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
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
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.