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At Cycling Projects, we want to make sure that cycling is accessible to all.

Cycling Projects is a national charity which promotes cycling through a range of successful community engagement programmes that give people the opportunity to cycle on a regular basis; through help, support and guidance. Most noticeably this is all achieved through its two nationally acclaimed initiatives Wheels for All and Pedal Away

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With the start date for the second annual Great Pedal Away looming, online entry is now open. Again, this fantastic event will take place on the second weekend of September, and our Tour of Knowsley coincides with the start of the Tour of Britain! So if you fancy a challenge, get Sunday 11th September in

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  Birmingham Wheels for All Co-ordinator Position   Cycling Projects are pleased to announce the development of the Birmingham city wide inclusive cycle programme through its nationally recognised Wheels for All programme. We are recruiting a Wheels for All co-ordinator to help delivery and develop a well-received inclusive cycling offer for the city of Birmingham.

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Fancy a challenge?! How’s about riding 50, 80 or 100 miles in the Marlow Red Kite sportive this September! This is a great example of two cycling worlds coming together: you may be capable of riding 100 miles in a lightening fast time, but in doing so you could be supporting someone to cycle round

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A new campaign to encourage more disabled people to be active was launched in July. The Together We Will campaign looks to address the low number of disabled people who regularly take part in sport or exercise as highlighted in the most recent Sport England Active People Survey. Results show that disabled people are half as likely

What our users have to say.

“I was initially attracted by a love of cycling with others. This has led to being trained as a volunteer ride leader and getting involved with Wheels for All. The latter has even lead to a full-time job through contacts I have made."

Mike

Dr Rachel Aldred

British Cycling
“More cycling means more people can get the exercise they need, making a healthier population. If people cycled and walked as much as people do in Copenhagen, the NHS could save around £17 billion within twenty years."
“You’re meeting people, we have a good social side, we have a cup of coffee where we go and things like that... you wouldn’t do it on your own, but as a group you do it”

Ken

Tommy

“I was in hospital about four years ago and when I came out of hospital they said to me, ‘do you ever ride a bike?’ I said ‘I haven’t been on a bike for about fifty years’. They said, ‘well if you go to [Pedal Away] on a Tuesday... So I went...and it was great”
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