Tag Archives: cycling

Cycling: Ride Side-by-Side – Wed 26 May

Photo of an Ride side by side ebike with a sighted masked pilot, and passenger with one free seat available, they are in a park with blue sky. At the back of the bike there is a banner with the text saying Visually Impared cyclists - Cycling Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks & Metro!
Venue:
Various: in West London. Or
pick up from Latimer Road Tube Station.
Time:
Session 1 = 9.30 am to 11 am - Session 2 = 11.30 am to 1 pm
Phone:
Date:
26th May 2021
Cost:
FREE - Thanks to the the Edward Gostling Foundation 


Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks and Metro Blind Sport

Ride Side-by-Side is about getting blind and partially sighted people around the West London area by pedalling (or choosing not to pedal) on e-cycles making trips of their choice, solving their transport problems, interacting socially, and most importantly, getting some exercise.

Metro Blind Sport has partnered with Bikeworks, to deliver Ride Side-by-Side to enable local blind and partially sighted residents in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and the east of Ealing to make short trips, to keep appointments, visit the shops or make social visits on a Side-By-Side cycle, accompanied by a trained rider (pilot).

Date: Wednesday 26 May 2021
The sessions will then occur every week after that for the foreseeable future.

Times:

  • Session 1 is from 9.30 am until 11 am.
  • Session 2 is from 11.30 am until 1 pm.

Location:  West London.

Meeting place:

Various, as it could be people’s homes. If you are a resident in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and the east of Ealing, then the Bikeworks pilot may come and collect you on the cycle from your home and drop you back again.

For those travelling to the area from other parts of London then the meeting place will be Latimer Road Tube Station.

Contact:  

If you are keen to come along then please email Martin
martin.symcox@metroblindsport.org and we will then register your interest and connect you to Bikeworks in the coming days. The first week sessions are nearly all booked up so get in contact soon to book your place

Thank you to the generosity of The Edward Gostling Foundation this project is fully funded and is free to those who attend the cycling sessions.

 

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Cycling: Ride Side-by-Side – Wed 19 May

Photo of an Ride side by side ebike with a sighted masked pilot, and passenger with one free seat available, they are in a park with blue sky. At the back of the bike there is a banner with the text saying Visually Impared cyclists - Cycling Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks & Metro!
Venue:
Various: in West London. Or
pick up from Latimer Road Tube Station.
Time:
Session 1 = 9.30 am to 11 am - Session 2 = 11.30 am to 1 pm
Phone:
Date:
19th May 2021
Cost:
FREE - Thanks to the the Edward Gostling Foundation 


Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks and Metro Blind Sport

Ride Side-by-Side is about getting blind and partially sighted people around the West London area by pedalling (or choosing not to pedal) on e-cycles making trips of their choice, solving their transport problems, interacting socially, and most importantly, getting some exercise.

Metro Blind Sport has partnered with Bikeworks, to deliver Ride Side-by-Side to enable local blind and partially sighted residents in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and the east of Ealing to make short trips, to keep appointments, visit the shops or make social visits on a Side-By-Side cycle, accompanied by a trained rider (pilot).

Date: Wednesday 19 May 2021
The sessions will then occur every week after that for the foreseeable future.

Times:

  • Session 1 is from 9.30 am until 11 am.
  • Session 2 is from 11.30 am until 1 pm.

Location:  West London.

Meeting place:

Various, as it could be people’s homes. If you are a resident in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and the east of Ealing, then the Bikeworks pilot may come and collect you on the cycle from your home and drop you back again.

For those travelling to the area from other parts of London then the meeting place will be Latimer Road Tube Station.

Contact:  

If you are keen to come along then please email Martin
martin.symcox@metroblindsport.org and we will then register your interest and connect you to Bikeworks in the coming days. The first week sessions are nearly all booked up so get in contact soon to book your place

Thank you to the generosity of The Edward Gostling Foundation this project is fully funded and is free to those who attend the cycling sessions.

 

Metro Blind Sports Links & Social Networks

Get all the latest blind & partially sighted event information & news as soon as we do!

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Cycling: Ride Side-by-Side – Wed 12 May

Photo of an Ride side by side ebike with a sighted masked pilot, and passenger with one free seat available, they are in a park with blue sky. At the back of the bike there is a banner with the text saying Visually Impared cyclists - Cycling Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks & Metro!
Venue:
Various: in West London. Or
pick up from Latimer Road Tube Station.
Time:
Session 1 = 9.30 am to 11 am - Session 2 = 11.30 am to 1 pm
Phone:
Date:
12th May 2021
Cost:
FREE - Thanks to the the Edward Gostling Foundation 


Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks and Metro Blind Sport

Ride Side-by-Side is about getting blind and partially sighted people around the West London area by pedalling (or choosing not to pedal) on e-cycles making trips of their choice, solving their transport problems, interacting socially, and most importantly, getting some exercise.

Metro Blind Sport has partnered with Bikeworks, to deliver Ride Side-by-Side to enable local blind and partially sighted residents in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and the east of Ealing to make short trips, to keep appointments, visit the shops or make social visits on a Side-By-Side cycle, accompanied by a trained rider (pilot).

Date: Wednesday 12 May 2021
The sessions will then occur every week after that for the foreseeable future.

Times:

  • Session 1 is from 9.30 am until 11 am.
  • Session 2 is from 11.30 am until 1 pm.

Location:  West London.

Meeting place:

Various, as it could be people’s homes. If you are a resident in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and the east of Ealing, then the Bikeworks pilot may come and collect you on the cycle from your home and drop you back again.

For those travelling to the area from other parts of London then the meeting place will be Latimer Road Tube Station.

Contact:  

If you are keen to come along then please email Martin
martin.symcox@metroblindsport.org and we will then register your interest and connect you to Bikeworks in the coming days. The first week sessions are nearly all booked up so get in contact soon to book your place

Thank you to the generosity of The Edward Gostling Foundation this project is fully funded and is free to those who attend the cycling sessions.

 

Metro Blind Sports Links & Social Networks

Get all the latest blind & partially sighted event information & news as soon as we do!

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Cycling: Ride Side-by-Side – Wed 5 May

Photo of an Ride side by side ebike with a sighted masked pilot, and passenger with one free seat available, they are in a park with blue sky. At the back of the bike there is a banner with the text saying Visually Impared cyclists - Cycling Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks & Metro!
Venue:
Various: in West London. Or
pick up from Latimer Road Tube Station.
Time:
Session 1 = 9.30 am to 11 am - Session 2 = 11.30 am to 1 pm
Phone:
Date:
05th May 2021
Cost:
FREE - Thanks to the the Edward Gostling Foundation 


Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks and Metro Blind Sport

Ride Side-by-Side is about getting blind and partially sighted people around the West London area by pedalling (or choosing not to pedal) on e-cycles making trips of their choice, solving their transport problems, interacting socially, and most importantly, getting some exercise.

Metro Blind Sport has partnered with Bikeworks, to deliver Ride Side-by-Side to enable local blind and partially sighted residents in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and the east of Ealing to make short trips, to keep appointments, visit the shops or make social visits on a Side-By-Side cycle, accompanied by a trained rider (pilot).

Date: Wednesday 5 May 2021
The sessions will then occur every week after that for the foreseeable future.

Times:

  • Session 1 is from 9.30 am until 11 am.
  • Session 2 is from 11.30 am until 1 pm.

Location:  West London.

Meeting place:

Various, as it could be people’s homes. If you are a resident in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and the east of Ealing, then the Bikeworks pilot may come and collect you on the cycle from your home and drop you back again.

For those travelling to the area from other parts of London then the meeting place will be Latimer Road Tube Station.

Contact:  

If you are keen to come along then please email Martin
martin.symcox@metroblindsport.org and we will then register your interest and connect you to Bikeworks in the coming days. The first week sessions are nearly all booked up so get in contact soon to book your place

Thank you to the generosity of The Edward Gostling Foundation this project is fully funded and is free to those who attend the cycling sessions.

 

Metro Blind Sports Links & Social Networks

Get all the latest blind & partially sighted event information & news as soon as we do!

Metro Blind Sport  Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Instagram  |  LinkedIn

 

Cycling: Ride Side-by-Side – Tues 25 May!

Photo of an Ride side by side ebike with a sighted masked pilot, and passenger with one free seat available, they are in a park with blue sky. At the back of the bike there is a banner with the text saying Visually Impared cyclists - Cycling Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks & Metro!
Venue:
Various: in West London. Or
pick up from Latimer Road Tube Station.
Time:
Session 1 = 9.30 am to 11 am - Session 2 = 11.30 am to 1 pm
Phone:
Date:
25th May 2021
Cost:
FREE - Thanks to the the Edward Gostling Foundation 


Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks and Metro Blind Sport

Ride Side-by-Side is about getting blind and partially sighted people around the West London area by pedalling (or choosing not to pedal) on e-cycles making trips of their choice, solving their transport problems, interacting socially, and most importantly, getting some exercise.

Metro Blind Sport has partnered with Bikeworks, to deliver Ride Side-by-Side to enable local blind and partially sighted residents in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and the east of Ealing to make short trips, to keep appointments, visit the shops or make social visits on a Side-By-Side cycle, accompanied by a trained rider (pilot).

Date: Tuesday 25 May 2021
The sessions will then occur every week after that for the foreseeable future.

Times:

  • Session 1 is from 9.30 am until 11 am.
  • Session 2 is from 11.30 am until 1 pm.

Location:  West London.

Meeting place:

Various, as it could be people’s homes. If you are a resident in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and the east of Ealing, then the Bikeworks pilot may come and collect you on the cycle from your home and drop you back again.

For those travelling to the area from other parts of London then the meeting place will be Latimer Road Tube Station.

Contact:  

If you are keen to come along then please email Martin
martin.symcox@metroblindsport.org and we will then register your interest and connect you to Bikeworks in the coming days. The first week sessions are nearly all booked up so get in contact soon to book your place

Thank you to the generosity of The Edward Gostling Foundation this project is fully funded and is free to those who attend the cycling sessions.

 

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.

 

Metro Blind Sports Links & Social Networks

Get all the latest blind & partially sighted event information & news as soon as we do!

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