Crawley Wheels for Wellbeing is a Crawley Borough Council project funded by West Sussex County Council’s Aiming High for Disabled Children which supports disabled people to cycle in Crawley.
We want to provide the opportunity and facilities for access to cycling for all people in and around Crawley, whatever their age or ability, to help them become more physically active and to improve mental and physical wellbeing.
We focus on making cycling accessible to all. We have a range of inclusive cycles that will make cycling a fun, healthy option for people who might find regular bikes unsuitable. Please see here for pictures and descriptions of our inclusive bicycles.
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Wheels for Wellbeing sessions re-start in April 2018. Further details will be released early 2018.
The Inclusive BMX Track is situated at Cherry Lane, Langley Green , Crawley, RH11 7NX. Sessions are about recreational cycling where people can focus on fun and the health benefits of riding bikes. Come down and visit one of our sessions to see why we are so popular.
To find out more about the Inclusive BMX Track call Crawley Wellbeing Team on 01293 585355.
Crawley Wheels for Wellbeing is a recognised Wheels for All Centre - a nationally recognised programme that embraces all children and adults with disabilities and differing needs, to engage in quality cycling activity. For more information please visit www.cycling.org.uk.
If you like cycling, feel passionate about helping people with a disability, and want to be part of something new, then Wheels for Wellbeing could have the position for you.
Crawley Wellbeing is currently recruiting volunteers and casual instructors to help deliver regular WFW sessions and WFW Special Olympic cycling sessions at the Inclusive BMX Track. Download a volunteer & casual instructor flyer and the volunteer role description for more information. Alternatively contact The Crawley Wellbeing Team on 01293 585350 or email WheelsForWellbeing@crawley.gov.uk
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