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POWERING DISABILITY CYCLING IN THE UK
The UK Handcycling Association
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The next taster day is on the weekend of the 9th September. If you’re looking to try a handcycle out or would like to have a ride with other handcyclists, please come along.

Where would you like to go today?


  • Handcycle Trees
  • Hand Cycle on the Snow
  • Handcycle Offroad Summer
  • HandCycle Seaview Touring
  • Handcycles Racing Palm Trees
  • HandCycles Racing Track
  • Hills Handcycles summertime

Above all, HandCycling is fun. So go on, get on your handbike and come join us!


The Handcycling Association of The UK (HandcyclingUK) is a charity (Reg no: 1096646) that promotes handcycling as a sport and as a recreational activity. Handbiking is great exercise and helps keep you in good physical shape. You can be as competitive as you like or just ride your hand bike socially with your family and friends.
We support handcycle racing in Britain and in Europe, British handcyclists are pioneering downhill and other scary off-road activities and we organise our own longer distance road riding events where a group of hand cyclists will meet up for a ride. You can find more information on the Racing, Off Road or On the Road pages.


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Taster Days

Taster Days

We organise regular handcycle weekends at Stoke Mandeville, a fabulous opportunity to try a handcycle, each year they're a great success.

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Get Active

Get Active

Looking to get more out of your HandCycling? Or perhaps looking for a new sport? You may even be looking to start out in a sport, there's many options for you with handcycling.

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Racing

Events

Got that competitive spirit? Or would just like to have a ride out with other cyclists or handcyclists? Check out our events page.

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Off Road

Fundraising

We need your help! HCAUK is a small charity that strives to provide a route into disability cycling for the young, the old, male and female riders. Would you like to help raise money for us?

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Well the bike works in the snow but I did spin out a few times 😀 ...

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Hello

I am selling my top end force R handbike, I’ll be sad to see it go however I am moving on to leg cycling. The reason for this is that I have mild cerebral palsy and was previously unable to use leg pedals because they were not flexible enough. Due to my cerebral palsy I’ve had leg stiffness.

So now that has gone I want to keep them in shape buying a leg trike. Due to storage and for budget reasons I’m looking to sell this hand bike in its place. It is a very sleek and aerodynamic bike with an aluminium frame. It is pretty lightweight (18kg) and very aerodynamic.

You will be able to pedal along the road pretty fast in this considering it’s a handbike. Low ground clearance means less drag, just be careful over bumps because the underside of the bike can sometimes catch on them. So there are a few scratches underneath along with on the side where some paint has chipped away.

The bike can be adjusted in numerous ways to suit your height. You can adjust the backrest angle, the position of the seat and also the legrests. These legrests have scratched on the paintwork a little.

Finally as a bonus the bike comes with Q rings to get rid of deadspots when pedalling. The bike has quality continental tyres and is equipped with some fine American classic wheels which come with buying the handbike. The handbrake catches on the tyre but you only need to use this when coming to a stop.

Finally there are a few extras, a safety flag for visibility. Continental gatorskins for winter riding, a small bag to carry spares at the back and bottle cage. The bike has been serviced very recently

Enjoy the bike, I’ve ridden many miles on this and have had little trouble. Buyer collects although can arrange drop off if near the Southampton area. Can add more pics if people want them.

Looking for ~£1500
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