Cycling 4 All - Disability Cycling Project
The University of Bradford is one of the only universities in the country that runs a cycling club that caters for the needs of disabled students. Cycling 4 All won the Sports Campaign or Event of the Year at the 2013 NUS Disabled Students Conference and offers free cycling sessions to those studying at the University of Bradford.
Weekly cycling sessions for disabled students and those wishing to learn how to ride a bike have already begun. A minibus will pick up students from Student Central and will take us to Lister Park where a range of adaptive bikes are available such as hand bikes, tricycles, tagalongs, mountain bikes and electric bikes.
The minibus leaves the Students' Union every Wednesday at 1.15 pm and returns to the university for 4 pm..
Sessions are free and this is a great way to meet new people, have fun, get fit, build confidence and cycle in one of Bradford’s most beautiful parks.
Come along and join in, whether you can ride a bike or not, fully qualified coaches will be on hand to help out and get you cycling.
In addition to this, we are developing electric trikes and hand bikes that will be loaned out to disabled students for free to encourage sustainable commuting. We will also be running an end of year sports day, a disability coast to coast bike ride challenge, research projects, filming projects and all kinds of other events.
For information about these events and the other activities we are involved with check out Cycling 4 All’s website, Facebook page, email email@example.com or follow us on Twitter (@cycling4alluk).
Hope to see you at an event.
The Cycling 4 All team