Following on from the success of two previous visits to Stornoway in 2016 and 2017, the Highland Cycle Ability Centre is returning to Lewis with a range of adapted cycles for people of all abilities to get cycling.

The Highland Cycle Ability Centre, based in Cantray near Inverness, attracts over 3,000 visitors annually and caters in particular for people with disabilities. Many individuals and groups from local schools, day centres and support organisations visit regularly throughout the year and the Manager at the Highland Cycle Ability Centre, Gareth Jenkins, is looking forward to once again bringing their Outreach service to Lewis. He said,

“We have always received the warmest of welcomes when visiting Lewis. It is so rewarding to see people taking the opportunity to cycle on our specialised cycles and we are really hoping to see lots of new people turn out, as well as our friends from Macauley College, Sandwickhill Learning Centre and Ardseileach Centre.”   

The Highland Cycle Ability Centre will be offering free sessions on a drop-in basis as follows:

Fri 15th June:   1.30pm – 5pm (Lewis Sports Centre)

Sat 16th June:   9am – 5pm (Bayhead Bridge Centre)  

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