Learn how to successfully incorporate the "Sport of Bicycling" as a secondary Physical Education Unit.
The approach is like a diamond with many facets - when brought together it creates a bright gem. The facets of bicycling as a sport are as diverse as the roadways cyclists travel.
Bicycling is a perfect no-impact, cross-training sport, that can be a lifetime recreational lifestyle activity. It can offer the child rite of passage and greatly expand their geographic reach and cross-cultural interfaces.
The new teen “fixie” bicycle culture spreading throughout the United States can be used as the “gem” of cycling to get them engaged in a healthy lifetime sport.
Programmatic safety elements or facets should be inclusive in all the bicycle programs. The different facets; workshop, skills, drills, and racing, are reflected in Youth Educational Sports, Inc. (YES).
Successful secondary bicycle programs share a common message - “have fun & be safe.”
YES – Youth Educational Sports, Inc. specializes in developing School Cycling Instructors via online training and clinics but also sale specialized school bicycle (age appropriate for elementary, middle and high school) and bike equipment (tires, wheels, helmets, racks).
Need a durable and proper fitting bicycle for your physical education class? Want to teach a physical education bicycle class and encourage children to be more secure on a bike? YES provides all the resources you need!
The philosophy of Youth Educational Sports, Inc. (YES) is to make the “Sport of Bicycling” an active annual Physical Education Unit in schools. This and available bicycles causes sustainability and inclusion so all can participate; is achieved through the YES discounted bicycle equipment and instructional courses.
Our goals are to encourage youth to incorporate a very natural, low impact form of exercise into their daily activities. We also want to show cycling as a competitive sport and a practical form of transportation.
Riding a bicycle introduces a healthy life style, that can not only reduce obesity, but the number of bicycle riders killed, disabled or injured in vehicle collisions. These goals are achieved by teaching best practices and age appropriate skill building skills, drills and competition.
YES has trained and certified School Cycling Instructors (SCI) to provide Professional Development for Physical Education Teachers, and help establish Physical Education Bicycle Units at schools.
YES created nationally recognized and award winning programs available to schools to incorporate into the school physical education classes. The SCI encourages the programs to make them their own by starting School Cycling Clubs/Teams. This ensures program sustainability. After Professional Development the physical education teaches will receive certification as School Cycling Instructor (SCI).
To this sustainable end, YES has determined what school bicycle equipment provides the best level playing field with the least amount of maintenance. This school bicycle equipment is suitable for training and racing. YES can also provide bicycle and helmets at whole sale prices.
YES inspires educational institutions to introduce bicycling in grades 1-12 as a viable sport and healthy competition as a regular Physical Educational Unit. Anytime a life-sport is introduced to youth, they gain a lifetime gift of health and relaxation.
What happens when League Cycling Instructors, School Teachers, National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) Coaches and Coaches get together in a classroom? They learn the concept of bringing their passion to school P.E. classes as a regular program.
YES, Inc. offered a School Cycling Instructor Training Workshop Level 4 for 18 eager cycling experts. All participants had experience as USA Cycling Coaches and League Cycling Instructors.
The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded a 1.36 million dollar grant to the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), the Los Angeles City Bicycle Coalition and Youth Education Sports, Inc. This grant will provide professional safe cycling skills training to LAUSD middle school Physical Education teachers, who will then teach cycling as a standard P.E. curriculum.