Inclusive Cycling

Inclusive and Para-cycling

Inclusive Cycling


Using an adapted cycle is a fantastic way for everyone to have fun, gain more independence and enjoy a sense of freedom. Whatever type of cycle, adaptation or support you need there is likely to be a solution, whether you have a disability, lack balance or want to improve your confidence. Here at York Sport we encourage all-ability cycling for recreation, sport, exercise and even just for fun. Book on to a session to find out exactly what inclusive cycling includes.

Our fleet of adapted bikes include trikes, tandems, side by side social cycles, hand bikes and trike tandems – please feel free to contact us if you are unsure of the best bike for you.

Fancy giving it a try? Contact to request a session.

The bikes are also available to hire for small groups and schools! Simply contact with your enquiry.

Cost: £5.00 (includes bike and helmet hire, Personal assistants, carers go free)

Super Sunday Inclusive, Para & Family Cycling


Family Fun on Bike Rides (Circuit)

Come along to our family friendly Rides aimed at all abilities, ages and interests. Our staff will be providing some fun activities, or you can simply just enjoy a safe ride in the company of other adults and children. A sociable and unforgettable way to spend an afternoon with your family.


We are a British Cycling Para-cycling hub, bringing people together on a regular basis to engage in coach-led cycling and competitive racing activities. The sessions are delivered in partnership with York Sport, Clifton Cycling Club Go Ride and British Cycling, providing opportunities for cyclists of all abilities and a wide range impairments.

Sessions will give riders a chance to get involved with cycle sport, helping them to keep fit, have fun and improve performance. The sessions are also the first step onto the Great British Para-cycling team performance pathway. We have a small number of bikes to try out including a tandem, racing trike and hand bike.

For accessibility information please see our page on Disabled GO.