Bikes without barriers
Bikes without barriers is an adapted cycling pilot programme taking place in the City of Stirling. Developed and delivered in partnership with Active Stirling, Fabb Blazing Saddles and Forth Valley Disability Sport, with support from Stirling Council.
The programme aims to provide FREE opportunities for adults aged 12yrs+, living with a disability or who face barriers to participating in cycling to enjoy the sense of exhilaration and fun that can be experienced through cycling. The programme has been developed with a focus on participants having fun, building confidence and learning new skills through social weekly cycles, experiencing the beautiful local surroundings in a new way.
Weekly adapted cycling sessions

From July - September 2019, our first block of adapted cycle sessions were delivered from Forthbank Stadium. The sessions were a great success with 32 participants experiencing cycling with the support of our eight trained adapted cycle leaders. As a result we extended the block from an originally planned six weeks, to nine.

Read all about our pilot here – Press Release (Monday 23 September 2019)

We are currently putting plans in place for more sessions to be delivered across Stirling next year.
To keep up to date on this progress, please join our Facebook group here Active Stirling - Bikes without barriers.
For any enquiries about the programme please email Christopher McKenna at or call 0300 028 0050.
Falkirk GOGA Cycling Case Study: