CYCLE ENFIELD STORY
Cycling gives me freedom of movement and exercise. I first cycled when I was seven, my father got me a bike. I never had stabilisers it was a full sized bike. My mother ran behind me. I used to go cycling with my friends. Now I have arthritis in my joints I wouldn’t be able to get on an ordinary tricycle because of my knees. The seats on this inclusive tricycle are more upright.
“ With cycling I’m able to move about a lot and more quickly. ”
With cycling I’m able to move about alot and more quickly. Walking now is not so enjoyable, I need a stick to assist me. There are lots of people using the park, you see lots of people, toddlers and babies. That’s really nice.
Alice, Southbury - Attends the Bush Hill Park Inclusive Cycling Scheme
Clem attends the Bush Hill Park Inclusive Cycling Scheme
Deputy Geography Teacher at Enfield Grammar School
Priscilla joined our £10 Cycle Loan Scheme
I like skateboarding and going on my bike at the weekend.
Permits Officer, Enfield Council
Cabinet Member for Economic Regeneration & Business