Good Morning Everyone, we were hoping to commence our CYCALL season with an Easter Special on Easter Saturday. We feel that it would be very unwise to run our sessions given the current situation with regards to Corona Virus. Many of our participants are in the 'at-risk' category due to long-term health conditions. I will continue to work on grant applications to secure funding for some lovely new bikes. As soon as we feel it is safe to start our sessions we will let you know via our Facebook Page. We are sending our love to all of you at this very difficult time. Thank you for your support.
Providing adapted cycles for disabled adults and children or anyone with a health issue which prevents them from accessing cycling.
Cycling that involves the whole family and friends of the participant for an inclusive experience. Take the time to slow down, share stories and enjoy our beautiful surroundings.
CYCALL will provide a a companion 'buddy' rider for anyone who finds themselves socially isolated due to age, disability or illness such as Dementia. 'Buddy' riders will also be available for anyone who would benefit from a supported CYCALL ride.
There is disabled parking near the 'CYCALL' track. If you enter via the main entrance for Brooklands Park and head to the top of the park there are Blue Badge Parking Spaces. Cross over the Southern Water access road. You will find the 'CYCALL' track through the yellow barrier. Look out for our Gazebo and Feather Flag. If you experience any problems finding us please call Martine on 07784918122
We are delighted to be able to offer adapted cycling sessions to individual, groups or organisations who would like to pre-book a weekday session. We aim to make all of our sessions an opportunity for social interaction and friendship. We will provide light refreshments. Please email email@example.com or call Martine on 07784918122
CYCALL is run by a group of volunteers. All volunteers will have undergone an enhanced DBS check and Safeguarding Training. There will be a First Aider available at CYCALL rides.
Our volunteers have all undergone Dementia Awareness Training and we are proud to be a Dementia Friendly organisation.
We have a Van Raam Side By Side Trike which can seat 2/4 people. Rob will 'pilot' the bike. We also have 3 specially adapted children's trikes which are suitable for children over 7 years old and have carer control. Due to our insurance we are unable to allow children under the age of 7 to participate.
Our Fun To Go and Fun Train can take up to 3 passengers. Rob, one of our volunteers will act as Pilot....don't worry it has electric assistance. Accessibility features include rotatable seats, a 4 point harness or a lap belt, no threshold to step over, optional footplates and freewheel.
Our Trakker Trike is suitable for older children and teenagers. It has carer control. For more info on the Theraplay Trakker Trike and to check it's suitability please visit the Theraplay website. https://www.theraplay.co.uk/tracker-20/c-24/c-95/p-114
The Panther Tricycle is extremely robust, stable and is the largest tricycle of our Quest 88 children's tricycles. It is suitable for boys and girls from the age of 7 to approximately 12 years. For more info on the Panther Quest 88 Trike and to check its suitability please visit the Quest 88 website,
To find out more about the Tomcat Trike please visit https://tomcatuk.org/trikes/
This trike was kindly donated as part of 'Give and Take' Scheme. When a child outgrows their Tomcat, most people want to see it go to a good home where it can benefit others. The “Give and Take” scheme does just that.
Sturdy, stylish and great fun! To find out more about this trike visit the Mission Bikes website https://missioncycles.co.uk/product/mx/
We now have a Van Raam Wheelchair Transporter...don't worry it has electric assist to help the pilot! The Velo Plus wheelchair bike Van Raam is especially suitable for wheelchair users who remain seated in their own wheelchair while cycling.
Donated by Durrington Community Cycle Project.
Designed specifically for children aged 4 to 9, the Robin is robust tricycle that is built to last. The chunky steel frame is constructed by hand before being given a beautiful coat of oven-baked paint, meaning it can stand up to even the roughest of treatment.
Everything about the Robin has been thoughtfully put together for comfort and safety: the steering stop combines with the powerful front calliper brake to provide stability and control, the single speed fixed gear is easy to pedal without complication, the wide padded saddle is at once comfortable and supportive, and the moulded plastic wheels and fully enclosed chaincase prevent any injury to wandering hands.
The pedals even come with toe straps to keep your little rider securely in place, safe in the knowledge that the three-wheeled layout gives them the stability they need to truly enjoy their early cycling adventures.
The Robin is the perfect companion that offers a supportive ride and will leave you and your family with many happy years of playful riding memories.
Enjoy the freedom of two wheels with the safety and stability of three. Adult tricycles are the easiest way to get back into cycling. Ideal if you have mobility or balance issues, providing a smooth and enjoyable ride for both novice and experienced cyclists. We also have a Jorvik trike without electric assistance.
The Solo has proved a very popular tricycle with the elderly and physically challenged with a low step over, only 6 inches from the ground, making it easy to mount and dismount.
The Solo trike is an ideal size for riders with leg measurements of 26-34″ (66-86cm)
Great fun was had by all at the CYCALL Quiz Night in October. Kindly arranged by Kingsley Coffee Shop in Ferring. We raised an amazing £350.
Ferring Co-op donated £1000 - a great start to our fundraising.
CYCALL received a cheque for £1500 from Worthing Community Chest.
CYCALL has been awarded a grant of £10000.
In 2018 CYCALL has attended
Guess the weight of the turkey (aka Rob)
Rob dressed up (again!) at Mutts Dog Show 2018
We had great fun toasting marshmallows at 'Carols In The Stable, Ferring Country Centre.
On a very cold day, we headed up to Gloucester to test drive the bikes. We had so much fun and were really inspired by the team at Tomcat SNI.
Van Raam 'Fun To Go' Side by Side Trike
Rob and Tanya testing out the Van Raam 'Velo Plus' Wheelchair Transporter
We have created CYCALL to offer disabled children and adults or people with a health issue the chance to experience cycling using adapted bicycles. All of the bicycles will be suitable for the participant to cycle with a friend, a carer or family member/s. The aim of CYCALL sessions is to improve the confidence, health and well -being of all involved.
CYCALL has been set up as a Community Interest Company (C.I.C) and will operate as a not-for -profit organisation.
CYCALL is run by a team of volunteers. There will be no charge for the use of the bicycles, although donations will be very welcome.
I am a wheelchair user and have an interest in promoting inclusive activities for the whole family.
CYCALL rides will be based around the key principles of GENEROSITY, KINDNESS & FUN
CYCALL rides will bring JOY & REWARDS to all participants and volunteers
CYCALL rides will create new and positive RELATIONSHIPS