Making Trax

Making Trax is Access Sport’s BMX school and community outreach programme. Started in London in 2011 and now expanded to Bristol, the Making Trax programme sits within the award-winning BMX Legacy Programme and its aims to change the current scope and drive youth, inclusion and diversity in cycling.Read more

Wingz Cycling

Wingz is our disability inclusive cycling programme that strives to create opportunities for anyone with any disability, impairment and/or additional need. The Wingz movement is an initiative to ensure disabled people have access to quality, local cycling, as well as opportunities for personal and professional development.Read more

WoW Cycling

WoW stands for Women on Wheels and are local, female only, cycling sessions to get more women confident on two wheels. Open to women with little or no experience the sessions are a great place to socialise as well as getting active and learning a valuable life skill.Read more

BMXercise

BMXercise is a women only fitness class designed to give women and girls a new and enjoyable way to get fit. It is ideal for any women who want to get more active, get back into exercise or who are looking to try something new.Read more

Team100

Team100 is Access Sport's pilot volunteering project, developing and testing new approaches to community volunteering. Funded by Sport England, Team100 is empowering local people to get their community active.Read more

Flyerz Hockey

‘Flyerz’ hockey is the name widely associated with disability inclusive hockey in England. There are now 15 clubs delivering Flyerz hockey across England providing inclusive hockey for disabled people.Read more

JOIN THE TEAM

We're always on the lookout for enthusiastic new people! Take a look at our current vacancies and placement opportunities...Read more