IYSF recently support Grampian Disability Sport's (GDS) application for funding to purchase a 20ft steel shipping container to store new adapted cycling equipment.
Without the container this project could not have been set up as such equipment requires a large amount of storage space, which is otherwise unavailable in the location sought.
The adapted cycling equipment is part of GDS's Get Out Get Active Project. Eight staff and volunteers have been trained to become adapted cycling leaders.
As part of GDS's Get Out Get Active project, the next goals in respect of the adapting cycling resources are to:
(a) set up regular sessions from the Garioch Sports Centre; and
(b) promote the availability of the adapted cycling facility to the local community.
The adapted cycling equipment will allow families to hire the equipment and enjoy the sport of cycling at a time that is convenient for them.
You can find out more information about Grampian Disability Sport here.
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