Ride Side-by-Side E-bike rides are made possible by The London Mayor’s Sport Unites fund, and are available every week! Booking Required. Providing blind and partially sighted people with a safe and enjoyable opportunity to get out cycling across the city and its many green spaces.
Collect some shopping, visit a place of interest or just go for some exercise – the FREE service is a great new way for people to travel more accessibly around the city 👍
So please do get in contact if you want to attend sessions. We would love to welcome you along, please contact Nikki Ray from Bikeworks Nikki.Ray@bikeworks.org.uk 07833 757954
There will be two-time slots available on each of the days.
Weekdays session times:
- Session 1 is from 9.30 am until 11 am,
- Session 2 is from 11.30 am until 1 pm.
When we have Weekend session the times are below:
- Session 1 is from 10 am
- Session 2 is from 12 pm
Thanks to the generosity of the London Mayor’s Sport Unites fund, this project is free to those who attend the cycling sessions.
Metro Blind Sport have teamed up with @bikeworksuk to deliver an awesome new opportunity for visually impaired people to get riding side-by-side 🙌
The service collects participants from either Latimer Road Station in West London or from their home if they live locally 🚊 🏡
Bikeworks are looking to arrange sessions in East London
Due to the popularity, Bikeworks are looking to arrange sessions in East London. If there are Metro Blind Sport members living in the boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Hackney, Newham or Waltham Forest who are interested in riding on the side-by-side cycle, please contact Nikki Ray from Bikeworks Nikki.Ray@bikeworks.org.uk 07833 757954, and she will see if it’s possible to set up a group ride.
Ideally, a group ride around Olympic Park would be a really cool, off-road experience for our members. Individual rides may also be available, so please contact Nikki.
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