Bikes without barriers is an adapted cycling programme taking place in the City of Stirling. Developed and delivered in partnership with Active Stirling and Forth Valley Disability Sport, with support from Stirling Council.

The programme aims to provide opportunities for adults aged 16yrs+, 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.

Let’s take a look at the programme with Vikki
Bikes without barriers block details

Sign up to a 6-week programme, with sessions on every Tuesday!

Venue: The PEAK/Forthbank*

Age: 16years+

Cost: £3.50 per session

Tuesday 20 February - Tuesday 26 MarchSession 1: 11.00am-12.00pm

Session 2: 12.00pm-1.00pm

Session 3: 1.00pm-2.00pm

*During the winter months, our sessions will take place at The PEAK, sportshall

How to book

Participants can sign up by emailing our team at

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Bikes without barriers team

Christopher McKenna

Community Activation Officer

Victoria Galbraith

Physical Activities Inclusion Officer