Our Ride for All means just that – a cycle ride which includes everyone, all abilities and all ages and we are inviting you to saddle up and join us to show your support for inclusive cycling on Saturday June 8th.
The ride will take in iconic landmarks of Cardiff – City Hall, the Castle, Callaghan Square, Wales Millennium Centre, the Senedd, the Barrage – so we can show off how important Pedal Power is to the capital city of Wales.
The ride is divided into three routes. Route A which is 1.5 miles takes you from City hall to Cardiff Castle and then finish at Cardiff Pedal Power. Route B follows route A until Cardiff Castle, splits here to take you to the Senedd and is 2.5miles where people can join or leave the ride to go on around the barrage and back to Pedal Power for a full 9 miles route.
This years ride has kindly be sponsored by Tomcat, who make fantastic trikes, some of which will be available on the day.
Ride starts at 1pm at City Hall
We will leave here at 1.45pm to reach Cardiff Castle for 2pm
Route A riders will then head to Pedal Power in Pontcanna for 2.30pm
Route B riders will head to the Senedd arriving around 3pm. where people can join and leave the ride
Route B then continues around the barrage and using the Taff Trail arriving back at Pedal Power for 4pm
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Tomcat SNI Ltd design and custom build high quality special
needs tricycles for people from the age of 2 years through
to adult. Prolific innovators of special needs cycling, Tomcat
have invented Full Carer Control (breaking and steering
from the rear), the Quick-Release Frame, the swivel saddle
and over 30 more features and support systems. Tomcat’s
innovative engineering has been developed alongside the
UK’s leading organisations for Cerebral Palsy, blindness
and learning difficulties. Tomcat Trikes enable those with
physical, visual or behavioural difficulties to cycle anywhere
and everywhere in complete safety, bringing the benefits of
exercise, independence and enjoyment to more people than
ever before. to find out more visit www.tomcatuk.org