Horsham Wheels for ALL inclusive cycling
Horsham Wheels for ALL is a weekly cycle session for people with additional needs. We have a wide range of adapted trikes and cycles and trained, experienced leaders on hand to offer help and support to get you riding.
- Open to all ages and abilities
- 25 specialist bikes and trikes available to enable everyone that attends to be active
- £5 per session, 20% discount for Leisure Access Card/Compass Card holders
- Parents, carers and siblings can take part in the session for free
Times and venue
Horsham Wheels for ALL sessions are held at The Bridge Leisure Centre on Fridays 4pm-6.30pm. Sessions will restart on Friday 23 April and will run weekly until Friday 28 May.
- There will be 7 one-hour slots available every week at 15 minute intervals (4-5pm, 4.15-5.15pm, 4.30-5.30pm, 4.45-5.45pm, 5-6pm, 5.15-6.15pm and 5.30-6.30pm).
- A maximum of three bikes can be used per one hour slot
- Please do not book more than three slots. This is so that we can give as many families as possible the chance to ride.
Book a place
To book a Horsham Wheels for ALL session, follow the instructions below.
- Visit our online booking system
- Choose a week and time slot. Please do not book more than three slots.
- Pay online. We cannot accept cash payments
- Choose the most suitable bike for your needs from our specialist bikes list and email your session details and bike choice to firstname.lastname@example.org
Before your session
Please make sure you do the following before your session:
- Pay for your session
- Tell us which bike is most suitable for your needs
- Read the Coronavirus: Horsham Wheels for All guidance
If you have got any questions about Horsham Wheels for ALL please contact Paul Taylor on 07764 146339 or email email@example.com
Alazar from Horsham is 14 and has attended Wheels for ALL since 2010. In 2020 we nominated him for the Bikeability Trainee of the Year award and out of 900,000 entrants he won!
Talking to the West Sussex County Times at the time, Ed Clark, West Sussex County Council Cyclist Training Development Officer, said: “I’m tremendously proud of Alazar and all he has achieved. His achievements are a credit to both him and his family for their determination to find solutions to cycling, rather than just seeing barriers."
Alazar, who has cerebral palsy, has progressed from riding a wheelchair bike piloted by his family or instructors to riding his own rear steering recumbent trike (pictured). In 2018 he arrived at the club walking, which Ed says "was credited to the muscle development achieved through cycling."
The following bikes are available at Wheels for ALL sessions.