Due to the current UK Government restrictions aimed at reducing the spread of Coronavirus, cycle maintenance courses, Dr Bike, events and group rides have been postponed or cancelled until further notice. Cycle Skills training has recommenced. Sign up to the Cycle Enfield newsletter for updates on activities and see more information here. Our team is contactable at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook or Twitter.
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“ I had a stroke a couple of years ago, and thought I would never ever get back on a bike! ”
I’m originally from what was Bombay, India but I can’t go now because I can no longer fly. I’ve lived in Enfield for 52 years, then there wasn’t traffic like there is today. I didn’t even need to have a bicycle lock. Health wise, I think this is one of the best projects in Enfield, people get exercise. I ride bikes more than ever now.
I like taking the bus too, you sit down on the top and see everything. We used to go on the 269 to look at Lords Cricket Ground. I like Australia House, Royal Court of Justice, there is such beautiful architecture in London.
Cycling is good for your health, it can take you where ever you want to go.
“ Can you imagine an Enfield where people don't automatically jump in their car to run short errands down the road? ”
I had a stroke a couple of years ago, and thought I would never ever get back on a bike. As a teenager I cycled in what was Bombay. It was cheap and accessible way to get around and I enjoyed the sense of freedom. After my stroke, my GP advised me to make changes to my diet to increase my level of fitness. I discovered the free Inclusive Cycling sessions at my local Bush Hill Park. Over time I have gone from cycling on a tricycle to using a two wheeler. I don’t need to use a stick to help me get around!