Case Studies

Lyndsay

Wheels for Wellbeing is offering a cycle hire scheme for participants until the sessions restart.

Kevin – on cycling with crutches

We’re always looking to share the experiences of Disabled cyclists, as everyone’s journey into cycling is different.

Ellis

Not only is Ellis Palmer a Journalist for the BBC World Service and BBC News Hour, he’s also an avid handcycling enthusiast!

Ann-Marie

When did you  come to your first Wheels for Wellbeing cycling session?

Deb

What difference does using your cycle as a mobility aid make to your life?

Barry

Barry Covington & Penge CC Wheels for Wellbeing is Penge Cycle Club’s

Adella

Adella has been attending Wheels for Wellbeing’s inclusive cycling sessions for 1.5 years now. She has always loved cycling, but since developing rheumatoid arthritis can no longer use 2-wheel bicycles. When she came to her very first inclusive cycling session at Croydon Sports Arena, Adella was prepared for disappointment. She says that when it comes […]

Alec

What difference does using your cycle as a mobility aid make to your life?

Amanda

What difference does using your cycle as a mobility aid make to your life?

Caroline

What difference does using your cycle as a mobility aid make to your life?

Isabelle

What difference does using your cycle as a mobility aid make to your life?

Odette

Tandem cycling has given me a new lease of life

Mags

What difference does using your cycle as a mobility aid make to your life?

Kay

What difference does using your cycle as a mobility aid make to your life?

Billy

What difference does using your cycle as a mobility aid make to your life?

Wolf

What difference does using your cycle as a mobility aid make to your life?

Sujata

The importance of accessible cycle parking.

Veronica and Tre

Veronica Chavannes and her son Tre have been coming

Mike

My fold-up is my essential mobility device

John

I’m worried that being physically active will impact on my benefits.

Kay

Challenging inaccessible cycle infrastructure

Isaac

My name is Isaac Malter.

Geoff

I’m one of Wheels for Wellbeing’s qualified

Daisy

Daisy is a disabled cyclist living in Islington,

Suswati

Herne Hill case study

Neil

Life on three wheels

Alan

Land’s End to John O’Groats: part I

Angela and Peter

Travelling by tandem

Wolf Simpson

Our cycle infrastructure isn’t the best, but don’t let that put you off.

Billy

Cycling is a great way of being independent

Iyiola

Iyiola wanted to join Into Sport Lambeth’s weekly walks,

Sophie

In the lead up to our Beyond the

Alison

Alison – tricycling has opened up London to me

Valerie Elliot

Valerie Elliott cycled at Wheels for Wellbeing

Kathryn Rose

When did you first start cycling?

Haren

Haren, who is visually impaired person and is

Shirley

Before coming cycling Shirley