WFA sessions suspended in view of the need for social distancing and protecting the vulnerable - but we are hoping to re-start some time in July (subject to authorisation from British Cycling).
When we re-start the sessions will be in a different format. Initially, we will run pre-booked time slots for individual households. Details will be sent to everyone on our mailing list. If you have not been receiving our weekly emails, please let us know and we will add you to the mailing list.
Our plans are, of course, subject to changes in the guidance from the Government (and other authorities). We look forward to being able to see you all in the not too distant future!
"Jamie enjoys the sense of independence cycling gives him, its something he can do on his own and at his own pace. He loves the fact that he is doing exercise which he knows is good for him and he enjoys seeing familiar friendly faces too. He really looks forward to his visits on Fridays."
"I love to come here as I like to cycle very much. I am also very fond of a lot of people here and the music adds to an exciting atmosphere" Ben
"I really look forward to my Friday morning WFA sessions. All the volunteers are very helpful and friendly. I find open-air exercising not only physically but also mentally and emotionally very stimulating. When growing up I never learnt to ride a bike and now, as a blind person, cycling gives me a sense of freedom." Sevita
We provide inclusive cycling facilities for all in a safe supportive environment, come and join the fun!
Wheels for All - Oxford provides facilities for people with a wide variety of needs aged 16+ to enjoy cycling every Friday morning on the Athletics Track, Horspath Road, Oxford.
It is part of a national all-inclusive cycle initiative developed by Cycling Projects with the aim of making cycling accessible to all with a particular focus on offering fun. There is a wide range of bikes available during the session including a wheelchair transporter, several tricycles, a quad, side by sides, a tandem, hand cycles, e-bike and several 2 wheel bikes.
The service users generally come with a carer or support from their school or club and the session offers an opportunity to socialise for everyone attending but independent users are also very welcome.
The activity is being both physically and cognitively stimulating; for some service users this is the only opportunity for physical activity open to them.
Come and join the fun! We try to run sessions whatever the weather but if it is really bad we occassionaly have to cancel (announced by email, facebook, Twitter etc on the morning)
If you have any question or require further information please contact us.
Visit our Facebook Group
and join us on Twitter. Also video on Youtube from a few years ago.
Donations also welcome!
We are very grateful for support from
CYCLING SESSIONS AND TIMES
09:30 — 12:00, £3 for the participant, free for carers
(No booking required)
(see map below)
Unfortunately,the Pick Me Up bus service that used to drop people at the Athletics Ground is no longer operating.