Where can I find more information on cycling and tandem cycling?

British Cycling also has a number of disability hubs in locations across the country. The disability cycling sessions at these clubs are run by British Cycling Go-Ride coaches and focus on developing technique, fitness and confidence.

Tandem bikes are designed for two people, both riders pedal but only the front rider steers the bike. Blind and partially sighted people can ride tandems with a sighted person as the front rider.

Charlotte's Tandems are a free nationwide tandem lending/borrowing service for people with disabilities or additional needs. Their website also has list of other organisations that might be useful:

There are also numerous groups who run tandem cycling events across the country:

You can also find tandem clubs on the Cycling UK website. The search facility their website, allows you to filter for rides specifically designed for people with disabilities.

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