The BMX Legacy Programme aims to enhance activity levels, health behaviours and wellbeing through provision of BMX opportunities in ‘hard to reach’ communities.
The programme was launched in 2011 in partnership with five London Olympic and Paralympic host Boroughs. In 2014 Access Sport secured additional funding to expand delivery to an additional ten schools. spear had been commissioned to support the development of a robust evidence base aligned to key government strategies and to inform the future of the programme through monitoring and evaluation guidance.
In 2019 spear was commissioned again to evaluate the programme annually for 3 years. The current evaluation draws upon quantitative methods to explore who is engaging with the programme and how the programme impacts participants’ wellbeing.
Date: 2016-2018 and 2019-2021
Client: Access Sport and Sport England