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Clem – Inclusive Cycling's Story

Clem – Inclusive Cycling

“ I have early Dementia. I do ten laps! ”



Cycling in the borough is nice and not so nice. I see the public don’t like cyclists. I don’t know why they don’t like cyclists. I don’t know why they don’t give way to the cyclists. I could still cycling on the road if I wanted to but there are too much buses and cars on the road. Inclusive Cycling here has helped me with exercise, coming here is a great thing you get to meet people, see animals; dogs.

“ I had a stroke a couple of years ago, and thought I would never ever get back on a bike! ”

Read Mohan – Inclusive Cycling's story

A bit of background

I cycled in the 60’s a very long time ago, although I didn’t need to cycle because it was so cheap then.  I enjoy coming to Inclusive Cycling. The only time I don’t like to come is when it’s really raining and it’s really wet.  If they say it’s going to rain I still come because I think surely it can’t be raining all the time and once it’s stopped I can carry on. There’s got to be a break in the rain at some point.