No Limits To Health is in the process of developing Cycle Heritage Trails that enable local people and visitors to Birmingham, Sandwell & TheBlack Country explore the rich industrial heritage on modified electric bikes. The canal networks have in recent years been upgraded and provide a fantastic opportunity to develop as traveling routes for leisure, physical exercise, mental wellbeing and tourism. No Limits To Health has secured support in principle from key strategic partners in Birmingham & Wolverhampton City Council as it contributes to their city master plan to increase the number of residents who use cycling as a means of transport, health and leisure.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
This is a great way to get people back out on bikes and exploring their local area. In an age of technology, many people young and old spend far too much time inside their cars or homes either on their phones, laptops, or desktops. We need a new way to revive interest in the exploration of our local scenery for physical health and leisure.
Steps to get it done:
This will also support Birmingham City Council and the larger West Midlands Combined Authority's vision to increase cycling and walking activities that promote environmentally friendly living spaces for its citizen's.
About the space
This is the Wolverhampton Route 81 Junction which is the preferred start of the No Limits Heritage Bike Tours to all the lications identified previously. It is within easy reach if all modes if transport with the rail station, bus station and city centre car parks close by.
Wolverhampton City Council
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