Drumchapel Cycle Hub
Drumchapel Cycle Hub, based at Drumchapel Sports Hub, aim to make cycling accessible and available for all ages and abilities!
About Drumchapel Cycle Hub
We are a community-based project funded by Spirit of 2012 and the Big Bike Revival, operating as part of the Drumchapel Sports Hub.
We aim to make cycling accessible and available for all ages and abilities by providing free bike hire, cycling skills sessions and led rides for families and community groups, to support a healthy, active lifestyle.
We are committed to the development and training of local volunteers, and will liaise with local organisations, services and health professionals in order to promote cycling throughout the community for the benefit of all.
We have a number of weekly group cycling activities that are available for anyone to join and we will also have monthly longer rides for those who want to get out for the day. We have something to suit all ages and abilities. These activities are led and supported by experienced, trained cycle leaders.
Ladies Cycling Group - Every Monday evening from 5.45pm - suitable for Ladies of all ages and abilities.
Adult Cycling - Every Tuesday morning from 10.30am - an easy, gentle accompanied ride for any adults who would like to get out on their bike, especially suitable for older people or those with health considerations. Rides may be 3-5 miles, depending on ability.
Adults Cycling Group - Every Thursday evening from 6.30pm - suitable for all adults and young people age 14+. Our adults cycling group is suitable for confident, competent cyclists who enjoy cycling in a group. Rides will be 15+ miles and may be on cycle paths and/or road.
Family Rides - Every Sunday from 11.00am - suitable for families. All children must be accompanied by an adult and have their own bike. Helmets, adult bikes and baby seat available to borrow. Rides will be 4-7 miles depending on ability, on mostly cycle paths.
Play on Pedals - Drumchapel Cycle Hub are now offering a weekly drop-in session every Sunday at Drumchapel Sports Centre, sessions start at 10am and 10.45am. These sessions are supported by trained instructors. Balance and pedal bikes are available to use, or kids can bring their own. We can also assist by advising on or checking over the kid’s own bikes. There is no need to book. Cost is £1/child. Tea/coffee/juice and biscuits provided.
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195B Drumry Road East,
Glasgow West End G15 8NS
Drumchapel Sports Centre opened in 1975 and is the home to Drumchapel Table Tennis Club, Drumchapel Gymnastics Club, and Drumchapel ABC.
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