Dearne residents are being given the chance to try cycling for up to three months for free as part of a new riding initiative.
Participants can borrow a pedal or electric bike together with accessories including helmets, bike locks and lights.
Staff from Inmotion and Pedal Ready, which run cycling to work schemes, are also offering free maintenance sessions, route advice, cycling and advanced commuter safety skills training.
Organiser Jeff Carroll said: “We provide professional and friendly cycle training sessions and can tailor the programme to the needs of the cyclist. From teaching adults how to ride a bike, to guided sessions on how to improve their cycling confidence riding on quiet ‘traffic free’ routes or cycle paths, busier mixed use roads and eventually riding around the town centre.”
One hour sessions are held every Friday, between the hours of 2pm and 5pm at the Keepmoat Stadium.
To book a session contact Inmotion by email at firstname.lastname@example.org