Cyclo4All

Cyclopark is committed to enabling inclusion for everyone at the park. Our Cyclo4All initiative has developed a park program for children and adults with a disability and special needs to engage in quality fun activities.

Initially focusing on cycling we developed and introduced the national ‘Wheels for All program’ which to date has helped over 3000 people to enjoy the freedom of cycling since launching in 2012. Building on that we have now added a Cyclo4All Spin and Cyclo4All Fun FightKlub sessions.

At our Cycle4all sessions a team of trained volunteers will find the right bike for the rider allowing them to experience and enjoy the freedom of cycling, whatever their ability.

With the largest fleet of adapted bikes in the South East, we have the support and resources to help and encourage anyone that wants to cycle. We currently have 18 adapted cycles.

Once the client and enabler, if required, has attended our Wednesday Morning session and been signed of as a competent user they are encouraged to attend at any time the bike and circuit is available for use at their own leisure.

We have a large customer base ranging from school groups with high functioning autistic children, able to ride 2 wheeled bikes, to adults with profound and multiple physical and learning disabilities, who can ride on our Velo Plus which is designed to allow the companion, carer or parent to cycle the bike.

Cyclopark is a disabled friendly location with all facilities accessible to all.  We are Changing Places registered.

Adapted Fleet

VeloVelo Plus AD 4 AD13
The Velo Plus has revolutionised wheelchair cycling and makes every session all inclusive. 
Designed for users who are unable to transfer from their own chair onto a bike. The companion, carer or parent can cycle the bike, talk and enjoy the ride together.
It has a weight allowance that will enable even the biggest electric wheelchair to be transported. 
Due to popularity we now have 2 of these bikes for use at Cyclopark. 
DavinciVelo Plus AD 4 AD13
The Velo Plus has revolutionised wheelchair cycling and makes every session all inclusive. 
Designed for users who are unable to transfer from their own chair onto a bike. The companion, carer or parent can cycle the bike, talk and enjoy the ride together.
It has a weight allowance that will enable even the biggest electric wheelchair to be transported. 
Due to popularity we now have 2 of these bikes for use at Cyclopark. 
Davinci

Davinci 1 AD 6
As above but a single version.

At present we have one of these bikes.
 

Roma

2 Seater Roma AD 8
Controls for steering and braking are for 'right hand cyclist' meaning much greater security - no veering away or braking by their special needs companion if they can't cope, are unaware of dangers or can't see obstacles

At present we have 1 of these bikes

Roma

3 Seater Roma AD 7
As above but with additional seat for a passenger

At present we have 1 of these bikes.
 

tandem trikeTandem Trike AD 9
At present we have 1 of these bikes
MissionMission Solo Trike AD 1
Ideal for someone with a low leg lift,
At present we have 1 of these bikes
freedomFreedom Trike AD 2  AD 10  AD 11
At present we have 3 of these bikes. 
trilogyMission Trilogy Trike AD 3
Ideal for smaller individuals, at present we have 1 of these bikes.
QuadQuadcycle AD 12
At present we have 1 of these bikes
tagalong

Tag Along Trike AD 14At present we have 1 of these bikes.
This bike, attached to either a mountain bike or a trike, is perfect for children who need extra support and want to experience cycling for the first time.
 

RecumbentRecumbent AD 15 AD 16 Hand Bike 
At present we have 2 of these bikes.
Great for those clients who have used our ‘Davinci 1’ hand cycle and want to progress. Perfect for riding the full Cyclopark circuit!
Recumbent

Recumbent Bike AD 17
At present we have 1 of these bikes.

Perfect for riding the full Cyclopark circuit! For those who may want to progress competitively in their riding.

2 seat trike2 Seater Trike (Fun2Go) AD 18
The Fun2Go is a double rider cycle, a three-wheel tandem, in which the users sit beside each other. One person steers, both can pedal. The two persons have a good view and can communicate well with each other due to the seats being next to each other. 
At present we have 1 of these bikes.