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CTC Inclusive Cycling Directory

As part of its work to promote inclusive cycling, CTC has produced an on-line UK-wide directory of cycles and facilities for people who have special needs due to disability or illness.
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If you want to know what opportunities there are for inclusive cycling in your area, CTC is here to help.

Centres which provide access to adapted or specialised bikes/trikes/tandems etc. are now accessible via a UK map on the Inclusive Cycling page of CTC’s website. The directory is aimed at individuals, carers and group organisers who are planning inclusive cycling activities.

Use the directory via the map on the Inclusive Cycling Page

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Inclusive Cycling

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Using an adapted cycle is a fantastic way for everyone to have fun, gain more independence and enjoy a sense of freedom. Whatever type of cycle, adaptation or support you need there is likely to be a solution, whether you have a disability, lack balance or want to improve your confidence.

CTC Affiliated Clubs

CTC, the national cycling charity, is working with Cycling Projects to get more people riding on adapted cycles in England. 
We're building on the excellent network of Wheels for All centres, providing a joined up approach across the country to enable more people than ever to get out and about by bike.
 
By choosing a CTC affiliated club you can be sure of the best equipment, resources and staff.
 
We'll be updating the map below over spring 2014 to reflect the new networ
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