Many adults and children with disabilities can take up bike riding in a safe and supportive environment.
You may find cycling and bike riding groups local to you have useful information
Councils often have bicycle group like Campbelltown Council.
We encourage you to reach out to your local Bicycle User Groups and see how they can help support you in bike riding.
If you wish to join a cycling club, mentioning you have an impairment, if you are planning on riding competitively, will ensure your request goes straight to cycling Australia and you should have a classification done right from the beginning.
Sport NSW recognises the social and health benefits associated with participation in sport and active recreation. Sport NSW believes that sport should be accessible to all members of the community.
CPSARA aims to encourage sporting and recreational opportunities for people of all ages with Cerebral Palsy and other neurological conditions.
If you are registered with a disability you may have funding allocated for equipment, such as part of your NDIS package. You may want to consider suitable adaptations to a bike or a specialist cycle to enhance your participation in sport and recreational activities. Such equipment options are unique to each person and therefore should be discussed with your physiotherapist.
More information can be found at TAD Australia.