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Greater Bristol's Cycling City programme and the council's Aiming High for Disabled Children programme have launched All Abilities to make cycling more accessible to those people who find it difficult to ride standard bicycles.
The charity Life Cycle UK supports the administration of the project.
The charity organisation Cycling Projects has been commissioned to set up an all-inclusive cycling project (Wheels for All), catering especially for young people with a range of physical and mental health difficulties. Children and adults with a disability and differing needs can benefit from the Wheels for All national initiative through All Abilities.
The Wheels for All initiative is a nationally recognised programme that allows for cycling to be accessible to all. This is through the provision of a range of adapted cycles, dedicated support plans and series of training packages.
Both children and adults with a disability and differing need can benefit from the Wheels for All initiative. It allows people to get involved in quality cycle activities that are both physically and mentally stimulating and above all, fun for all.
Wheels for All delivers a range of benefits including increased levels of fitness and well being, social interaction and confidence building.
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Organisation last updated on 22/07/2016