21 October 2016 - 3:12pm
It’s all about the Joy of cycling … literally!
Joy Anibaba hasn’t looked back since getting into cycling in a big way – and now she’s helping others do the same. Joy, who lives in Olton in the West Midlands, has been a key figure in the growth of the Edgbaston Reservoir Ladies cycling group, which has now become a Cycling UK Community Cycle Club.
20 October 2016 - 3:35pm
Sam proves you’re never too old to start cycling
Sam Sahdra reckons cycling with the Handsworth Ladies is like being part of one big, happy family. Not that Sam got off to the greatest of starts when she first considered taking up cycling. She saw her grandchildren riding their bikes, asked them if they would help her to cycle – and they said she was too old!
3 May 2016 - 8:28am
How sessions at Edinburgh ABC have helped Alex
Alex Cullis is a 19 year old who has been attending Edinburgh ABC bike sessions regularly since October 2015. Alex has autism and learning disabilities and has made great progress using the side-by-side trike.
22 March 2016 - 2:44pm
Mandy’s on a two-wheeled road to recovery
Back in the dark days, Mandy Coxon had to make a determined effort to remain standing behind the safety line on the station platform as her train came in after work. She would often sit in a corner and cry when she got home, just thankful to have made it through another day.
8 February 2016 - 3:44pm
Happy Hannah laps up Cycling UK cycle sessions
Hannah Pool smiles excitedly as she puts on her cycle helmet and elbow pads. “Just getting kitted out,” she says before getting on her bike to take to the track at the Palmer Park Sports Stadium in Reading.
20 January 2016 - 12:31pm
Play on Pedals rains supreme for Senga!
Play on Pedals has gone down a storm with Senga Laurie...literally! Heavy rain left her drenched when she attended the Play on Pedals Instructor training on behalf of her nursery Langa Street, in the Maryhill/Cadder area of Glasgow.
22 July 2015 - 2:14pm
Video: Join the Inclusive Cycling Network
Cycling UK teamed up with Cycling Projects to promote the largest network of inclusive cycling centres. The centres provide thousands of people with the opportunity to experience cycling whatever their ability.
12 May 2015 - 12:39pm
The Henstones – keeping fit and active as a family
Getting out and being active was a challenge for the Henstone family. All six children have disabilities, so finding something that is suitable isn't easy. Thanks to Cycling4All Shropshire, the family has found a new love for cycling.
15 February 2015 - 3:18pm
Richard's story - renewed confidence outdoors
Richard's mobility gradually decreased after he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. However, since finding Experience Community mountain trike group, Richard is able to go out for rides with others and rediscover the outdoors.
26 January 2015 - 1:00pm
Diana's story - respite for mum
Diana was a reluctant cyclist when she first arrived at one of Trailnet’s introductory inclusive cycling sessions. Now, over two years later she is confidently using a bicycle and is one of the centre’s most regular and enthusiastic riders.
19 January 2015 - 11:18am
Neil’s story – an award winning volunteer
Neil has been volunteering at Give it a Spin Live!@New Scene in Cheshire for many years and feels that helping at the centre has helped to boost his confidence and to keep him physically active.
8 January 2015 - 10:23am
Lewis's Story - how Bike Club helped
Through funding and support from Bike Club, Lewis Balsillie has grown and developed from a teenager who went along to a school club to a young leader and peer mentor.
8 January 2015 - 8:49am
Jasuben's story - Learning to ride at 65
Jasuben had been wanting to join her husband on family rides for many years but had never had the opportunity to learn to cycle until she heard of some adult cycle sessions run through CTC's Cycle Champions project in Leicester. Now, she's not only cycling but she's gained lots of confidence too.