Croydon cancellations in June

We would like to inform that due to Sports Days organised at the Arena, we had to cancel our Croydon sessions on:

– Tuesdays: 11th, 18th and 25th
– Fridays: 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th

We apologise for any inconvenience. Information about July cancellations will be posted soon.

Herne Hill cancellations in June

We would like to inform that our cycling session at Herne Hill Velodrome on Monday 10th June has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience.

3 Comments

  • Richard Comaish 12/02/2019 2:35 pm

    I went to Mission Cycles, recently, a disabled trike specialist near Maidstone who let you test ride them. It turned out to be a unit on an industrial estate, and it took us too long finding it and they had gone home.

  • Neil Smith 18/04/2019 8:56 pm

    I can share your experience Richard. I visited Mission Cycles myself (looking for a new trike). I found that it was inaccessible except by car but I called before my visit and they very kindly collected and returned me to the train station.
    If it’s any help, they do sell many of their trikes in London shops and they must be able to advise you where. ‘I do appreciate that this may limit the try before you buy’ option.

    • Richard Comaish 30/05/2019 2:48 pm

      I have never seen trikes for sale in London, Neil. In the event, a friend suggested getting one online, so as to get exactly what I need (light frame, foldable, baskests, etc.). To our surprise, it turned up in boxes marked ‘For Professional Assembly,’ and with a puncture. Further confusion was caused by the fact that there are at least three different cycle shops along the Brighton Road. When I collected the completed tricycle, I pushed it a long way to a tram stop because I have no recent road cycling experience. The trams refused to allow the trike aboard, even tho there was plenty of space, and I explained that it was foldable, and even when I explained to some passing supervisors that there would be dangers trying to get it home otherwise. This resulted in a hair-raising journey home in the rain. I can see no reason why the trike could not be allowed aboard at the drivers’ discretion, and sympathise with a view I have heard from Wheels for Wellbeing re cycles being recognised as a disabled aid.

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