5 December 2014 - 8:00am
Peter's story - Volunteering for a decade
Peter loves cycling and has been only to happy to volunteer at the Alice Holt inclusive cycling centre for the last ten years. Volunteering at the sessions makes Peter happy and keeps him fit and active.
18 November 2014 - 11:32am
Helping Care Homes - cycling in a safe environment
Cycling at inclusive cycling centre Wheels for All – Get Cycling in Sefton gives the riders from Brook Lea Care Home the chance to keep fit and gain independence within a safe environment.
17 November 2014 - 4:58pm
Inspiring adults with learning disabilities in Leeds
Care homes run through Leeds City Council bring their clients cycling to give them better access to activities within the community. Cycling not only helps to keep them fit but it also helps them to relax if they've had a difficult time.
10 November 2014 - 11:06am
Deb's story - patient to cycle instructor
Two knee operations put a temporary end to Deb Garbutt’s ability to cycle, until she joined a Wheels for Wellbeing session. Now, she’s not only cycling again but she’s a qualified cycle instructor too!
17 October 2014 - 2:38pm
Sophia's story - a family who cycles together
Sophia's parents had always struggled to find activities that they could do together as a family. However, they discovered the 'You Can Bike Too' project, Sophia learnt to cycle and her family can now spend time together, exercising and having fun.
15 October 2014 - 10:24am
Olivia's story - cycling without limbs
When Olivia was two-years-old, she contracted Meningitis and had her lower legs and left arm amputated. She struggled to keep up with her friends who could cycle, but through the help of the inclusive cycling centre, Watchtree Wheelers, she's now riding her own bike.
9 October 2014 - 3:27pm
David's story - life after a stroke
David was a keen cyclist until a stroke significantly reduced his mobility and took his speech. After hearing about the All Ability Cycling project, David decided to give it ago, and he never looked back.
26 September 2014 - 4:07pm
Laura's story - cycling for recuperation
Laura was a PE teacher, but a brain tumour triggered a stroke, leaving her paralysed down one side. Find out how an inclusive cycling centre helped her.
15 September 2014 - 10:41am
Working at Wyre Wheels lifts Angela’s spirits
Angela’s mental health problems had left her feeling depressed and she shunned social situations. However, volunteering at Wyre Wheels has given Angela her life back; her confidence is up and she enjoys socialising again.
3 September 2014 - 4:14pm
Lindsay's life was transformed by an accident that left her paralysed from the chest down. Now, with the help of an inclusive cycling centre, her fitness levels have improved so much she has become a personal trainer.
14 August 2014 - 1:06pm
The transforming power of cycling
Children of all ages and abilities are offered the chance to ride all-ability cycles through Alice Holt Forest in Hampshire. CTC's Kay Lakin went along for a session to see the huge smiles on their faces.
21 August 2013 - 3:22pm
Cycling after a Stroke
The sight of his three professional quality bikes hung up in the garage was a constant reminder of what David Watts was missing following a stroke.
10 January 2013 - 12:23pm
Cycling back to health after a stroke
After suffering from a stroke, Ken Robinson has rekindled his passion for cycling and with some help and support from CTC's Cycling Development Officer in Sheffield Steve Marsden he's pedalling once more.
16 October 2012 - 2:50pm
Amanda pedals through the pain of CRPS
Not so long ago, our Swindon Champion, Anna Cipullo, wrote a blog about Amanda Nelson detailing a strong independent women determined to battle through complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) in order to continue cycling.
2 May 2012 - 4:37pm
Nigel Mansell meets Camden all ability cyclists
Former World Champion racing driver Nigel Mansell recently presented Bike Club certificates to Andrew Omoding and Fatima, both members of The Camden Society Bike Club for All Abilities.
16 April 2012 - 11:43am
Cycling for autistic young people at Alice Holt Forest
A group of young people on the autistic spectrum get so much out of the cycling at Alice Holt Forest. Although many can't speak, you don't have to guess what cycling means to them, their faces say it all!