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About us

Wheels for Wellbeing is a charity supporting people of all

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ages in south London to enjoy the benefits of cycling, regardless of any physical or mental barriers they may experience.

Since 2007 we have supported thousands of people to cycle in London. We provide:

  • regular off-road cycle sessions with a wide variety of standard and non-standard cycles
  • outreach sessions across Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham and Croydon where we bring our cycles for people to try
  • Advice and support

Wheels for Wellbeing leads the Cycling for All inclusive network for London, which aims to support more disabled and older Londoners to cycle. This project is being delivered with Bikeworks, Ecolocal and Pedal Power, and funded by Sport England.

What our participants say

“It’s liberating”
Read how Ann started cycling with us and now uses her own trike for transport.

“I was a born again bicyclist!”
Read how John realised his dream to ride on two wheels again.

“Give it a go”
Read how Roger got back in the saddle after losing his sight.

Will: “You provide something we can’t do elsewhere. You provide equipment that all people across the impairments can use…a rare place people with multi-impairments can meet and mix.”

Kate: “I like the track because it is safe. I ride really fast because I want to cycle in the Special Olympics. I like seeing all my friends and trying out

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Jo, Harvey’s Mum: “I think this is a wonderful scheme for kids with special needs, where they can practice their cycling skills in a very safe place.”

Meet our staff

Isabelle Clement
Director

David Behar
Session Coordinator & Cycling Instructor

Dom, Fleet Coordinator

Dominic Spitzer
Fleet Coordinator & Cycling Instructor

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Abigail Tripp
Community Engagement Officer

Peter, Cycling Instructor

Peter Smith
Cycling Instructor

Angela, Cycling Instructor

Angela Williams
Cycling Instructor

Max, Cycling Instructor

Max Underwood
Cycling Instructor

Eric, Cycling Instructor

Eric Gauster
Cycling Instructor

Contact us

Telephone: 020 7346 8482
Email: info@wheelsforwellbeing.org.uk

Wheels for Wellbeing
336 Brixton Road
London
SW9 7AA