An adapted cycling club in Conwy for people with disabilities run entirely by volunteers is encouraging others to consider volunteering in sport.
The Conwy Freewheelers Adapted Cycling Club, based in Eirias, is the only adapted cycling club aimed at giving people with disabilities the opportunity to ride and learn to ride, and it is run solely by volunteers.
As Covid-19 restrictions lift, adapted cyclists like Lennon, from Colwyn Bay, have been able to get back in the game thanks to a group of 10 volunteers.
Research conducted by Sport Wales indicates that 28% of adults in Wales would like to volunteer in sport in the next year, compared with only 5% of people who took part in volunteering within sport this last year. An increased uptake in volunteering is vital to keep organisations like the Conwy Freewheelers in action.