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Inclusive Cycling in Chichester with Cycall from Worthing

Rob and Martine Walters are the driving force behind Cycall in Worthing.

Cycall provide adapted cycles for disabled adults and children or anyone with a health issue which prevents them from accessing cycling. They have a track at Brooklands Park which runs for a third of a mile and they often provide rides along Worthing sea front.

On Saturday 25th Jan 2020 Bill and Sarah Sharp and Mark Record met up with Rob to explore the potential for inclusive cycling in Chichester.

We cycled from Chichester to West Dean on Centurion Way and found that despite there being bollards at Lavant, there is a way of unlocking an alternative route suitable for trikes and wider pedal powered vehicles.

Rob seemed impresses with the good surface and enjoyable ride that is provided by Centurion Way. The biggest problem appears to be negotiating the steps at the West Dean end of the path. We will contact local land owners to ask if it is possible to have a key that will allow an alternative route for path users who cannot easily use the steps.

If you know anyone who would like to get involved with inclusive cycling in Worthing, drop Martine Walters a line.

Martine Walters
Director (Voluntary)
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