I've been thinking about doing the training to become a leader for Sky Rides. I get the concept; it's about encouraging people to cycle more for fun and general health, and giving them support along the way, etc. I quite like the idea of doing something to help others, and along the way picking up some skills that'll help me with my own family bike rides.
I've read all the stuff from British Cycling, but would really like to get some feedback from anyone who does this. For example; How are the rides organised? How much time does it really take up? Is the eperience generally positive?
Any thoughts or comments?