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Hannah to cycle 150km to raise awareness of Wheels for All

Posted: 13 May, 2024

Some lovely news from Wheels for All Tendring to start our week! Our amazing Regional Manager for the East, Hannah, will be taking part in the …

Lady in helmet on red adapted trike cycle
Wheels for All Halewood Open Day

Posted: 23 February, 2024

At Wheels for All, we believe that everyone, regardless of ability, should have the opportunity to enjoy the thrill of cycling in a safe and …

Spotlight on Wheels for All across the Liverpool City Region

Posted: 11 March, 2023

With special thanks to our supporters - The Steve Morgan Foundation, Liverpool City Region CA and the Get Out Get Active programme we are able to …

Accessible cycling activities coming to Weymouth Wednesday 28th September

Posted: 12 September, 2022

We are really excited to announce the forthcoming accessible cycling taster day in Weymouth on Wednesday 28th September between 11am - 3pm. Working …

Highlights From Rotherham Inclusive Cycling Event

Posted: 7 July, 2021

On Monday 5th July 2021, Cycling Project hosted a fantastic inclusive cycling event in Rotherham at Dearne Valley College. Members of the public, …

Come along to the Marsh Tracks Wheels for All event 15th July, Rhyl, Denbighshire

Posted: 30 June, 2021

Come and get involved in the wheels for All open day on Thursday 15th July between 11am and 3pm. There will be a broad range of adapted cycles with …

Dame Sarah Storey
Launch of Inclusive Cycling Support and Engagement Programme across the Sheffield City Region (SCR)

Posted: 21 October, 2020

The project will build on the regional and national momentum around cycling and active travel, ensuring that more people are given the opportunity to …

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