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The illustration shows three types of adapted bikes. One is a go-cart style bike. The other two bikes are tricycles.

British Cycling to open new Disability Hub in Leeds

British Cycling has announced that a new HSBC UK Disability Hub site will open later this month at the newly-built Brownlee Centre and Cycle Circuit at the University of Leeds.
The University is working in partnership with British Cycling to host a new disability hub for the region, which will provide dedicated para-cycling coaching session for riders who want to keep fit, have fun and improve their performance.

The sessions, led by British Cycling Go-Ride coaches and supported by local volunteers who help riders to achieve a variety of goals,whether this is to get into a new sport, improve fitness and confidence on a bike, rehabilitation from injury or to train for a competition.
As part of these sessions, participants will be able to access our fleet of adapted bikes which include 6 tandems, 3 trikes and 3 hand-cycles,making the new disability hub sessions accessible for those who don’t have access to their own bike.
These monthly sessions will begin at the Brownlee Centre on Sunday May 21 between 10am and 12pm.

The sessions will cost just £2 if you book online in advance or £5 on the day, with groups typically focusing on improving fitness, technique and confidence. These sessions run monthly throughout the year with all dates listed in the events section of the British Cycling website.