This project is for anyone who finds it difficult to ride a regular bicycle, but wants to get involved in cycling activities.
The project is run for disabled people of all ages – children and adults.
- The sessions are great fun, as well as being mentally and physically stimulating
- The benefits are huge – increased confidence and fitness; the opportunity to socialise and share an interest with others; a greater sense of well-being
The sessions are run by qualified cycling instructors.
- All sorts of specially-adapted bicycles are available
- The location is a purpose-built park in Montpelier, Bristol
- Dedicated support plans and training packages are tailored to meet individual needs
- Carers are welcome!
The right bike is waiting for you
- A Platform bike – for wheelchair users
- A Wheelchair bike – a regular bike with a wheelchair attached
- Side-by-side tandem bikes for two – for those with visual impairment or not confident with steering and braking
- A double-hand cycle for two and single-hand cycles – for those who have difficulty using pedals
- A Quad cycle – a fixed pedal, low speed very stable bike
- Recumbent tricycles – more stable than regular trikes, with added back support
- Tricycles – large, medium and small 3-wheelers
- Tiny trikes – suitable for younger children, one with back support
- Tagalong trikes – for children to be attached to an adult bike in front
No need to book, just turn up!
When: Every Tuesday and Thursday during term-time
Time: One hour, starting at 11:00 hrs
Cost: £2.50 per person (carers free)
Where: St Paul’s Adventure Playground, Thomas Street, Montpelier, BRISTOL BS2 9LL
Contact: For more information – call 0117 922 4383
Run in partnership with Wheels for All – part of the national Cycling Projects programme.