Would you like to come cycling with us? The Western Australian Tandem Cycling Advisory Council (WATCAC) is a community group supporting vision-impaired cycling in Western Australia. We cycle for fun and fitness. WATCAC will host a ‘try tandem cycling’ clinic for blind and vision impaired participants, on Sunday 30 July. No previous cycling experience is necessary.
This clinic introduces tandem cycling for prospective blind or vision-impaired person. With tandem cycling you will learn to ride on the back of a tandem bicycle as part of a team, with a sighted volunteer rider piloting on the front of the bike.
This clinic will be held at the George Burnett Leisure Centre in Karawarra between 8:30am and 11:30am on Sunday 30 July and is suitable for ages from teens and up. Children under 18 years must be accompanied by an adult family member. Family members and cycling friends of all participants are also welcome to attend and participate.
For registration or enquiries for this free event, please use the Contact Us form.
We will contact you with further information and keep you posted on the event plans.
Visit WATCAC.org for more information about tandem cycling and WATCAC or listen in to our welcome video:
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