Dream of cycling but can't?

Updated: Mar 6, 2019


There is accessible cycling for everyone!



Wheels for Wellbeing is an excellent charity that supports disabled people of all ages and abilities to enjoy cycling in a safe environment.


They have a team of lovely instructors to support you and a range of bikes to suit all abilities. Everything from 2 wheelers, 3 wheelers, 4 wheelers, Tandems, Balance Bikes, Tricycles, Recumbents, Go-Karts, Wheelchair bikes and Handcycles. We have tried them all and it's excellent fun!


Our social worker introduced us to #wheelsforwellbeing and gave us a loyalty card with 10 free sessions for Spike and a carer. Siblings are allowed to join for £5.

There are a few track in south London, check it out here: https://wheelsforwellbeing.org.uk/cyclist-registration-form/


And after a quick look on the net I see there are lots of organisations around the country, I have listed a couple below.

And as always if you have anything to share please get in touch.


Cycling Projects list locations here: https://cycling.org.uk/locations

Enfield http://cycleenfield.co.uk/category/cycling-events/inclusive-cycling/

New Forest https://www.pedall.org.uk