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Move & Chat with Sheffield Cycling 4 All

Move & Chat with Sheffield Cycling 4 All

During the Covid-19 outbreak our cycling project Sheffield Cycling 4 All has suspended the cycling sessions offering disabled people the opportunity to ride a wide array of adapted trikes . The good news is we’ve launched a new online exercise session every Wednesday at 11am to help our participants and anyone else who wants to join us, keep fit and well until we’re back cycling together.

Move & Chat offers a fun, gentle online exercise session led by a qualified instructor followed by an optional informal chat with other participants.

These are fully inclusive sessions which are tailored to suit all different abilities and fitness levels. No equipment is needed.

This online exercise session takes place every Wednesday at 11am on Zoom, a free live streaming app/website. Participants will be given a Zoom code, which they can put in to the Zoom app/website to take part in the live exercise session.

We’re also offering 1 on 1 cycling sessions in Hillsborough park on a case by case basis, a trike Loan scheme and sports equipment for your home to keep you active.

All of which if you would like information contact -

To find out more and to collect the Zoom ID, a password and a health questionnaire for you to complete please email info@sheffieldcycling4all.org or call Tom on 07922183338.

The Move and Chat sessions are free of charge but if you would like to make a donation to Disability Sheffield that would be greatly appreciated: information on how to donate.


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