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Inclusive cycling session – Tuesdays

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Every Tuesday at to
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Sheffield Cycling 4 All run friendly and inclusive cycling sessions using trikes designed for disabled people or people with long term mental or physical health conditions.

Sessions run:

  • Monday: 10:30am-1:30pm (either 10:30am-12pm or 12pm-1:30pm)
  • Tuesday: 10:30am-1:30pm (either 10:30am-12pm or 12pm-1:30pm)
  • Wednesday: 10:30am-1:30pm (either 10:30am-12pm or 12pm-1:30pm)
  • Thursday: 10:30am-1:30pm (either 10:30am-12pm or 12pm-1:30pm)

The cost is £4 for riders and free for carers. To book your cycling slot, you can email, call or text them.

Their cycling sessions take place in Hillsborough Park. You can explore the park on one of their special trikes, practice your cycling or you can explore the park on one of their trikes, either on your own or chatting with one of their volunteers, or PA or friend. They have lots of different trikes to choose from, including tandems, hand-powered trikes and wheelchair carrying trikes – no matter what your physical capabilities they aim to have a trike for you to go on.

Sheffield Cycling 4 All also run a session on Wednesday morning (10:30am-12pm) for people with visual impairments and Wednesday afternoon (12pm-1:30pm) for anyone who has been affected by a stroke or brain injury.

Please note: events may not be running on bank holidays and over the Christmas period. Please double check with the organiser (before attending) if you are unsure.

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Hillsborough Park, Parkside Rd, Sheffield , S6 2AB

Organised by Sheffield Cycling 4 All

Sheffield Cycling 4 All run friendly and inclusive cycling sessions.

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