Telephone: 01743 254945 or 07990 085 688

Address: Sustainable Transport Project Team, Shropshire Council. 107 Longden Road ,Shrewsbury SY3 9DS

  • Cycling4All Shropshire is a new community group that wants to increase all-ability cycling opportunities in Shropshire. We are working to raise awareness of what is already on offer and to increase the chances to take part and get new people to take part. There are currently outdoor sessions running at several locations across Shropshire including, Shrewsbury Sports Village, Cae Glas Park, Oswestry and South Shropshire Leisure Centre, Ludlow. It is easy to take part and you can just come along on a drop in basis or contact the centres to ask about pre- booked sessions. There are sessions that run through the school holidays which gives an opportunity for the whole family to join in. The activities we currently offer are:
    • Access to a range of adaptive cycles
    • Supported sessions where there is a trained person on hand to help you choose the right cycle and enjoy your ride
    • Opportunities for using the adaptive cycles during the school holidays so families can take part.
    • Open sessions where the participants can come along on a drop in basis and change bikes as required or desired during the session
    • Block and regular bookings
    • Out of hours, carer led, individual and group sessions for WFA trained carers (there is an induction process to complete)
    • Outdoors riding on an enclosed track built to British Cycling Standards
    • Outdoor riding on an enclosed MUGA or leisure space
    • Progression pathways to other cycling clubs
    • Some centre led skills training and progression activities where desired
    • Supportive, caring assistance for people that need a little help to get riding, no matter what their background, age or ability
    • Led rides on low traffic and no traffic routes nearby
    • Visits and day trips to the centre from groups and organisations further afield

We are able to accommodate a diverse range of participants:

    • Children that have additional needs including local SEN schools or other educational establishments with younger students.
    • Parents, children and families including siblings
    • People from local care settings
    • wheelchair users
    • People with weight management goals
    • Elderly people
    • People with visual impairments
    • People managing mental health issues
    • Those that are recuperating post op and need to ease themselves into physical activity
    • Amputees
    • Alzheimer’s support groups and carers
    • People recovering from a stroke
    • People with cerebral palsy

For more information about what we have please visit our website


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