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Inclusive Cycling




Wheels for Wellbeing (WfW) is an award-winning charity supporting disabled people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the benefits of cycling. Cycling can be easier than walking, a way to keep independent, fit and healthy, a mobility aid, and a useful form of everyday transport. Inclusive cycling means EVERYONE can cycle regardless of age, health condition or impairment.

Think you can’t cycle? Think again!

Last year more than 1200 disabled people and their carers and families learned to cycle with us and enjoy new skills, freedom, health, feel-good and independence. Click here to see some of our highlights from 2015.


Can't get to the velodrome? We can help

Can't get to the velodrome? We can help  Wheels for Wellbeing has partnered with Mobility Taxis to provide a taxi service for those who would like to cycle at our session at Herne Hill Velodrome but can’t get to the venue. Get in touch if you or somebody you know would like to use the service.   “If I hadn’t had door-to-door transport I wouldn’t be able to cycle with [more]

Share your views in inclusive cycling survey

Share your views in inclusive cycling survey  Take part in our 5 minute inclusive cycling survey and help us to make the voice of disabled cyclists heard. Are you a disabled cyclist, or have a health condition that affects your ability to cycle? Do you feel your voice as a disabled cyclist isn't heard? Then take part in inclusive cycling survey we launched last week.  The survey - possibly [more]

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Sign up to our campaigns newsletter   If you are interested in our campaigns work and would like to know what we do to make the voice of disabled cyclists heard sign up to campaigns our [more]

Travel mobility in London: Report on challenges

  Travel mobility in London: Report on challenges Wheels for Wellbeing surveyed almost 300 people based in London about travel mobility. We asked them how often they travel, how much does it cost and what kind of mobility services do they use and more. The answers that we’ve got give a picture of how disabled and older people travel in London. It [more]

Could You be Saving up to £300 on Energy Bills?  

 Could You be saving £'s on Energy Bills by Switching Suppliers? Wheels for Wellbeing have joined forces with utilities comparison site Utility Aid to help you save money ahead of winter!  With a recent Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) report finding that most customers of the Six Large Energy Firms would make a considerable saving from switching and Ofgem taking action to help [more]

GAM Charity Football at Chelsea FC raises £14k for WfW

    GAM Charity Football raises £14k for Inclusive Cycling   On 21st May we were the proud partner for GAM’s Charity Football Tournament! We headed to Stamford Bridge and entered a team into the tournament. We would like to thank our team members who did a fantastic job of representing Wheels for Wellbeing! Thanks to: Dave Hoskin, Mick Mayer, Mark Said, Senan Salmon, George Williamson, Kabuya Wamukendi, [more]

Disability cycling manifesto launched at Herne Hill Velodrome

"Beyond the Cycle" - A Manifesto Towards an Inclusive Cycling Policy   Brixton disability cycling charity Wheels for Wellbeing (WfW) launched their manifesto ‘Beyond the Bicycle’ at the Herne Hill Velodrome on Monday 11th July. Speaking at the launch, WfW Director Isabelle Clement (right) set out the organisation’s goals including recognition of cycles as a mobility aid, improved infrastructure and better facilities including [more]

MillionHares raise money for WfW by cycling dressed as bunnies

MillionHares raise money for WfW by cycling dressed as bunnies Hare to make a difference   On Easter Sunday, Lambeth residents Emily Groves and Alice Chamberlain took part in a fundraising challenge in aid of local disability cycling charity, Wheels for Wellbeing. They cycled around Hyde Park for 5 miles, with a group of friends, braving the rain, dressed as Easter Bunnies.   MillionHares photo album   The ‘Millionhares’ had been friends since they were at school [more]

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