Wheels for All

Wheels for All


It’s taken us a while to get to Marion & Rob, winner of the “name a hand-propelled” trike competition, which was set earlier this year.

The winning name “Thunderbolt” was a hit with everyone at Tomcat HQ as we all thought it was a fitting name for the latest edition to our fleet.

Last Friday, our assessor Kevin Barry and the head of marketing, Nazia White, delivered Rob’s much anticipated trike to Littlehampton. Unfortunately, this was not the winning prototype of the hand-propelled trike, but after careful consideration and a conversation with our chief engineer and MD, Bob Griffin, Marion decided that the trike was not suitable for her son due to his condition, as he would be unable to ride the hand-propelled trike.
The good news is that she has chosen to donate the trike to her local Wheels for All Centre (hooray!) and Tomcat found a suitable alternative – the Tomcat Fizz! A win-win for everyone involved.

Please keep your eyes peeled for future competitions, and in the meantime check out our website for further details about our range of trikes. www.tomcatuk.org

We are pleased to see that the local community is enjoying the new Gooseholme Bridge!

Following the bridge's opening many people have walked across it, including residents with their dogs, cyclists, adapted bikes from Wheels for All and some parents with pushchairs

The new footbridge creates a fully accessible traffic-free link to Kendal town centre and it also repairs an important link for National Cycle Route 6 between Lancaster and Carlisle

For more information about the official opening that took place on Friday 14 October, please visit our website: https://bit.ly/GooseholmeBridgeOpens
Yesterday saw Wheels for All officially launch in Kingston, and what a great day it was!

So many cycles for so many riders and super volunteers there to support, along with our Deputy Mayor. A big thanks goes out to Weir Archer Athletics & Fitness Centre, Kingston Wheelers and Kingston Council - Kingston Stronger Together for making this new activity happen 👏🏼🚴🏼

Sessions are held every Monday, see the link below for more information 😃
Today has been a very big day for Kendal!

🥳 We're delighted to announce the new Gooseholme Bridge is officially open

🙌 We’d like to thank the local community, our partners and everyone who took part in the opening today

We hope everyone involved enjoyed it as much as we did!

Story Contracting Sustrans Giant Store Kendal Wheels for All Stramongate Primary School South Lakeland District Council Kendal Town Council
Feeling the the wind blowing through our hair! 💨

Wednesday’s group had a great morning cycling 🚴‍♂️ some on their own and others in pairs, a super time had by all and a great chance for everyone to get out on the bikes at the very well organised accessible cycling event in Weymouth 🙌🏻

Thank you to Wheels for All for giving us this fantastic opportunity 🙏🏻 We hope to see you again soon 👍🏻
We’re proud to have partnered with Wheels for All and are looking for organisations in Greater Manchester to benefit from a bike buddy programme which will give disabled people, people with long-term health conditions and older-aged people the confidence to use adapted cycles!

Find out more: https://bit.ly/3SIX9Kx
Pupils in Preston and Nothe classes had a fantastic afternoon trying out a range of accessible bikes. Thank you to Dorset Council and Wheels for All for putting this on. We’re hoping it becomes a regular fixture that we can join in with.
We love to see our friends at Mencap Liverpool & Sefton enjoying cycling at our Wheels for All in Springfield Park. Such good fun and everyone learning new skills and improving every week 🫶🏼
Delighted to hear today about this great project - Wheels for All working alongside Northumberland County Council


And also to catch up with some of the Cycling Without Age Prudhoe volunteers, a relatively new charity that has recently taken off providing such a well received service from the volunteers, proud to be a trustee !

We just received this lovely photo of Victoria's son who managed to ride 8 km on his new Mission MX 20". They chose the trike after trialling it at a fantastic Wheels for All event. Our MX trikes are a cool BMX style - they will be back in stock soon :)
. WWheels for Allare recruiting for an amazing 3 year new role, which will manage a major new disability cycling project in Tendring in Essex 😊 For more information, visit; https://rpb.li/Avj

-Wheels 4 All Inclusive Cycling is coming to Barrow Park in a few months and they are looking for new volunteers to make this project a success and sustainable.

-No experience is needed and you don’t need to volunteer at every session.

-FREE training will take place on the Thursday 18th August in Barrow Park.

-They want to provide accessible cycling for everyone, no matter of age or ability.

If you or know anyone interested please contact Chris Watts: 07971476520/ [email protected]

Wheels for All


-Wheels 4 All Inclusive Cycling is coming to Barrow Park in a few months and they are looking for new volunteers to make this project a success and sustainable.

-No experience is needed and you don’t need to volunteer at every session.

-FREE training will take place on the Thursday 18th August in Barrow Park.

-They want to provide accessible cycling for everyone, no matter of age or ability.

If you or know anyone interested please contact Chris Watts: 07971476520/ [email protected]

Wheels for All

Wheels for All are recruiting!

Are you that special person who can support Wheels for All staff and volunteers to lead Wheels for All and Pedal Away sessions promoting and improving access to cycling in your communities?

Then read more about it 👇🏼
Hands in the air – who enjoyed Tour de Staveley 2022 yesterday? We had a blast! 🙌

Beautiful blue skies, gorgeous views across South Lakeland, a few challenging climbs and a lovely French themed meal from Wilf's Cafe and a pint at Hawkshead Brewery – spot on!

Click here for photos from our on course photographer Dave Bradshaw of SportSunday Event Photography

Gallery one – out bound https://www.sportsunday.co.uk/tour-de-staveley-22-going
Gallery two – return https://www.sportsunday.co.uk/tour-de-staveley-22-returning

Timings from T2.Events here - https://my.raceresult.com/210975/

Big thanks to Kendal Cycle Club Wheels for All and all the marshals and helpers - see you again in 2023! 👍
👫 Some of our clients who have been taking part in our Wheels for All partnership attended the Liverpool City Region active travel summit recently.

🎖️ Mayor Steve Rotheram has announced £12m of additional funding has been secured to build high-quality walking and cycling routes across the Liverpool City Region. 🚴

The money will be used to create safe, segregated bike paths and footways and improve junctions across all six boroughs of the Liverpool City Region – Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral.

🦽 To read up on our partnership with Wheels for All Merseyside visit https://www.thebraincharity.org.uk/success-of-cycling-scheme-proves-wheels-really-are-for-all-with-245-miles-ridden/

At Wheels for All we want to make sure that cycling is accessible to all.

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Kendal Wheels for All making good use of the new bridge over the river Kent.

The original footbridge was damaged and out of use for nearly 7 years following Storm Desmond. This wonderful long awaited replacement bridge has ample room for adapted bikes to cross in safety and we’re loving it!! 💛

Once the flood relief work along the river is completed this bridge will open up new routes for adapted cycles in Kendal. 😊🚲🙌

To find out if we're cycling near you, visit https://wheelsforall.org.uk/locations


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Meet Sara, one of our volunteers at Wheels for All Epsom! 😊
Sara has always done cycling over the years and after a friend, who is a volunteer, introduced her to Wheels for All she went along to find out more. She was amazed by the participants and volunteers and had to get involved, despite her already busy schedule of being a mum to 2 teenagers and working full time as an event organiser! 😆

To volunteer with Wheels for All, visit https://wheelsforall.org.uk/volunteering!

Timeline photos 22/11/2022

Participants of Trafford's Pedal Away rides have been learning skills in the car park at Stretford Leisure Centre and putting them to use in Gorse Hill Park! 😊

To find out more about the Pedal Away program, visit https://wheelsforall.org.uk/pedal-away

Timeline photos 19/11/2022

Following on from our successful Summer Camp in August, we now hold weekly Saturday Wheels for All sessions at Springfield Park. 🚲🌳

If you have any questions regarding booking, feedback, volunteering, donations or cycling, please contact Jim Yeoman at [email protected].

UK Disability History Month – 16 November – 16 December 16/11/2022

UK Disability History Month – 16 November – 16 December

UK Disability History Month runs from today, 16th November until 16th December, and this year the theme is Disability, Health, and Well Being.

Cycling is great exercise for improving wellbeing and mental health. Did you know that para-cycling debuted at the Paralympic Games in 1984? It was first developed by cyclists with visual impairments who competed on tandem bicycles. At the 1984 Paralympic Games, a total of 22 para cyclists from eight countries participated in seven events. Just two athletes took part in the only female event.

Further events were added over the next four Paralympic Games, with track cycling introduced in Atlanta in 1996. These days, the Paralympic Games welcome over 200 para cyclists from nearly 50 countries, competing for 50 titles.

The online launch of UK Disability History Month will be tomorrow evening (Thursday 17th November). Head to the website to find out more about how you can get involved.


UK Disability History Month – 16 November – 16 December Wednesday 16th November 2022 to Friday 16th December 2022 Theme: Disability, Health and Well Being The online launch will be evening of Thursday 17th November 2022 To join the online launchEmail your interest to [email protected] and you will be sent the zoom link 24 hours before the ...


Have you seen our film?

It sums up what we’re all about perfectly 😊

aims to bring together the world of cyclists, corporates and volunteers to enable cycling to be accessible to every person, on their own terms.

Support can be pledged by becoming:
A Wheels for All volunteer – we have a variety of roles available!
A Bike Buddy leader
An enabler – supporting people to become active through cycling
A connector – connecting people and clubs to disability support groups / organisations

Watch the video below to see how Wheels for All makes an invaluable difference to so many people; and pledge your support: https://wheelsforall.org.uk/weridetogether

We believe everyone should have the opportunity to love cycling. 🚲

Let’s ride together 🫶

Timeline photos 10/11/2022

The additional activities at our Summer Camp this August added a great deal of enjoyment to each day! We provided inclusive table tennis, arts and crafts, and boccia as options alongside cycling, all of which were taken up with enthusiasm by our eager participants. 🎨🚲🌳

Find out about up-and-coming events with Wheels for All at https://wheelsforall.org.uk/latest-news

Timeline photos 09/11/2022

We're dlighted to have participated in Kidz to Adults North; great teamwork on display! 😊🙌

For more details on the event, visit https://www.kidzexhibitions.co.uk/kidz-north/

To find out about more Wheels for All events, visit https://wheelsforall.org.uk/latest-news

Wheels for All updated their address. 07/11/2022

Wheels for All updated their address.

Wheels for All updated their address.

Timeline photos 07/11/2022

Why Wheels for All?

🚲 Try accessible cycling in a fun, welcoming, inclusive and sociable environment
🚲 Make new friends
🚲 Increased freedom
🚲 Fantastic exercise with a host of health
🚲 A range of adapted cycles to suit varying needs for both children and adults, helmets available
🚲 Friends, family and supporters all welcome

Take a look at our website or feel free to contact us for more info.

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We love seeing our participants enjoy activities together! 😊

Everyone had a fantastic time at our Summer Camp this August. We had a core group of 10 participants who attended on multiple days, and 6 who were present for the entire week, even on the not-so-sunny days! 🌧

To read about Cairo, one of the participants who attended every day, visit https://wheelsforall.org.uk/stories/cairos-story

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We are now taking bookings for 6th November from 1pm-3pm at Woking Sportsbox‼️

The cost will be £5 per child. Parents and carers are free.

To book a 45 minute slot or for more details, please email [email protected] or call 07852205877. 😊

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We are now taking bookings for this Saturday! 😊

Our family cycling session in Epsom is running this Saturday 5th November 2pm-5pm! It's a great opportunity to get outside in the fresh air and relish the joys of cycling with each other on Wheels For All bikes.

Please email [email protected] or call 07957 413611 for more details or to book!

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Are you a student looking to gain work experience and learn new skills?

Our hard-working and passionate volunteers keep our wheels spinning. They make sure everyone feels included, they check the bikes are safe and they ensure that all participants have a safe and fun experience.

So whether you’re a finance fanatic, social media superstar or know a sprocket from a seatpost, we’d love your help!

Don’t worry if you haven’t got lots of time to offer us – you could come along in a lunch break, after school or college or at the weekend. You can even support us from your sofa! 😀

Complete our form to apply or head to your nearest Wheels for All to see what we’re all about: https://wheelsforall.org.uk/volunteering

You have the ability to help change the future landscape of cycling. 🚲⭐️

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‼️Nobody was harmed in the making of this photo‼️🤣

We had a great time at our Ambulance Training Day last week at the Surrey Wheels for All Center! 😆🚲

To find out about more Wheels for All events, visit: https://wheelsforall.org.uk/latest-news


So many of the volunteers at Colchester Wheels for All are cyclists. Here is Jon Smith, a cyclist and lover of all things bike, with Felix on a tandem. Felix, a regular at WfA, had expressed an interest in riding a tandem so Jon being experienced in riding these bikes was happy to oblige. This is why we do what we do - cyclists love helping other cyclists!

Timeline photos 27/10/2022

We're hiring‼️

Wheels for All have been commissioned to deliver a programme which will allow people to try out electronic-assist trikes across Manchester. With support from Wheels for All staff and volunteers, disabled people will have the chance to experience riding an e-assist trike as well as potential for personal loans of the trike at no cost to them. This role will co-ordinate the delivery of this programme across Manchester. 🚲😊

Wheels for All will recruit a co-ordinator to oversee the delivery of cycling opportunities using an e-assist cycle in either a structured cycling session or for their own personal use.

Please request an application pack by emailing [email protected] 📩

Closing date for applications is 𝗠𝗼𝗻𝗱𝗮𝘆 𝟯𝟭𝘀𝘁 𝗢𝗰𝘁𝗼𝗯𝗲𝗿 and interviews will be week commencing 7th November. 😁

Timeline photos 26/10/2022

Wheels for All successfully received funding from Get Out Get Active to provide a free, week-long summer camp in August at its Springfield Park site. The main aims of this event were to provide and promote physical activity for disabled children, their families, and other carers. 🌳🚲

We didn’t just cycle though; we also offered free healthy lunches, provided by Out to Lunch in Liverpool, and opportunities to undertake other activities each day, such as arts and crafts and boccia. 🎨

To find out more about Wheels for All and what we do, visit https://wheelsforall.org.uk


We had an amazing day today at Wheels for All Kingston Upon Thames! Our newest centre is officially opened! Once we have all managed to take a breath, we'll have a formal report with our Centre Co-ordinator Simon!

Congratulations to Simon and the wider team for making a great day brilliant, and thank you to all of our guests, for taking the time to attend.

More news to follow!

Timeline photos 22/10/2022

The establishment of the South Liverpool Inclusive Cycling Club (SLICC) has been one of the highlights of the Bike Buddy programme in Liverpool. 😊

The group has met semi-regularly in the Sefton Park area, and have built up from cycling in and around the park to undertaking journeys to other local areas, including; Calderstones Park, Princes Boulevard and Wavertree Sports Park.

These routes incorporate off-road cycling, on-road cycling and route planning to destinations of their choosing. 🚲🌳

To find out about any future Bike Buddy and Wheels for All events, visit https://wheelsforall.org.uk/latest-news

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Inclusive Cycling is coming to Kingston-upon-Thames‼️

Wheels for All is bringing inclusive cycling for all ages and abilities to Kingston-upon-Thames from Monday 22nd August. Come down to ride our large fleet of adapted cycles, in a safe and fun environment! 🚲😊

For information and bookings, please contact Simon Denton
📩: [email protected]
📱: 07736 974539

The sessions take place at Weir Archer athletics & fitness centre, 422a Kingston Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, KT1 3PB! 🌳

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Join team Wheels for All! 🚲⭐️

Our brilliant hard-working volunteers are the heartbeat of what we do. They are a vital part of our mission to ensure that cycling is inclusive and accessible to all. We simply couldn’t do what we do without them.

We have a range of important roles available at each of our centres, including cycle mechanics, ride leaders and office support. 😁

Learn new skills, meet new people and make a huge difference to people’s lives.

Only have a few hours to spare? Not a problem! You can volunteer as little or as often as you like – even from the comfort of your own home. 😊

Get involved. Impact lives. Change the cycling world. 🚲🌳

Fill out the form on our website to apply: https://wheelsforall.org.uk/volunteering

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In June, Wheels for All received funding from Get Out Get Active (GOGA) and held an Inclusive Cycling Summer Camp which took place in Liverpool! 🚲

One of the participants, Cairo, had a fantastic time cycling everyday and making friends with other cyclists! Read more about Cairo's time at the summer camp here; https://www.wheelsforall.org.uk/stories/cairos/story 😊

Find out more about the GOGA program here; http://www.getoutgetactive.co.uk


A few months ago, a couple of the Wheels for All participants joined in with Peloton Cooperative's Joy Ride in Liverpool. They both had a lovely time cycling with the rest of the group out in nature! 😊🚲

To find out about more Wheels for All events, visit our website at; https://rpb.li/Wj0Tlc

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Held on 10th October every year, this year’s theme for World Mental Health Day is 'Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority'.

Cycling isn’t just fantastic for your physical health but your mental health too.

☀️ Decreased stress and anxiety – cycling reduces the levels of cortisol, the ‘stress hormone’, and stimulates the release of endorphins or ‘feel good hormones’ which lift your mood
☀️ Focus on the ‘now’ and distract yourself from unwelcome or overwhelming thoughts
☀️ Boosts your self-esteem and confidence by giving you a challenge and sense of satisfaction
☀️ Gets you out into the fresh air amongst beautiful scenery with the wind in your hair, leaving you feeling revitalised and energised – admire the Autumn colours!
☀️ Cycling is a great social activity and by visiting a Wheels for All centre or taking part in a Pedal Away ride, you’ll have the opportunity to make new friends and socialise with like-minded people. Friends, family, co-workers, coaches, carers … whoever you like, are also welcome to join in.

Even if you’re only feeling up to a short ride, you’ll feel so much better.

How will you make your mental health a priority? Why not come along to your nearest Wheels for All or Pedal Away centre and give cycling a go?


We had a great Wheels For All taster day out in Weymouth last Wednesday! 😁

Working alongside Dorset Council, we delivered an amazing day of try outs for a wide range of adapted cycles for people who had never cycled before or who were returning back to cycling. 🚲😊

To learn about more of our fun upcoming events, visit: https://wheelsforall.org.uk/latest-news 👀

Timeline photos 04/10/2022

76 year old John joined Wheels for All in 2019 after being introduced to us by a neighbour and has been coming to our sessions every other Saturday since, rain or shine! 🌧☀️

To read more of John's story, visit; https://rpb.li/jtkUPh

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In partnership with Dorset Council we will be delivering an accessible cycling try out event in Weymouth today between 11am & 3pm at the Gateway Park & Ride site DT3 5HJ‼️

Come along and get involved. 😊

If you want to join please contact -
[email protected]
01425 480811

Timeline photos 27/09/2022

Jo Smith, our Colchester Wheels for All coordinator, said of our event with Care Home Friends and Neighbours, “We had many joyous moments, matched with big smiles. There was reliving of memories and dispelling of belief that cycling would be impossible at their age. One of the organisers quoted from a resident that we had made dreams come true – that made my day. It was one of the best days we have ever had on the track, everyone who took part or volunteered left a little bit happier that day”. 😊

To find out if there are any upcoming events near you, have a look at our website’s News section here; https://rpb.li/Wj0Tlc

Timeline photos 27/09/2022

We are really excited to announce the forthcoming accessible cycling taster day in Weymouth on Wednesday 28th September between 11am - 3pm‼️

Working alongside Dorset Council we will be delivering an amazing day of try outs of a wide range of adapted cycles for people who have never cycled before or who are returning back to cycling.
The venue location is at the Gateway Park and Ride site and there will be toilets available with free parking for everyone. 😊

If you want to come along and get involved please contact -
[email protected]
01425 480811

Timeline photos 24/09/2022

Today is the last day of the Northumberland inclusive cycling festival!

We have had a great time raising the profile and giving an understanding of inclusive cycling to the three regional Wheels for All events in Northumberland! 😁👍

For more information, visit https://rpb.li/IPU


About Us

Cycling Projects is a national charity which promotes cycling through a range of successful community engagement programmes that give people the opportunity to cycle on a regular basis; through help, support and guidance. Most noticeably this is all achieved through its two nationally acclaimed initiatives Wheels for All and Pedal Away

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