Wheels for All

Wheels for All is a nationally recognised programme that embraces all children and adults with disabilities and differing needs, to engage in quality cycling activities through providing fun and stimulating cycling, across the UK. We currently have centres across England – some are our own, and some are run by our highly-valued partners working to our standards and values to all achieve the same goal: inclusive cycling for all.

We provide a range of specially adapted cycles at our centres, which means we offer inclusive cycling that’s lots of fun, both physically and mentally, for everyone involved.

We have Wheels for All fully trained leaders at every centre, with the knowledge and confidence to work with adapted cycles for every participant, young or old, to enjoy the benefits of cycling. The centres welcome individuals, groups and families who can come along and enjoy a lovely hour or so together on a bike, regardless of their ability or cycling needs.

We can also provide Wheels For All training to give individuals, carers and support staff the confidence to work with adapted cycles with their clients or family member so that all can enjoy the benefits of cycling in a sociable environment. We can even provide the adapted cycles so everyone can get involved.

The charity Wheels for All works with occupational therapists, sports development, local councils, Primary Care Trusts’ care support staff, as well as the support staff and parents of those pre-existing services users, with the same common goal: inclusive cycling for all, which provides all the physical and mental health benefits being out on a bike brings.

There are currently over 50 Wheels for All centres across England, Wales. Click on Find a Centre to find one near to you.

We are developing new Wheels for All Centres across the country on a regular basis with various partners. We regularly update our website with their details so keep coming back to see what’s new.

We are recruiting!! Kingston Wheels for All co‑ordinator

This exciting role will focus on creating regular inclusive cycling opportunities for disabled …

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We are recruiting in Lancashire and Cheshire for Wheels for All staff

From May 22 to April 23 14 hours per week – salary: £7360 (£18,400 FTE) The role of the Wheels for …

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