A cycling hub is set to open in Wolverhampton this month in a bid to get more people on their bikes. Samuel Henry of No Limits to Health will open a cycling hub later this month Samuel Henry, founder of No Limits to Health, is keen to persuade more people to take to their bicycles and as part of his mission a cycle hub is to officially open in Wolverhampton on March 30.
Television presenter and four times world champion Hugh Porter, who also won a Commonweath Gold Medal in 1966, has been invited to perform the opening ceremony for the community interest company at East Park in the city.
The cycle hub will aim to enable more people from across the Black Country to enjoy cycling for the benefit of both their physical health and mental wellbeing.
Samuel Henry, chief executive officer and founder of No Limits to Health, said: "There will be a steel container for bicycles which will be used for activities.
"Children, parents and senior citizens will all be invited to take part in these activities.
"The hub will be centred on East Park, which was donated to the city by a philanthropist, and which has a one-mile perimeter track for cyclists. Samuel Henry of No Limits to Health will open a cycling hub later this month "This is an idea which came about of a regeneration project in 2004 which concentrated on deprived areas such as Blakenhall, All Saints and Parkfields.
"As a member of British Cycling West Midlands Regional […]