A new programme will see 300,000 schoolchildren taught how to cycle safely, competently and confidently over the next year.
Nearly £11 million is to be invested by the government in an effort to encourage more kids to take up the pursuit.
Local highway authorities and schools across the country will be given the requisite funding for the Bikeability scheme, which was launched five years ago and has already trained over 750,000 children.
Norman Baker, Local Transport Minister, noted he is keen to see the "healthy and sustainable transport choice" offered to youngsters.
"It is vital that the next generation of cyclists is well prepared with the skills and confidence to ride safely and well on modern roads," he added.
As well as £11 million in grants, a further £24 million is to be allocated by the Department for Transport over the following two years.
Nearly £500,000 is to be handed over to Hampshire, while over £400,000 is being given to Merseytravel and Staffordshire will get in excess of £350,000.