#WeRideTogether

Cycling Projects, the UK’s leading inclusive cycling charity, is proud to announce the launch of the nationwide #WeRideTogether campaign, which aims to bring together the world of cyclists, corporates and volunteers to enable cycling to be accessible to every person, on their own terms.

What are the goals of the campaign?

The campaign is formed of three major pillars;

  1. The creation of a volunteer network
  2. To support isolated and fragile people to reconnect and be involved through cycling
  3. Improving the community through engagement.

How will the campaign be successful?

For the campaign to be a success, Cycling Projects is looking for corporates, cycling clubs and individuals to pledge their support.
Support can be pledged in a variety of ways; becoming a Wheels for All volunteer, a Bike Buddy ride leader, an enabler (supporting an individual in their community to become active through cycling) or a connector (connecting clubs and people to disability groups and organisations).

How can I help?

Cycling Projects is looking for people to pledge their support to the #WeRideTogether campaign, support can be pledged through a range of roles including Wheels for All volunteers, Bike Buddy Ride leaders, enablers (supporting an individual in their community to be active through cycling, volunteering opportunities and local delivery for food banks and Meals on Wheels) or a connector (connecting people and clubs to disability support groups/organisations).

Pledge your support

To pledge your support fill out the form below:

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