British Cycling takes order of adapted equipment for two new disability hubs

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British Cycling has invested in a sizable range of adapted equipment as part of its two new HSBC UK Disabiltiy Hubs in London.

The group took order of specialist equipment including handcycles, tandems, trikes and bikes to support a range of impairment.

This spring, Herne Hill Velodrome and Lee Valley VeloPark will begin running monthly sessions for people with disabilties.

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In 2016 the existing network of six hubs welcomed over 1,000 riders to traffic free locations across the country and these new sites will help to provide more accessible coaching at inspiring cycle sport sites in the capital.

Paralympic gold medallist, Megan Giglia, commented on the news: “British Cycling opening a couple of new disability hubs in the spring is a really exciting opportunity because it is promoting disability sport and cycling.

Disability hub sessions are organised and delivered by British Cycling coaches on dedicated cycling facilities, offering support for people with disabilities to improve their fitness, technique and confidence.

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