We recognise that getting into cycling is not as simple as pumping up the tyres on the old bike in your shed, swinging your leg over it and riding 20 or 50 miles. You might get away with doing that in your 20s or 30s, but a little older and those 20 miles are going to seem like hell, that saddle will seem as sharp as a razor blade. It would be the same if you went to the gym and tried keeping up with some fit young thing pumping iron .
The good news is that there is a way; by building up distance slowly, ticking off miles and milestones, with advice and guidance on how to get started, how to keep motivated and avoid common pitfalls, from a team that have been there, done that, and will give you the support needed for you to succeed.
The Cycle for Fitness approach ensures that you reach your goals through a series of small and achievable milestones, at your pace.