Here's a simple bicycle colouring page. The kids can really go to town choosing their favourite colours - or colour it to match their own bike!
Who doesn't remember that wonderful feeling the first time you ride your bike without training wheels? Cycling is an activity beloved of children all over the world, so it is hardly surprising that competitive cycling is such a popular sport and so many adults are now taking up cycling as exercise.
Track cycling and road cycling are events in the Summer Olympics, and of course there are many other cycling races - and the Tour de France - at regular intervals! We've tried to provide cycling activities which can be used by a wide range of ages. Please explore below...
Here's a simple little jigsaw for bicycle fans, which can be adapted to suit the age of your child. Instructions and cutting guides are here.
Kids can use our story paper to write about a bicycle adventure, or a beloved bicycle - or perhaps the bike's role in the history of transport!
Many kids love a bicycle - and for good reason! Perhaps they can write about theirs using this fun writing page, which comes in colour or black and white.
Have fun with this Complete the Picture printable sheet, featuring two bicycle wheels. Will you draw a bicycle? Who is riding the bike? Perhaps you will draw something else entirely...
Here's a simple colouring page of a cyclist for younger children to enjoy. Our cyclist is wearing Team GB's kit from the London Olympics in 2012!
Here's a cycling colouring page of a speedy cyclist - perhaps taking part in a track or road race like the Tour de France or Olympics...
Cycling is something that kids love to do - and cycling is the word to be traced on this finger tracing worksheet! Trace first with finger, then with pencil.
Do your kids dream of being champion cyclists when they grow up? Here's a fun poster to inspire them...
This fun illustration of a racing cyclist might be useful for display during the Olympics or Tour de France, perhaps?
Use this fun story paper to write about a cycling race you have watched, make up a story etc. Two versions available, lined and with handwriting lines.
Write about a road or track cycle race - perhaps the Olympics or Tour de France - and colour in our fast cyclist! Choose from lined or handwriting lines.
Cycling can be an exciting competitive sport or a gentle family entertainment! Either way, here's a cycling tracing worksheet for early learners...
Cycling has become very popular recently. Use this writing page to record something about the cyclists you know, or make up a story.
This writing page shows a racing cyclist - so it might be perfect for writing about the Tour de France or other road races!
Trace the dotted lines of this cyclist and bike - perfect for a sports-themed pencil control activity. Younger children can trace in the "channels", more confident children directly on the lines.
These are the opening lines of the Famous Five story, Five Go Down to the Sea. Children can use them to spark off their own imaginative story - which will no doubt be very different from the original!
Follow our step by step drawing tutorial to learn how to draw your own bicycle. It's not easy, but a little practice makes perfect!
Kids can have fun and brush up their drawing techniques with one of our step by step tutorials for drawing a cyclist. Our is kitted out in Team GB uniform from the London 2012 Olympics, but their picture could be of themselves, their friends, their cycling Dad, or their own team.
All the excitement of a track cycling race has been captured in this colouring picture! We've based this one losely on the London Olympics in 2012.
Use our track cycling story paper to tell a story about a race, write about a race you have watched, or describe the sport and what you see in the picture.