I’ve produced a getting started guide to inclusive cycling for allied health professionals, with links to websites which can help you find your nearest hub and campaigning group. You can download it here.
You can download it here.
The power of inclusive cycling
Cycling mitigates impairment and enhances mobility. For some people cycling is easier than walking. Cycling also provides the benefits of physical exercise such as improved wellbeing, reduced social isolation and less chance of non-communicable diseases. How could it help your patients/ service users/ clients?
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