This brochure shows the 6 modules of Cycling Into The Future.  It also outlines our Covenant of Inclusion, funding model and range of partnerships.


This is the F1 form that needs to be sent home to parents/guardians with the public board, as part of the approval process for the on-road training module.


This is the F2  consent form for parents/guardians with the public board to sign, giving children permission to participate in the on-road training module.


This is the off-campus form that teachers with the public board need to submit to principals regarding the destination, supervision details and the objectives of the on-road training module.


This is the informed consent form for parents/guardians of students in the Catholic school board to sign, giving children permission to participate in the on-road training module. 


This is the consent and information form for parents/guardians who want their children to participate in the Learn To Ride program (Children who do not know how to ride at all).


This form is for parents and guardians to fill out to request a refurbished bike from Cycling Into The Future.


This form is for schools to record special needs of students in the program (bikes, helmets, and Learn To Ride training). This needs to be submitted to the program                                                                                   coordinator.


This form explains the RBC Learn To Play project.


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APPENDIX I


This is the in-class test written by students participating in the program to test their knowledge on material taught within the program.


This is the student self-evaluation, where participating students speak of their progress, challenges and overall competency with the program activities.


This is for students, parents, teachers, administrators or others to evaluate the program and provide and additional thoughts or recommendations.


This form provides a summary of the six modules within the course, along with additional contact information.


This is information about how students could participate in Trek 4 Kids, a House of Friendship bikeathon that helps send kids to summer camp.