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TOPIC: The Disabled Ramblers on A Mobility Scooter Ramble

The Disabled Ramblers on A Mobility Scooter Ramble 5 years 9 months ago #191

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TGA are a nationwide supplier of quality mobility scooters that continues to be a leading advocate of the Disabled Ramblers. The Disabled Ramblers are a charitable organisation that co-ordinates over 30 countryside rambles per year, in various locations nationwide and attracts approximately 500 disabled participants per annum.

Each ramble is carefully pre-planned and graded according to terrain, so mobility scooter users can chose routes that fall within their own ability. Each ramble attracts around 20+ riders with additional supporters and the TGA Supersport mobility scooter, with its proven off-road capabilities, is a popular choice at these events. Members pro-actively campaign for improved countryside access by encouraging the removal of inaccessible man-made barriers whilst preserving the character of the natural environment.

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