Welcome to Project Alchemy 

We will be working to improve pathways into cycling, increase access to bikes and cycling equipment, provide education and training opportunities, and promote cycling as a fun and social activity. Cycling has the potential to transform communities, bring people together, improve health outcomes, and reduce the environmental impact of transportation.  Our team is dedicated to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of cycling. We are committed to working with local communities and organisations to ensure that our project is accessible and beneficial to everyone. We invite you to join us on this journey as we work to create a healthier, happier, and more sustainable world through cycling. 

We are thrilled to introduce you to our initiative, which aims to promote cycling as a healthy, sustainable, and accessible mode of transportation and recreation. Our project seeks to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to embrace cycling and enjoy its many benefits, from improved physical health to reduced carbon emissions.  

Our work with young people

Youth outreach is a crucial component of the work currently undertaken by Together We Ride CIC. We are focussing on developing our strategy to engage and empower young people who are often overlooked or marginalised. Project Alchemy will provide support, resources, and opportunities for personal and social development, helping young people to build skills, confidence, and a sense of purpose. 

At Together We Ride CIC, we are driven by ambition, striving to achieve essential outcomes that form the bedrock of Project Alchemy. Our approach involves forging partnerships with local government agencies, non-profit organisations, community groups, Schools and religious institutions to successfully deliver these goals. 

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Improve Physical Health

Cycling is an excellent way for young people to stay active and improve their physical health. Regular cycling can help improve cardiovascular health, strengthen muscles and bones, and reduce the risk of obesity.

Improve Mental Health

Cycling can positively impact young people's mental health by reducing stress, anxiety, and depression. It can also improve their self-esteem and confidence as they achieve their cycling goals.

Environmental Awareness 

Cycling is an eco-friendly mode of transportation and can encourage young people to be more environmentally conscious. By choosing to cycle instead of driving, they can reduce their carbon footprint and contribute to a cleaner environment.

Social Interaction

Cycling can provide an opportunity for young people to socialise and make new friends. It can also help build a sense of community and belonging as they participate in group rides or cycling clubs. 

Improved Learning 

Cycling can help young people develop essential skills such as goal-setting, perseverance, and problem-solving. It can also improve their academic performance by enhancing their cognitive abilities and concentration levels. 
We will also remain true to our vision and mission of improving diversity within cycling. It is essential to ensure that the sport is inclusive and accessible to people from all backgrounds 


One of the ways to improve diversity in cycling is by increasing representation—showcasing cyclists from diverse backgrounds in marketing campaigns, media coverage, and at events. By highlighting the achievements of various cyclists, we can help to break down stereotypes and encourage more people from underrepresented communities to take up cycling. 


Providing access to bikes and cycling infrastructure is essential to make cycling accessible to people from all backgrounds. This could involve investing in bike-sharing schemes, providing low-cost bike rental services, or improving access to facilities. 

Education and training 

Providing education and training opportunities can encourage people from diverse backgrounds to take up cycling. This will involve offering cycling lessons to children and adults from underrepresented communities and training for cycling coaches and leaders. 


Engaging with local communities is vital to promote cycling and making it accessible to people from all backgrounds. We will partner with community organisations and schools to promote cycling, organise community events and rides, and work with local authorities to improve cycling infrastructure. 

Inclusive policies and practices

Creating inclusive policies and practices within cycling organisations ensures that everyone feels welcome and valued. We want to work with organisations to develop policies that promote diversity and inclusion and implement training programs to educate staff and volunteers about the importance of diversity and inclusion. 

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