Gear change: the real legacy of the government’s cycling vision

Source: Department for Transport, 2020a The government’s recently published vision for walking and cycling “Gear change” (Department for Transport, 2020a)  is a step up from previous announcements on cycling. I think it is a great vision for everybody who cycles and people who'd like to.   Three elements of particular interest to allied health professionals include:… Continue reading Gear change: the real legacy of the government’s cycling vision

Inclusive cycling news from the Bike Expo 2019

Yesterday I headed to Harrogate to the Bike Expo Yorkshire to keep myself up-to-speed on inclusive cycling.  I met cycle retailers from Doncaster, Cuddington and York (all Ice Trike retailers) plus one from Chesterfield (an e-bike specialist), and discovered a Disabled-people led organisation, Experience Community, which organises trips to the countryside for wheelchair users, handcyclists… Continue reading Inclusive cycling news from the Bike Expo 2019

PHE Physical Activity Team – Understanding the evidence webinar.

Please find below details of Public Health England's Physical Activity Team's "Understanding the evidence" webinar . I believe this is of particular interest to academics interested in cycling and disability/ social justice / equality as the authors stated in the report: "There is little specific evidence available on the benefits of walking and cycling for… Continue reading PHE Physical Activity Team – Understanding the evidence webinar.