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Help for Heroes
Nominated Severn Bridge Sportive & Family Cycling Day Charitable Partner 2016.
Chippenham & District Wheelers
Chippenham & District Wheelers is a friendly, thriving cycling club that welcomes cyclists of all ages and abilities. The Club caters for riders of all ages and abilities, with a strong focus on developing young cyclists. In the summer of 2008, they were awarded Clubmark Status by the British Cycling Federation, a high quality mark identifying those clubs with junior sections that have worked hard to ensure that their club is safe, well structured and well managed.
Iceni Cycles Ltd. design and manufacture pedal and electrically assisted trikes for multiple uses. The Chariot Trike, our flagship Trike is available in Three unique models, The Cargo Trike, The Family Trike and the Adventure Trike and are all manufactured and assembled at our premises in Southwick, Wiltshire in the UK.
The company aim is to produce the finest, lightest and most reliable vehicles of their type.
Our trikes are versatile, strong and lightweight and offer class leading performance. They are UK road-legal, electrically assisted trikes capable of supporting a 180kg load.
Reliable and easy to maintain, utilising many standard parts offers a low cost of ownership, our vision is that Iceni Cycles will perform in a wide variety of different roles as a zero pollution, low cost transport option for city logistics and urban freight transport.
Similar to 2015 Two vehicles from the Hills Quarry Products fleet will be making an appearance at the Castle Combe Family Cycling Day on Sunday 28th August to promote the Mineral Products Association’s (MPA) national Cycle Safe Campaign.
The campaign highlights the potential risk of cyclists undertaking lorries and getting too close to them at left-hand turns and roundabouts.
Peter Andrew, group director Hills Quarry Products, said: “We will be demonstrating the improvements that we have made to our vehicles which have enhanced drivers’ awareness of cyclists and provide advice to help vulnerable road users be more aware of potentially dangerous zones around lorries.”
Cycle enthusiasts, both young and old, will be given the opportunity to sit in the cab of a lorry to understand the driver’s perspective, experience visibility issues and share their own road experiences. Cycle Safe leaflets which give practical tips on ways to prevent potential dangers will also be handed out.