Wheels for All

Ride On – Cycling for All is proud to announce a working partnership with Cycling Projects and the Cyclists’ Touring Club (CTC – the national cycling charity) to develop a “Wheels for All” Inclusive Cycling Centre for people with disabilities or differing needs for the communities of Exeter. For more information on Wheels for all click here: About Wheels for All.

What is inclusive cycling?

Inclusive cycling is about making cycling available to everyone. It’s about creating awareness of cycling as a great way to get about and to keep fit, no matter what age you are, your cycling ability or other personal challenges you face. Find out about Inclusive Cycling.

Why don’t you contact us and find out more about Wheels for All?

Some of the opportunities include:

  • Try out adapted cycles (with the support from Ride On volunteers)
  • Have your say in the planned Wheels for All inclusive cycling programme for Exeter
  • Find out about potential training available and how you can access the adapted bike fleet yourselves.
  • Learn how to get involved as a volunteer or a sponsor for the development of the Wheels For All centre.

Please Call or email Graham Heysett: Ride On – Exeter Wheels for All Co-ordinator;

Mobile: 07777 668197                     Email: WheelsForAllExeter@btinternet.com

Success to date

Two ‘Wheels for All’ taster events were held in the city in February 2015.
At each event Cycling Projects provided a broad range of adapted cycles with support from skilled and experienced staff offering activities to all abilities and all ages.These Wheels for All events acted as an opportunity to engage with the communities to determine the development of a future Wheels for All centre for Exeter.
We are planning three further taster events in 2015 (late May/Early June, 29th July at the Devon Blue Light Day and mid-September) to build momentum for the Wheels for All service across the city. Further details will be posted on our Ride On website and Facebook Page.

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