Project helps older cyclists in Camden and Westminster back on the road
photo Agewell on Wheels founder and cycling instructor Gwen Cook leads a group of over-50s cyclists
The Agewell project in Camden and Westminster has been giving subsidised cycle lessons to groups of older cyclists.
The project provides cycle training and group rides to new and returning people over 50, and participants can sign up for five lessons for only £10.
8 June - 6 July 2010
The Community Centre
21 Castlehaven Road
9 June - 7 July 2010 or 11 June - 9 July
Abbots Manor Estate
Older cyclist Andrew Lis said, "I feel 10 years younger and look forward to my next ride after the stresses of the working day. You do need to get streetwise, however, and that's when a cycling buddy can be a great help."
Founded by cycling instructor Gwen Cook, Agewell on Wheels started in summer 2008 in Hammersmith & Fulham with the help of an LCC-administered grant from the Community Cycling Fund for London.For more information or to register, please contact Rosie Tharp or Lucy Cooper on 020 7234 9310.
Cyclists over 50 might be interested in mid-week rides organised by the Forty Plus CC, www.fortypluscc.co.uk