Club helps all ability cyclists to get on track

A grant from the Club's community fund helped the Highland Cycling Ability Centre to buy cycle helmets

Getting on track at Cantray
The Highland Cycle Ability Centre provides cycling opportunities for people of all abilities, specialising particularly in those people with disabilities. Based in Cantray, the Centre attracts over 750 individuals each year with many repeat users from Inverness and the surrounding area. Relying almost wholly upon external funding, it is down to grants like the one received from Loch Ness Rotary Club that allows the Centre to purchase additional helmets thus enabling more people to use the track simultaneously. 

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