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Inclusive Cycling

Cycling is an activity that can be enjoyed by all, regardless of disability, health condition or age. Are you someone who thought you could never cycle? Or do you have a friend or family member that would like to give it a go?

Come along and try one of our fantastic cycles that are adapted to suit varying physical abilities. FREE ‘try cycling’ sessions are available in Bush Hill Park Tuesday-Friday, 10:30am – 1:30pm all year round.

Booking is essential – please order tramadol online legally call 020 8379 3273 to register and reserve your session. The scheme is run by Enfield’s Independence and Well Being service, all disabilities are catered for and everyone is invited.

Community workers from Community Link Enfield, Options, and the Formont Centre share the running of the sessions. The scheme was set up with help from charity Wheels for Wellbeing, which organised supply of the specialist bikes and trikes, provided advice and support and trained the community workers.

Event date: Friday, May 13
Duration: 10.30am - 1.30pm
Location: Bush Hill park

Cycling is an activity that can be enjoyed by all, regardless of disability, health condition or age. Are you someone who thought you could never cycle? Or do you have a friend or family member that would like to give it a go?

Come along and try one of our fantastic cycles that are adapted to suit varying physical abilities. FREE ‘try cycling’ sessions are available in Bush Hill Park Tuesday-Friday, 10:30am – 1:30pm all year round.

Booking is essential – please call 020 8379 3273 to register and reserve your session. The scheme is run by Enfield’s Independence and Well Being service, all disabilities are catered for and everyone is invited.

Community workers from Community Link Enfield, Options, and the Formont Centre share the running of the sessions. The scheme was set up with help from charity Wheels for Wellbeing, which organised supply of the specialist bikes and trikes, provided advice and support and trained the community workers.