Welcome to the Highland Cycle Ability Centre!

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Opened on the 23rd May 2013 by paralympian hand-cyclist Karen Darke, 

we are the first all-abilities cycle track in Scotland.

The Centre is run by The Watermill Foundation Ltd (a Scottish registered charity SC042811) with one very simple aim: to give everyone a safe and enjoyable place to come and cycle, regardless of ability.

 

We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for the generous support of a large number of people - thank you to all of you!

Adam Family Foundation
Albert Hunt Trust
Alpine Bikes
Anne Duchess of Westminster
ASDA
Awards for All Scotland
Bank of Scotland Foundation
Better Breaks
Bikes of Inverness
Cashback for Communities
Christina Mary Hendrie Trust
Comic Relief
Co-op Local Community Fund
Corra Foundation
Davidson Trust
Daviot Farms Ltd
Eneco
Foundation Scotland
Foyle Foundation
Gannochy Trust
Garfield Weston
Gordon Fraser Trust
HDH Wills
Hedley Foundation
Highland Bicycle Co
Highland Council
Highland Cross
Humanist Association
HSPC
Hugh Fraser Foundation
Hugh Stenhouse Foundation
Leader Programme (Highland)
Lifescan
Lloyds TSB Henry Duncan
Macgregor Ind Supplies
MFR Cash for Kids
People's Postcode Lottery
Peter Harrison Foundation
PWCF
Prov Grand Lodge Inverness

 

RCPE Edinburgh
RES
Robertson Trust
Rotary Club Loch Ness
Rotary Club Nairn
Rozelle
Scotmid Community Connect
Sigrid Rausing Trust
Souter Charitable Trust
Sported
Sport Scotland
Stafford Trust
STV Children's Lottery
Sundry
Swire
Tim Henman Foundation
Truemark
Yarwoods

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