O3E supports Making Trax get people on bikes We are delighted to have received a donation of bikes from O3E. Their continued support in the current climate is key to the ongoing success of our Women on Wheels (WoW) programme. These bikes will be shared amongst the new sites in London, Bristol, and Sheffield and will enable us to set up new WoW sessions for women in areas with limited cycling opportunities. These bikes will also support Wingz Cycling sessions. Thereby enabling those not confident on a BMX to develop confidence riding before transferring over. It is great having these bikes donated to us, especially at a time when bikes are particularly hard to come by – Aisha Lawal, Club Inclusion Manager Access Sport We began our partnership with O3E back in 2016, due to our shared desire to make a difference. Their collaboration with HSBC led to them building a pool of BMX bikes. These bikes were donated to the Making Trax programme to support community club activity. Since then, they have continued to support us in our work and donate further bikes and equipment, helping us to make a difference to the many lives we reach through our inclusive activities. They have not only supported the Making Trax programme over the years, but also the Disability Inclusion team with trikes and wheelchairs for club activity. “Access Sport are working hard to change our streets for the better and provide more cycling opportunities for women. Over the years we have donated approximately 100 bikes and look forward to continuing the partnership with the charity” – Peter Lindsay, Director O3E We would like to take this time to thank Peter and the O3E team for supporting us as a charity make a difference to those who need it most.