Outdoor Skills, Backpacking, Cooking, Navigation, Cycling, and Wilderness Survival Skills.
While your handbook is your primary resource, the links below can help you learn Cycling Skills. The only resources recommended by the BSA are those in the BSA materials. See the Disclaimers. See the Cycling Merit Badge pamphlet and Guide to Safe Scouting.
Cycling Special Needs
The Boy Scout Cycling Merit Badge does not specify the type of cycle that is to be used. Scouts have completed Cycling Merit Badge using traditional bicycles, specially adapted bicycles, handcycles, three-wheel bicycles, and quadracycles. Local riding clubs, national organizations, and manufactures can assist those who are blind, deaf, paralyzed, or who have other special needs.
Bike Trip Planning
Bike Riding Skills
Bike Repair Kit
Disclaimer: This information is not intended as a substitute for professional advice, or formal training. Please note that the only materials recommended by the Boy Scouts of America are those found or listed in official BSA materials such as the current Cycling Merit Badge Pamphlet or the Boy Scout Handbook. Cycling Skills recommendations are constantly being revised. Neither MeritBadge.Org, nor its contributors make any recommendations. See the Guide to Safe Scouting.