Help us make cycling even more inclusive and accessible
Published 15 October 2012
Share your views, and help British Cycling ensure even more cycling opportunities are inclusive and accessible.
Participation in cycling by people with a disability has increased by over 20% since 2008. Currently there are 200,000 people with a long term limiting disability cycling once per week. Cycling is one of the most inclusive and accessible sports. British Cycling wants to lead developments in this area, with our partners and stakeholders.
We offer a whole range of inclusive and accessible ways for everybody to get involved in cycling, from big one-off events, to weekly local led-rides, Go-Ride clubs for under-16s, competitive events, as well as courses and training. However, we're aware that there is more we can do to improve both the provision and promotion of cycling to further increase the number of people with a disability who enjoy cycling.
This short survey allows you to have your say on how the accessibility of cycling can be improved.
If you would prefer to provide your feedback another way, or have any questions about the survey, please call 0161 274 2049. One of our team will be happy to talk to you about your experiences and recommendations for the future. Thank you.