Cycling for all is a free, fun and friendly way for people to have a go on a bicycle. It’s run by qualified instructors and there are a wide range of bikes that are suitable for all abilities and for riders who want additional support on their bikes.
We’re delighted that Cycling for All has been funded to continue in 2017 and will resume from April to October 2017 – taking place on the first Sunday of each month at Harvey Hadden Sports Village from 10am until 1pm.
And, to whet your appetite, there’s a free taster session taking place on 25th October at Harvey Hadden. There will be a wide range of bikes – from trikes, tandems, recumbents, hand cranks and more! Come along and have a go.
**Nottingham City Council are a partner in The English Federation of Disability Sport’s new Get out Get Active (GOGA) program, funded by Spirit of 2012 which aims to raise the profile of inclusive and disability sport and physical activity and provide a range of events and activities for people of all ages to take part in across Nottingham. Cycling is one element of the 3 year programme and the ‘Cycling for All’ events will be held at Harvey Hadden Sports Village, Wigman Road, Bilborough, NG8 4PB.**