Inclusive Cycling

Wheels for All Oxford

Wheels for All Oxford provides cycling opportunities for adults (16+) and we aim to make it inclusive so it really is for 'all'.

Some riders come with a carer or supporter; others are independent and come to the session on their own or with a friend.

Some maybe recovering from an accident or learning how to cycle with an impairment and want to try out a variety of cycles, including our e-bikes to see what best suits their needs; other come because they haven't cycled for a long time and want to practice and build their confidence.

Some participants come to enjoy cycling with a friend or partner, especially if one of them is less able.

Some come to learn to cycle and practice their skills in a safe, supportive environment or simply to enjoy riding outdoors in a traffic free space.

All our participants come for the fun, fresh air, and exercise.

Wheels for All are open every Friday morning - booking is essential.

Learning to ride a bike

Guide to adapted cycles for inclusive cycling

Adapted cycles make cycling accessible to all, whatever your personal challenges. Cycling UK have a guide for wide range of special cycles that suit people with a variety of learning and physical disabilities and health issues.

HSBC Disability Cycling Hubs

British Cycling runs several HSBC UK Disability Cycling Hubs situated across the country, with each specially designed to help riders improve their fitness, cycling technique and confidence on a bike. The hub sessions help riders with a wide range of goals, which may include: trying a new sport, meeting new friends, improving fitness and confidence, rehabilitation from injury or training for competition.

Riders of any level are encouraged to attend these sessions. The nearest Disability Cycling Hub to Oxfordshire is in Reading and has a range of adapted equipment on site which includes handcycles, tandems and trikes, making the sessions accessible for all. They offers monthly traffic-free coaching for people with a physical or learning disability, facilitating access to the sport and ensuring that those wanting to improve their cycling performance receive the support they need.