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All Ability Cycling Club in W10

Date: 21/10/2017

Time: 11am to 1pm

Bikeworks run an All Ability cycling club every Friday from 11am-1pm and alternate Saturdays at Little Wormwood Scrubs.

These are open sessions for people of all ages and all abilities. They have a pool of two-wheeled (conventional) bikes in adult and child sizes as well as a pool of adapted cycles, including a wheelchair cycle, side-by-side cycle, recumbent cycles and tricycles. The wide range of equipment enables provison of a cycling opportunity to pretty much everybody regardless of physical or intellectual ability or disability, age or confidence level. They have a team of experienced, friendly and professional cycle instructors who run the session.

Please also see the link below for more details:

This is a fully inclusive club that promotes health and wellbeing for all.


Tags (office use) : OAKC

This event occurs every week on Friday and Saturday until 16 December 2017