Inclusive Cycling

Using an adapted cycle is a fantastic way for everyone to have fun, gain more independence and enjoy a sense of freedom. Whatever type of cycle, adaptation or support you need there is likely to be a solution, whether you have a disability, lack balance or want to improve your confidence.

Essential Information

Two riders on a handcycle quad tandem
Inclusive cycling is about making cycling available to everyone. It's about creating awareness of cycling as a great way to get about and to...
An example of an adapted cycle - an upright hand cycle
Adapted cycles make cycling accessible to all, whatever your personal challenges. There are a wide range of disability cycles that suit people with a...
Marina enjoying the Tarka Trail on her adapted wheelchair tandem
When Marina Beaumont re-discovered cycling, through adapted cycles, she enjoyed it so much that she bought her own wheelchair tandem which she now...

Inclusive Cycling Directory

Latest Features

Diana on a bike
Diana was a reluctant cyclist when she first arrived at one of Trailnet’s introductory inclusive cycling sessions. Now, over two years later she is...
Volunteer, Neil, at the inclusive cycling centre
Neil has been volunteering at Give it a Spin Live!@New Scene in Cheshire for many years and feels that helping at the centre has helped to boost his...
Caroline Waugh at Sheffield Cycling 4 All
CTC affiliated project, Sheffield Cycling 4 All, has won Cycle Sheffield's 'Grassroots Cycling Initiative the Year' award. This is...
Pictures from FBI and the santa ride poster
Buoyed by getting a permanent home at Park View in Lytham, in a container provided through ICC funding, the Fylde Bike It community group has...
The Unstoppables
CTC's Kay Lakin and CTC member and Wheels For Wellbeing trustee Kevin Hickman went to a preview of the award-winning Spanish documentary film...
Peter, senior volunteer at Alice Holt inclusive cycling
Peter loves cycling and has been only to happy to volunteer at the Alice Holt inclusive cycling centre for the last ten years. Volunteering at the...
Cyclist on a trike
Cycling at inclusive cycling centre Wheels for All – Get Cycling in Sefton gives the riders from Brook Lea Care Home the chance to keep fit and gain...
CTC cycling Case Study
Two knee operations put a temporary end to Deb Garbutt’s ability to cycle, until she joined a Wheels for Wellbeing session. Now, she’s not only...
young person on adapted bike
Suzanne Forup, CTC’s Assistant Head of Development in Scotland wants you to make a phone call on 24 November. It could help change the lives of...
Two riders on a tandem quad bike
Care homes run through Leeds City Council bring their clients cycling to give them better access to activities within the community. Cycling not only...

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