Edinburgh Festival of Cycling: All-ability Bike Centre Open Doors
Come along and see what they do at the Edinburgh All-ability Bike Centre open doors afternoons!
About Edinburgh Festival of Cycling: All-ability Bike Centre Open Doors
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Open doors afternoon at the Edinburgh All-ability Bike Centre (Edinburgh ABC).
Come and visit us at Bangholm Outdoor Centre, 23 Craighall Gardens, EH6 4RJ.
Try the adaptive bikes, talk to us about volunteering and meet some of our regular riders.
Teas, coffees and biscuits available for all!
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