Big Birmingham Bikes is proud to announce a working partnership with Cycling Projects – Wheels for All to develop a 'Wheels for All' Centre for people with disabilities or differing needs across the city.
Wheels for All is proud to announce a working partnership with Birmingham City Council to develop a “Wheels for All” Centre for people with disabilities or differing needs across the city. It’s free to attend, so please come along & be part of this exciting opportunity to:
Try out a wide range of adapted cycles (with the support from CP staff)
Find out about future WFA sessions planned at Small Heath
Summer is here, and there's nothing like a bike for getting you out and about in the warm sunshine. To help you, Push Bikes, will be providing an Information Event for the full nine days of Bike Week 2015.
Birmingham Cycle Revolution is welcoming back their award winning Birmingham Exchanging Places campaign with an event in Sutton Park.
From 10.00am to 3.00pm the team will be at Boldmere Gate entrance, Sutton Park offering members of the public the chance to sit in the driver's seat of a HGV and experience first-hand the blind spots faced by drivers of large vehicles.
Graham Hankins, of Push Bikes, the Birmingham Cycling Campaign, is holding two 'Discover Cycling' evenings in the Red Room of the Moseley Exchange on the 17th and 24th March from 7pm until 9pm, all welcome.
Whether you are an experienced cyclist or yet to own your first bike, 'Discover Cycling' will show how to choose a bike, explain simple adjustments, demonstrate puncture repair and take the mystery out of all those gears!