Wheels for All attends the 2024 National Cycling Show

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Last weekend we were excited to be able to attend the National Cycling Show at the NEC in Birmingham alongside Tomcat, Ice Trikes and Van Raam.

It was an amazing weekend filled with discussions about all things cycling and being able to get the message of the work we do at Wheels for All out there. We met some great teams from a variety of different industries within the cycling world, making positive connections, and helping educate and raise awareness about the benefits and the need for inclusive cycling in the U.K.

Our CEO, Ian Tierney, was a panel speaker on the Sunday alongside Nazia from Tomcat and one of our inspirational participants, Dave, who attends Wheels for All sessions following a Parkinson’s diagnosis. The talk was a fantastic insight into the benefits of inclusive cycling, the history of our partnership with Tomcat and how the Dragonfly revolutionised the inclusive cycling landscape.

“The National Cycling Show is one of the biggest events in the world of cycling so for Wheels for All to be able to attend is a real privilege. It was great to be able to meet so many people who were interested in the work that we do and to be able to speak on stage alongside Nazia and Dave who provided real-world insight into how inclusive cycling can change your life” Ian said.

A huge thank you to everyone who attended this year’s show and to everyone on the team who helped to make our presence there such a success. We’re already excited for the 2025 show!

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