Wheels for All Epsom & Ewell

Wheels for All is an Inclusive Cycling programme that embraces all children and adults with disabilities and differing needs to engage with quality cycling activity, using adapted cycles such as handcycles, trikes and wheelchair transporter to assist in building confidence and independence in cycling.

Here at Wheels for All Epsom & Ewell we aim to encourage health improvement, social inclusion and to provide adapted cycling for anyone with a disability or differing needs. We offer all-ability cycling utilising our fleet of adapted bikes; from trikes and quads, recumbents and side-by-sides to standard two-wheelers for you to enjoy in a safe and pleasant environment. Wheels for All Epsom & Ewell is part of the Wheels for All Surrey programme. It operates at the Harriers Athletics Track behind the King George Playing Fields.

So come on down and ride our range of adapted cycles in a fun, safe environment with trained staff and volunteers to support you.

If you have any questions about booking a cycling session, volunteering, donations or what to expect please contact our coordinator Nigel Fisher at nigel.fisher@wheelsforall.org.uk

Cycling session days and times

Day Session time Details


10:00:00 — 15:00:00


14:00:00 — 16:00:00

Children & family sessions

Contact details

Wheels for All Epsom & Ewell
Harrier Centre - Athletic Park
King George Fields
KT19 9RY

Telephone: 07957413611

Email: nigel.fisher@wheelsforall.org.uk


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