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How to take part in adapted cycling

How to take part in adapted cycling

29/01/2019

Adapted cycles make cycling accessible for all, and there are a wide range of cycles which can suit people living with a variety of physical and learning disabilities. There are also wheelchair cycles available which you can ride with a non-disabled friend. Some cycles also utilise hand cranks so that you don’t need to use your legs to get involved in cycling. 

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My travel experiences as a powered wheelchair user

My travel experiences as a powered wheelchair user

22/08/2018

As a full time professional Boccia player with four Paralympic medals to his name, David Smith MBE is no stranger to both domestic and international travel. His trips to Spain, Portugal and other European countries are frequent, with occasional trips to destinations that are further afield, including Hong Kong, Beijing, Rio, Canada and the US. Here he shares with us his top tips for travelling as a wheelchair user.

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Accessible summer plans for wheelchair users

Accessible summer plans for wheelchair users

17/07/2018

In summer the days seem longer and full of opportunity, with endless places to be explored and family memories to be made. Whilst spontaneous days out are great, it often pays to plan ahead, especially if you’re looking for a destination which offers good accessibility for wheelchair users. Here are some ideas of accessible attractions within the UK, including a story centre in London, the chance to get close to wild animals in the Midlands, a traditional sea-side day out and the opportunity to chill out at a spa.

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Accessible Trails in the UK

Accessible Trails in the UK

09/05/2018

With World Environment Day falling on Tuesday 5th June this year (2018) we’re encouraging Quickie users to get outside and enjoy the environment around them with this guide to a selection of accessible rambling routes.

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