We have a wide range of adapted cycles for a range of disabilities:
4 Trikes – Three wheeled trikes are great for many people whose balance or confidence may make it difficult to ride a two-wheeler.
Tandems – Two wheeled bikes with one cyclist sitting behind another. The rider at the front handles the steering, but both pedal. Cycling on the back of a tandem is a great option for cyclists with blindness or other sensory impairments.
2 Hand-Powered Trikes – A way of cycling using the power of your arms. A little like the back end of a wheelchair joined to a fully geared mechanism transferring effort for the rider’s arms to a front wheel.
3 Wheelchair Bike Combo’s – The back end of a bike is attached to a kind of wheelchair, enabling even the least active of participants to experience cycling.
Wheelchair Ramp Cycle – The back end of a bike is attached to a ramp suitable for manual wheelchairs to wheel onto, enabling even the least active of participants to experience cycling.
2 Side-by-Side Tandems – With three or even four wheels, these have the feeling of a small car! Two riders sit in supportive seats and pedal with their legs in front of them. One rider has steering control. These vehicles are great fun for anyone whose balance, skill or confidence levels mean they will be happier riding beside a friend or carer.
Our fleet also includes Front & Back 3 Wheeled Tandems, a Recumbant and conventional 2 Wheeled Cycles.