Different Ways To

Get Involved


Hop-On Community

Anything’s Possible

Whether you want to volunteer, commission a sports scheme or donate your bike, there’s so many ways to collaborate with Hop-On.  If you have an idea for a project, contact our team today to discuss. 


Our weekly rides and Hop-On Socials are possible (and more fun) with the support of our volunteers! We take the role of volunteers seriously. What does it involve? Play a role at our weekly cycling groups, promote our work or help with our project work. Whatever you choose to do, we’re there to help. We make sure you receive training and support. We also ensure that we meet your goals in what you expect from Hop On and Volunteering.

To apply, please complete the form below.

Become An Instructor

Want to help others learn to ride? Why not join our team.

  • Qualifying as an instructor is a fun and rewarding experience. We’ll take you on the journey…we love it when our members train to become instructors.  
  • Already Qualified? Why not join our team to deliver cycling sessions at various locations across West Yorkshire.

To apply, please complete the form below.

Local Coordinator

If you’d like to start Hop-On cycling sessions in your area, get in touch. We’re looking for Co-ordinators to help expand and run Hop On sessions in new locations. Email our team for further information.


Please upload your CV in PDF, DOC or DOCX format.

Commission Hop-On

Alongisde our weekly cycling training, our team collaborate with partners to co-design sports programmes for employees, women-only groups or rehabilitation. 

How To Commission Hop-On

Please contact our team by phone or email and explain:

  • your organisation name
  • number of employees
  • budget
  • goals

Don’t worry if you don’t have all the information right now. We can discuss your options and advise you about the best programme for your employees and organisation. 

Examples of Hop-On Collaborations

Hop On is born out of a vision to increase participation levels in physical activity and sport. Some examples of how we’ve helped other organisations:

  • One-day employee training workshops on Road Safety and Commuting (see our Case Story);
  • Teaching Level 1 and Level 2 Bikeability at schools;
  • Running bespoke health activities (cycling / yoga) for staff, community members and children at schools;
  • Basic Bike Maintenance training;
  • 1-2-1 sessions with people undergoing rehabilitation;
  • 1-2-1 or Group sessions with people with health conditions and disabilities to improve mobility;

Case Story

We worked with Borg Warner to deliver a one day  ‘On the Road’ cycling training course for 200 staff.  

Our programme is designed for commuters or everyday cyclists, boosting their confidence when cycling in traffic or navigating complex junctions.

If your company operates a ‘cycle to work’ scheme, contact our team if you’d like to arrange a group employee training event. We offer half or full day programmes.  

Share This