What we do…
Wheels for Wellbeing is a charity which supports disabled people to cycle in London. Whatever impairment, long term health condition or disability you have, we can help with your cycle query. If you live locally, you could come to our cycling sessions.
For help looking for a cycle for yourself please see the Our Cycles page and for funding information please download our Funding Factsheet.
Cancellations continue with the Croydon Arena session this Saturday 18th May called off. We apologise for any inconvenience and hope that sessions can return to normal again soon! For more information, please click here.
Adventure to the Arctic
Two very lovely cyclists will be packing themselves off on their bikes on a 1500 mile journey to the Artic Circle in Norway, and all in aid of Wheels for Wellbeing! Please show them your support and help them reach their fundraising target by donating at this link.
Read Our New Blog
Check out the WfW Blog, Handcycle to Heaven, giving disability cycling a unique voice!
To take a look, click here
Tandem Ballet to work with Wheels for Wellbeing
Wheels for Wellbeing have been granted funding from the Big Lottery Awards for All fund for an exciting project in partnership with Tandem Ballet called “Seeing Cycling Differently”. By working together we are hoping to work with far more blind and visually impaired cyclists, starting this spring and for the long term. More info on this to come.
Cycling For All goes London-wide!!
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been awarded a grant of over £450,000 by Sport England to develop an inclusive cycling network for London in partnership with Ecolocal in Sutton, Pedal Power in North London and Bikeworks in East and West London. The project will promote and expand inclusive cycling provision across London. Work on this project will be starting in 2013. Watch this space!
Wheels for Wellbeing coming to Lewisham:
We are being funded via Lewisham Council to run 25 inclusive cycling sessions by next August. Any organisation based in Lewisham, working with disabled or older people, who wishes us to come and run a session for you, please contact us.