Cycling 4 All at the University of Bradford
Cycling 4 All runs free inclusive cycling sessions for disabled students in West Yorkshire.
They have a range of adapted bicycles for you to use irrespective of your disability including hand bikes, tandems, trikes and mountain bikes.
They provide 'Learn to Ride' sessions for non-disabled students who wish to develop the skills needed to cycle confidently.
BDSL are working in partnership with this project along with the Local Authority and British Cycling.
For more information on this project and opportunity y to take part in University Sport if you have a disability please contact Adam Tasker using the information below. Alternatively, you can contact Adam here.
|Cycling 4 All University of Bradford Union of Students Richmond Road, Bradford BD7 1DP|
|Call Adam on 01274 235421|
Physical Activity for Disabled People - (PAD) project
The Project runs on Tuesdays at Richard Dunn's Sports Centre 1.00pm – 2.00pm and on Thursdays at Trinity Green Campus, Bradford University at 1.00pm – 2.00pm. The project is free and members are only required to wear trainers and suitable clothing.
Each session is run by a qualified and experienced fitness professional. The project is ideal for those who love sport, games, enjoy social activity, want to lose weight or want to learn how to make healthy choices.
The project is beginning its sixth year and we would welcome new members. If you already come we look forward to seeing you at the next session
For more information and to book a place please see the play and take part section of our website.