Stage one concerned a roll-out of training in primary schools, and stages dual and 3 embody a roll-out to adults and on-road training.
The training for children was piloted in 2017 and 15,300 took part. This is now live and a idea for 2018 is to get 18,000 to 19,000 trained.
Adult cycling training is in a commander theatre during a moment. Up to a start of April, 7 groups have finished a programme: 3 in Dublin and 4 in Cork. If a commander is a success, it is hoped it can be rolled out national by Cycling Ireland.