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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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We've decided to run another Peak District Handcycling Trip from Friday 10th - Sunday 12th November but we need people to book onto this by Wednesday 27th September so that we can confirm or cancel with the accommodation providers.

If you would like to come along, please send me a message.
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Peak District Adapted Cycling and Mountain Trike Weekend

November 10, 2017, 4:00pm - November 12, 2017, 10:00am

We need people to book onto this by Wednesday 27th September so that we can confirm or cancel with the accommodation providers. After the success of our last adapted cycling and Mountain Trike weekend in the Peak District we've decided to run another from Friday 10th - Sunday 12th November. This trip is aimed at all levels of handcyclists and the routes are flat to ensure that everyone can get out and have a great day. This time we've got indoor accommodation near Bakewell in the very heart of the National Park. We'll arrive on the Friday afternoon or eraly evening when people can get fitted up for teh adapted cycles and get to know each other a little better. On the Saturday we'll be riding along the Monsal Trail straight from Thornbridge Outdoors where we're staying and there's even potential to pop down to Hassop Station for tea and cake. On Sunday we'll be riding along the Tissington Trail and stopping somewhere for lunch before returning to our cars and heading home. The trip includes accommodation, breakfast, lunch and evening meals, pre-checked led-rides with buddy support, ride insurance and of course our mechanical wizard for when you break your bike! We have several off-road handcycles, KMX Karts and Mountain Trikes that can be borrowed on a first come first served basis. Contribution: £140 for handcyclists & £100 for non-disabled riding buddies. For further information or to book your place, please email us on events@experiencecommunity.co.uk

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This is what happens when yr arm taps the back wheel at 45 mph ...

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