The Cornwall Bicycle Project is committed to providing the people in cornwall with opportunities in cycling and cycling related activities, in the St Austell and Clays Area.
Providing cycle skills sessions in the heart of the community targeting adults and families in the Town and Crosby area of Scunthorpe ( identified areas of high physical inactivity levels and an area of deprivation).
In Spring 2019, Jim MacLachlan from TMBSS in Sundorne, Shrewsbury (a pupil referral unit that offers educational support for young people with medical and behavioural issues) with support from Energize established a new after-school cycling club.
Started in July 2018 the project aims to provide residents in some of the most deprived areas of Lancashire with a recycled bike to help encourage them to become active.
Inclusive Cycling in Bedfordshire & Luton goes from strength to strength with 90-100 adults with MLD-SLD & Physical Disabilities using the adapted bikes each month
A Better Tomorrow are an addiction recovery service that work with around 40 adult males to support their journey back into a ‘normal life’. Energize recognised that the addition of a sporting offer to the recovery process could aid peoples recovery and reduce the number of people that relapse during this period.
Over the past 9 months Active Devon, on behalf of Devon County Council, has delivered a successful pilot programme called ‘Active Mums Cycling’.
Active Mums Cycling in Devon is funded by Public Health, Devon Local Sustainable Transport Fund and Active Devon.