All individuals with a disability looking for a place to get involved with the sport of cycling, meet new friends, engage in physical activity, rehabilitation etc., look no further.
The HSBC UK British Cycling Disability Cycling Hubs are located across the country to improve access for people with a disability and ensure that those wanting to improve their cycling ability receive the support they need.
These Hubs bring people together on a regular basis to engage in coach-led cycling activity in a traffic free environment. The Hub sessions are organised to offer support and help individuals to improve their fitness, develop technique and build confidence.
The cycling session are delivered by British Cycling’s Go-Ride coaches and other partner organisations, providing opportunities for all-ability cyclists across a wide range of impairments. Each Hub has a range of adapted equipment on site which includes bicycles, tandems, handcycles and trikes, making them accessible to all.
There are currently 12 disability hubs across the United Kingdom:
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Who can take part?
The sessions are open to all ability cyclists and include riders with a physical or learning disability. The disability hubs have a range of two-wheeled bikes, hand cycles, trikes and tandems for participants to use and we can provide a pilot rider for anyone with a visual impairment. Family members and friends are also encouraged to get involved with the sessions.
How to take part?
All the sessions are listed on the British Cycling events calendar. Once you find a suitable disability hub session, then please contact the lead coach or the British Cycling Development team for further details. We will go through your requirements as a rider and what you would like to achieve from the disability hub session going forward.
Find a club
If you feel the disability hub sessions are for you or you would just like to find out some further details then email firstname.lastname@example.org