We run dedicated coaching sessions for disabled riders who want to keep fit, have fun and improve performance through regular interaction with professional Go-Ride Coaches. Both experienced and new riders of any age will be eligible to attend the sessions, which are open to disabled riders. British Cycling has a fleet of 2 wheeled bikes for riders to borrow along with some adapted bikes at the venue including handcycles and trikes. Riders should contact the coach beforehand to discuss their individual needs. Contact Jimmy McCormack on 07534281266 or firstname.lastname@example.org beforehand to discuss their aspirations and requirements for the session.
Inclusive Sport and Activity Plymouth (ISAP) works to support more disabled people in the city to take part in sport and exercise. The strategic group currently consists of several organisations, including Plymouth City Council, Active Devon and Improving Lives Plymouth. The group meets regularly to look at what is going on in the city and to identify any gaps in activity provision. Inclusive Sport and Activity Plymouth also aims to identify, and provide solutions to the challenges and barriers faced by people with disabilities who are participating in sport. Their vision is that there is the opportunity for every disabled person in Plymouth to enjoy participating in sports and physical activity. Inclusive Sport and Activity Plymouth is always interested to hear from any organisation that has a vested interest in developing disability sport.
Our trampoline club provide sessions for disabled adults and children. All our disabilities are included in all of our session alongside mainstream performers and have the opportunity to go onto compete into regional and national level competitions. Learning and adapting the skills on the trampoline to meet the needs of the individual
Learn Japanese Ju-Jitsu in a fun and friendly environment. Open to all ages, abilities and both sexes. No previous experience required. No special equipment required initially.
Sport group for young disabled people aged 13+ based in Bury.
Fun inclusive cycling for any ability, age or background that make positive changes to health and well-being
The LimbPower Games is designed to guide and support new amputees and individuals with limb impairments and individuals new to physical activity and sport to take part in sport and reap the physical, psychological and social benefits. Among the sports on offer this year are: Athletics (track & field), cycling, archery, tennis, badminton, swimming, shooting, Wheelchair basketball, cricket, sitting volleyball, football and a climbing wall.
LimbPower are a National Disability Sports Organisation engaging adults and children with an amputation and individuals with limb impairments in physical activity, sport and arts events, covering many Paralympic sports and para dance. We organise the annual LimbPower Games at Stoke Mandeville Stadium and the annual Junior Games also at Stoke Mandeville Stadium. We organise single sports days and multisport days across the country, as well as Introduction to Physical Activity and Sports workshops for over 18s and Fundamnetal Skills workshops for under 18s. We have created 30 resources and videos to support newly disabled individuals on their physical activity journey, these resources have been created with healthcare professionals and sports coaches to ensure that they are correct and relevant to amputees and individuals with limb impairments. All of our physical activities are run by qualified coaches and instructors, with experience of working with individuals with a physical disability. You can read about all of our events and activities on our general website www.limbpower.com or on our families and children's website www.limbformation.com
Aimed at wheelchair specific triathlon, but you can just do single event race chair or handcycle or swim. You do not have to compete, some do it for social and exercise reasons. We might in most cases be able to let you have a go in our club equipment. You can just come along and watch one of two training sessions every week, Thursday and Sunday at 11am, both usually at the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, VeloPark. Postcode E20 1HB, a 1 mile traffic free tarmac cycle track.