A range of activities take place at the disability cycling hub in Bath, which primarily uses the Odd Down closed road cycling circuit.
The HSBC UK Go-Ride programme is supporting British Cycling qualified coaches at the Odd Down closed road circuit to deliver regular coaching activities to people with disabilities. These para-cycling sessions are specially designed to help disabled riders of any ability to develop their fitness, cycling technique and confidence on a bike.
Cycling is a great way to learn new skills, build confidence and interact with other people, providing an ideal environment for people with a disability to have a safe, fun and challenging cycling opportunity. Riders of any level are invited to attend these sessions and learn how to improve their riding.
Disability hub sessions are also the first step onto The Rider Route for the Great Britain Cycling Team, where British Cycling coaches can identify and develop the best young talent from across the country. Our about disability and para-cycling resource provides more information.
At the time of booking onto a session, please contact the lead coach listed on the event description to discuss your needs and aims from the session.
Wheels for All: regular all-ability cycling sessions using adapted bikes available on-site including trikes, side by side social cycles and tag along bikes. Sessions run every Saturday between 1pm and 2:30pm