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Active Fife All-Ability Bike Night
Website: Active Fife
On Tuesday evenings two discrete sessions for people with a disability/additional support need takes place at Lochore Meadows Outdoor Education Centre. The sessions run between April (after the Easter school holidays) and the first week in October during school terms only.
The first Tuesday session runs between 5.30pm-6.30pm and gives families/carers and the cyclist with a disability supported access to the full range of adapted and mainstream bikes. They are then able to use these bikes for a recreational cycle around the park either with or without a volunteer. Everyone attending for the first time will attend the 5.30pm session initially. The second Tuesday session runs between 7pm-8pm and is coach led.
Both sessions are available for individuals who are at beginner, intermediate or advanced level and cost £3.00 per session, carers go free. The ideal age for the Bike Night is 14+ years, anyone younger may be able to be accommodated with support from family or carers.
Anyone interested in attending the Bike Night need to register using the attached document. Completed forms should be returned to Active Fife at the address below, or, to the e-mail address email@example.com
Hiring Bikes for Use at Lochore Meadows
Lochore Meadows outdoor education centre in Crosshill has a stock of adapted bikes suitable for individuals who have a variety of ability levels. It is possible to hire the adapted and mainstream bikes during the Lochore Meadows outdoor education centre opening hours. This costs £3 for each bike and is non instructor led. Lochore Meadows can be contacted directly on 01592 583388 to book a bike.
Published by: Fife Council
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|Cost per cyclist. Carers go free.||£3.00|