About the TRYcycling Program
TRYcycling is a new program aimed at getting people with disabilities into safe and active recreation. Run by nationally accredited instructors, TRYcycling will cater for all disability groups including those with physical and intellectual disabilities as well as people with vision and hearing loss.
Benefits to participants include increased confidence and independence, while participating in a fun and engaging activity in an inclusive and supportive environment. TRYcycling will be offered at our four ‘TRYcycling Hubs’ in Geelong, Reservoir, Hawthorn and Cranbourne.
About Cycling Victoria
Cycling Victoria, CV, is the peak governing body for both organised competitive, and recreational, cycling within Victoria, Australia.
CV is an affiliate of Cycling Australia (CA) and the UCI (International Cycling Union) and currently has 58 affiliated clubs and over 7000 members throughout Victoria.
Cycling Victoria coordinates the competitive disciplines of road and track cycling at a club and state level and also manages the selection of Victorian Road and Track cycling teams for representation at National Championships.
Cycling Victoria also provides options for Recreational cyclists including a great insurance coverage, plus a calendar of challenging recreational events.
About Reclink Australia
Established over 25 years ago Reclink Australia target groups include some of the community’s most vulnerable and isolated people – those who experience mental illness, disability, homelessness, substance abuse, addictions and social and economic hardship.
Reclink Australia has facilitated cooperative partnerships with a network of over 100 member agencies in Victoria, over 280 member agencies across Australia, delivering over 80,000 participation opportunities to a population under-represented in sport, recreation and arts programs.
Through a range of structured and informal programs, Reclink Australia promotes and delivers the health, social inclusion and economic benefits of physical activity to an otherwise largely inactive and greatly isolated and vulnerable population group.