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Go-Ride British Cycling Disability Hub – Reading

There is an exciting opportunity for people of any age with a physical or learning disability to take part in British Cycling’s New Disability Hub at Palmer Park in Reading. 

British Cycling Disability Hub – Reading

  • HSBC UK Disability Hub is based at Palmer Park Stadium and provides monthly sessions delivered by British Cycling coaches.
  • The disability hub sessions provide monthly traffic-free coaching for people with physical and learning disabilities.
  • The sessions aim to improve rider’s technique, fitness and confidence in a safe, fun and challenging environment.
  • The hub sessions help riders with a range of goals: whether to get into a new sport, meet new friends, improve fitness and confidence on a bike, rehabilitate from injury or train for competition.
  • The Reading disability hub also has a range of adapted equipment on-site which includes handcycles, tandems and trikes, making the sessions accessible for those who don’t have access to their own bike.
  • We also like to encourage all family members to take part in the sessions.

Address: Palmer Park Sports Stadium, Wokingham Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG6 1LF

Time for each session 14:00-16:00

Awaiting dates for 2020 


If you require any further details then please do not hesitate to contact me on 0161 274 2071 or email

Who to contact

0161 274 2071

Where to go

Palmer Park Sports Stadium
Wokingham Road,

Other Details


Age Ranges
All ages

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