Cycling is a life-skill that can enhance an individual's health and wellbeing, as well as their local community.



We believe every young person should have:

  • Access to a bike
  • The skills and confidence to use it
  • Somewhere local, safe and exciting to enjoy riding.

However, 75% of people at risk of deprivation never cycle[1].


What are we doing about this?

  • Facilities - We build exciting, accessible, and inclusive places to ride that are accessible to underserved communities and are free to use, with equipment on-site
  • Community outreach - We deliver specialist cycle training and Bikeability to inactive, disadvantaged and disabled young people in local schools
  • Clubs - We empower local people to create cycling communities by developing regular and inclusive access to equipment and training



Since Access Sport started our cycling work in 2011, we have:

With the support of our key partners, we intend to build on this success and:

  • Build more all-wheeled bike parks in the country’s most underserved communities
  • Deliver cycling training to a further 20,000 inactive, disabled, and disadvantaged young people
  • Create a network of 200 inclusive and sustainable cycling groups nationwide.



Our inclusive cycling offer wouldn’t be possible without the support of our partners, with particular thanks to Sport England, The London Marathon Charitable Trust, British Cycling and The Bikeability Trust.





To find out more about our inclusive cycling offer please contact:
[email protected]

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[1] Sustrans. Cycling for Everyone. https://www.sustrans.org.uk/media/7377/cycling_for_everyone-sustrans-arup.pdf