If you would like to build your confidence riding a bike in a safe off road facility, there are several charities and organisations locally who can help.

The following centres offer cycle training for people with learning and physical difficulties.

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Bristol Family Cycling Centre

Open Monday to Saturday, the Bristol Family Cycling Centre is suitable for people of all ages and disabilities and give you the chance to ride in a traffic-free environment.

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Wheels for All – Bath

An inclusive programme enabling disabled and non-disabled children and adults, with a wide range of social, emotional, physical and learning requirements, to engage in and enjoy cycling.

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Strawberry Line Cycles

Strawberry Line Cycle Project started in 2020 as a not-for-profit community cycle hire. Helping people to be able to get outdoors and active, exploring the Strawberry Line. Offering people with learning disabilities a chance to get meaningful work and vocational training.

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Warmley wheelers – South Glos

Warmley Wheelers, run by Milestones Trust, is a cycling scheme that gives everyone the chance to get into cycling.