upcoming events

Colchester based national charity MS-UK helping and supporting people living with multiple...

Re-Cycle sell bikes from their warehouse every weekday 08:30 - 16:30 and on the last Saturday...
Happy Handlbars will be at the festival with bikes to try!

The Colchester Cycle Challenge is a free, fun online challenge where you can log your cycle...

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regular cycling activities

accessibility

Cycle Colchesteer aims to make this website accessible to all visitors, ensuring it meets the needs of disabled users, and is viewable in the widest possible range of web-browsing technology. To achieve this goal, the Cycle Colchester website was created in accordance with certain web standards and government guidelines.

Access keys

Access keys can make it easier for a visitor to navigate through a website. A link is instantly selected when its access key is typed.

Access keys can make it easier for a visitor to navigate through a website. A link is instantly selected when its access key is typed.

On a Windows computer, you can press ALT + an access key to select a link.
On a Macintosh, you can press Control + an access key to select a link.

Conforming to the UK Government access keys standard, the following access keys are defined on each page of the Cycle Colchester website:

  • S - Skip navigation
  • 1 - Home page
  • 3 - Site map
  • 9 - Contact
  • 0 - Access key details

Standards compliance

All pages on this site marked with the W3C-WAI Level Double-A conformance icon comply with all priority 1 and 2 guidelines of theW3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (WCAG 1.0). As many of the guidelines can not be tested automatically, this statement is made on the basis of subjective manual review. After evaluating the site against the priority 1 and 2 guidelines, it is believed that all marked pages adhere to them. A checklist of the WCAG guidelines is available here.

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local riders

With the launch of a new Bicycle User Group (BUG) at Colchester hospital this month, we talk to Paul Byrne, Consultant Rheumatologist at Colchester Hospital and chair of Colchester Medics for Safer Roads and the new BUG about his love for cycling and why making cycling part of your day to day routine can help address many health conditions related to inactivity. 

 

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