your helmet and bike or balance bike. Please also bring a water bottle and wear suitable weather appropriate clothing i.e. waterproofs for wet weather, gloves and layers for cold weather, lighter layers and sun protection for warmer weather.
We look forward to showing you what cycling has to offer!
Our new inclusive cycling centre at Les Quennevais is home to a range of adapted bikes that allow adults and children with disabilities or mobility issues to enjoy riding in a safe, outdoor space. Our vision is to create an environment where everyone can cycle on a regular basis, regardless of ability and can begin to weave more exercise into their lifestyle, to improve mental and physical wellbeing. Find out more below: