New disability cycling club launching in October

Posted: Fri, 28 Sep 2018 11:53

New disability cycling club launching in October

This October, there's going to be a new cycling club for disabled people and their carers at the UEA Sportspark.

Starting Wednesday 3rd October, these fully inclusive cycling activity sessions are designed to bring cycling fun and other activities for disabled groups, disabled individuals (16+), their carers and families to enjoy.

In partnership with Pushing Ahead and the UEA Sportspark, the Inclusive Cycling Hub Club offers a fleet of specially adapted bikes for use on the Sportspark's outdoor track. There are 7 brand new adapted bikes and trikes to try, and each bike has been adapted for use for a range of different disabilities.

Plus there will be loads of other specially adapted activities to cater for people with a range of learning and physical disabilities.

The cost to attend is £1.50 per person, and is FREE for carers.

The club runs on the following Wednesdays between 11.40am – 13.00pm:

3rd October 2018
7th November 2018
5th December 2018
2nd January 2019
6th February 2019
6th March 2019
3rd April 2019

These fun and sociable club sessions are a great way to meet new people, reduce stress, and try some fun activity in an inclusive and welcoming environment.

For more information visit

Contact Ellen Vanlint on 01603 731 566, or email at

Tags: Cycling, Disability, Norwich