New Wiltshire Wheels for All centre for adapted cycling Launching 15th July

This Saturday at the Salisbury Athletics Track, a new Wheels for All in Wiltshire is launching. From 10am-2pm a range of cycles will be available to try inclusive, adapted cycling. Offering a physically and mentally stimulating activity for those with disabilities.

After the launch on the 15th, there will then begin a weekly session.


After the launch on the 15th, there will then begin a weekly session.

From tricycles, hand cycles and tandems, the aim to be as inclusive as possible, means that there will be a cycle available for everyone. With the help of South Wilts Mencap and the Children’s Physiotherapy Unit at Salisbury Hospital, as well as Wiltshire Council. This project has become possible and we would like to thank all involved.

Session details and Contact Details

Location: Hulse Rd, Salisbury SP1 3NR

Each session will begin on the hour at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm. It is required to register interest and to book on to one of the four sessions.

See the centre details on our map.

To find out more, please contact the Sports Development team at Wiltshire Council on or call Rob Paget, Disability Development Officer, on 07917 262686


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