We have a number of Pedal Away centres across the North West, offering relaxed, social community rides.
From Mecycle in Ainsdale to Hoylake Community Centre in the Wirral, Pedal Away offers a sociable ride with bikes and helmets available, at a nice pace to make it a nice relaxed experience as well as the freedom of getting out on a bike in beautiful scenery. The chance to ride with like minded people and discover places on your doorstep you never knew existed shouldn’t be missed. So make sure you give it a go.
Along with the social rides, on the 10th September, there is the Knowsley Great Pedal Away. Offering a 10 mile or 40 mile ride. With all proceeds raising money for the Wheels for All project, offering cycling for those with disabilities or differing needs.
From beginner rides to intermediate rides, there is a ride on offer for everyone and anyone. Be you a fairly new cyclist or an experienced one, Pedal Away offers rides for all.
Our Pedal Away Centres.
Litherland Sports Park.
Every Tuesday 10am Start
Boundary Road, Litherland
Sefton Merseyside L21 7LA
Mecycle, beginners and normal ride available.
Station Road, Ainsdale
Sefton Merseyside PR8 3HH
Stadt Moers Park. Beginners Ride
Mondays 6pm ride, April September
Wednesdays 10am, All year
Pottery Lane, Whiston
Knowlsey, Merseyside L35 3RG
Court Hey Park.
Tuesdays 10am, All Year
Thursdays 6pm, April-September
Roby Road, Huyton,
Knowlsey, Merseyside L16 3NA
Mill Dam Park.
Wednesdays 6pm, All year
Thursdays 10am, All year
Mill Dam Park, Kirkby,
Knowsley, Merseyside L32 2AU
Guinea Gap Leisure Centre
Tuesdays 10am, All year
Riverview Road, Wallasey,
Wirral, Merseyside CH44 6PX
Hoylake Community Centre
Wednesdays 10am, All year
Hoyle Road, Hoylake,
Wirral, Merseyside CH47 3AG
The Oval Leisure Centre
Thursdays 10am, All Year
Old Chester Road, Bebington,
Wirral, Merseyside CH63 7LF
Lets focus on Bath and West Wheels for All
Based at the Odd Down Sports Ground using a wide range of hand cycles, specialist cycles and trikes on the 1.5k cycle circuit where regular Saturday sessions are available 3 Saturdays per month. The emphasis is on removing all barriers that might prevent anyone from enjoying the sense of fun and freedom of cycling.
In addition to our regular open sessions Wheels for all provide inclusive cycle sessions for local groups and charities that support people with learning disabilities and physical impairments. Local Mencap clubs, Three Ways School, Leonard Cheshire Disability, Carrswood day centre and neighbouring SEN schools and colleges all enjoy regular visits.
Please contact us for details of how to book a session for our group, organisation or to register for one of our open Saturday sessions.
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Bath &West Wheels for All relies on the support of volunteers and we encourage new volunteer recruits including young people.
Bath & West Wheels for All is coordinated locally by Chris Revill under the governance of Cycling Projects. The project is also supported by the ‘Friends of Wheels for All’ which is made up of parents, carers and users of the project. As well as fundraising the group also provide feedback and ideas on new activities. From April 2017 Wheels for All has been fortunate to receive the generous support of the St Johns Foundation to support the growth of the programme for the coming years.
So if you are local or are just passing come and joing Wheels for All activities at Odd Down with Bath and West Wheels for All. We guarantee you’ll have a great time!
To find out more:
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call us on 0753 026 3014
Chris Revill – Cycling Projects
‘wheels for all – bath&west‘ Coordinator
www.facebook.com/ wheelsforallbathandwest LocalGiving: https://tinyurl.com/zppk7y7/ https://twitter.com/Wheels4allBnW