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WHEELS FOR ALL
The national inclusive cycling network

Come along to any one of our 50 centres and try out adapted cycling today.

We have a selection of quality training courses,
delivered by our experienced staff team.

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Volunteering for us

As a charity delivering so many projects across the UK, we’re always very reliant on the fantastic support volunteers can give us. Not only do we rely on volunteers to support many of our sessions, they’re also very often why projects continue to run in the long term.

Volunteering is a great way to keep projects sustainable as well as having a positive and meaningful impact on your local community. But it’s not only the project you’ll be helping as volunteering has many positive benefits on you too:

  • Learn or develop a new skill through training and practice
  • Play a role in your community
  • Motivation, a sense of achievement and become an inspiration to others
  • Be inspired by others and meet a diverse range of people
  • Gain new experience and improve your CV

Annual recognition awards

With the hard work and dedication our volunteers put in to the charity, every year we aim to recognise their efforts with our Annual Volunteer Achievement Awards. All our awards evenings have been a fantastic celebration of all that is good about our organisation and all the people involved; from trustees, staff, volunteers, participants and partners. Each year we award: Volunteer of the year, WFA centre of the year and Fundraiser of the year. See the video for a small glimpse at our celebrations

And the winner is…

WANT TO VOLUNTEER?

We have a number of roles at Cycling Projects which we are always looking to fill with new volunteer supporters:

Ride Leader

Keen cyclist? Want to inspire others to cycle? Or just looking to help out? You may be passing on years of experience or simply wanting to help a project keep running. Then a ride leader role could be for you. Receive free ride leadership training and become part of the support group who help keep our rides active, safe and motivational to others.

Contact our Office for more info on your nearest opportunities:
info@cycling.org.uk
Telephone: 01925 234213

Wheels for All

What could be more rewarding than enabling people to cycle who wouldn’t otherwise be able to without your support? A Wheels For All leader can be the difference between someone having a great day and being physically active on adapted cycles, or being unable to engage in any cycling activity at all.

Receive our fully accredited Wheels For All Leaders Training package and get involved helping out across the Wheel For All network today!

Contact Hermine for more info:
Hermine.briffa@cycling.org.uk
Telephone: 01925 234213

Fundraising

Fancy a challenge? Do you believe in what we do? Then help us to raise the vital funds to continue doing what we do well.

It could be taking part in one of our challenge events like our entry level sportive ‘The Great Pedal Away!’, completing Ride London on a tandem like Naomi Riches MBE & Nigel Moore, taking part in the Liverpool-Chester-Liverpool ride on the wheelchair transporter bike - the velo+, or cycling on a stationary turbo trainer for 8 hours to raise funds for adapted cycling equipment like Solihul Council's Chief Exec Nick Page.

Read all about our fundraising efforts in our Newsletter

Cycle Maintenance

Are you a qualified cycle mechanic? Or perhaps just good with your hands and happy to get stuck in. We’re always looking for volunteers who are able to keep our huge fleet of cycles on the road and keep our projects running with equipment that’s fit for purpose. Even if you’re not mechanically minded you can start by helping us keep our maintenance records in check and progress through training courses which enable you to become a trained cycle mechanic.

Contact Ian for more info:
ian.tierney@cycling.org.uk
Telephone: 01925 234213

Admin/Office Assistance

With such a wide range of projects across the country, we’re always creating vast amounts of data and information which need collecting and collating. Are you good with IT or perhaps just want to keep your skills up to date after retiring? Perhaps you’re good on the phone and can make that vital call which makes a connection with a participant or potential funder?

If you think you could make a difference for us,
contact Charlotte on cp@cycling.org.uk
Telephone: 01925 234213

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