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British Cycling to open first West Midlands disability hub

British Cycling has announced that its 12th HSBC UK Disability Hub will open in Stourport, improving access to the sport for people with disabilities in the West Midlands. The first two-hour session will be held at Stourport Sports Club on 31st March and delivered monthly thereafter by qualified British Cycling …

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British Cycling to open disability hub in Middlesbrough

British Cycling will open its 11th HSBC UK Disability Hub in Middlesbrough. Middlesbrough Sports Village will begin running monthly sessions from 10th November, with the final session of 2018 confirmed for 1st December. So far in 2018, the existing network of ten hubs has welcomed over 1,100 riders to traffic-free …

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Ask not what the industry can do for you, but what you can do for the industry!

I’ve been around the industry for a while, having occupied various roles in sales, marketing and blogging. While working as a rep, I looked for ways to encourage everyone to cycle and stumbled across my current employer, Bikeworks. I started volunteering at their All Ability Inclusive Cycling clubs, and now …

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Disability cycling: raising awareness

According to research, two-thirds of disabled cyclists find cycling easier than walking, and yet many disabled people are unaware that cycling is an option for them. Although disability cycling is a specialist subject, there are several actions non-experts in the industry can take to help disabled people get cycling, and …

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