Cycling UK Trainer: Graham Clark

Cycling UK Graham Clark out and about
Cycling UK Graham Clark out and about
Outdoor activity and health & safety work, plus Bikeability delivery, keep Graham busy. When he gets time, of course, heading off to bike bivvy in the wilds or to ride an enduro are high on his list.

Key attributes

  • Works for Velo Management and in cyclist training;
  • 20 years' experience in outdoor education;
  • National Technical Advisor for the Scout Association;
  • An active Cycling UK Trainer since 2003;
  • Based in Staffordshire.

Graham has been working within outdoor education for around 20 years, organising and running mountain biking, climbing and hill walking activities. He currently works for Velo Management in Stone where he oversees the National Standards Bikeability delivery they provide for Staffordshire & Stoke on Trent. He also runs the Cycling UK Centre of Excellence.

CTC cycle trainer, Graham ClarkAmongst his other qualifications, Graham is a Cycling UK Leader Trainer, and has run Mountain Bike leadership qualifications, maintenance, fleet management, safe working practices and skills courses both in the UK and France.

Graham has worked within a number of local authority settings and his experience includes direct delivery of activities, health & safety, emergency planning and contract management.

He works within the Scout Association locally and is their National Technical Adviser for mountain biking. He also advises Staffordshire's Young People's Service on cycling issues.


Velo Management

Scout Association

Staffordshire Young People's Services

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