Earlier this year saw the launch of British Cycling’s new inclusive cycling programme, Limitless. Scottish Cycling clubs, groups and organisations are playing a pivotal role in this new programme, with three clubs successfully joining the programme and with interest from many more.
What is Limitless?
The aims of Limitless are to break down barriers and make cycling truly inclusive for everyone, by creating a pathway for disabled people into all forms of cycling. Limitless will see a network of inclusive cycling clubs around the country, identified as Limitless Champion Clubs and Limitless Focus Clubs. Limitless Race Days will also offer access to entry-level competitive activity for disabled riders. Limitless is inspiring change; it is creating an open learning environment for clubs, coaches and volunteers and ultimately creating inclusive and welcoming cycling clubs and groups. Limitless aims to develop rider potential, from confidence and fitness, to skill and technique, and enhancing the current opportunities for disabled riders.
Introducing our Limitless Champion Clubs and Focus Clubs. Limitless Champion Clubs
Champion Clubs and Groups embrace inclusivity and are committed to creating a welcoming club with inclusion underpinning all aspects of club activity. Champion Clubs and Groups will form the entry-level network of inclusive clubs and groups in the Limitless programme. Dunfermline Cycling Club and Ythan Cycle Club are the first Limitless Champion Clubs in Scotland. Both clubs have demonstrated a strong commitment to creating an inclusive club and providing opportunities for disabled riders.
When outlining why Dunfermline Cycling Club were keen to be a […]