As a charity dedicated to offering unique cycling experiences to individuals of all abilities, we are thrilled to announce a series of exciting events for the year ahead. Through our Pedal Power cycling service, the organisation aims to promote fun, therapy, and achievement through cycling activities.

Thanks to the support from the Landfill Disposal Tax administered by WCVA, Cycling 4 All is pleased to offer Youth Volunteering opportunities and free Learn to Ride sessions. These initiatives aim to engage youth in the world of cycling while fostering a sense of community and environmental responsibility.

Youth Volunteering Opportunities: Cycling 4 All invites passionate young individuals aged 14-18 to join them for an enriching volunteering experience. The program offers various benefits, including:

  • Learn Bike Maintenance: Gain hands-on experience and become proficient in bike maintenance.
  • Qualifications: Earn a bike maintenance qualification to boost your skills.
  • Site Work: Contribute to your community by participating in on-site activities.
  • Guidance and Support: Receive guidance every step of the way from experienced mentors.
  • Refreshments Provided: Enjoy complimentary refreshments during sessions.

Sessions will take place on Tuesdays, welcoming both individual volunteers aged 14- 18 and school groups aged 11-16. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Rob Pullen at 07908 325 508 or email

Learn to Ride Sessions: Starting from March 30th and running every Saturday until April 27th , Cycling 4 All offers Learn to Ride sessions. Participants are encouraged to bring their bikes and helmets, although equipment is available for use if required. To book your spot or for more information, please contact Hanna Clarke at 01978 757524 or email

Bike Proficiency Courses: New for 2024, Cycling 4 All introduces Bike Proficiency courses for 8-16-year-olds, made possible by funding from the People’s Postcode Lottery. These courses, held during school holidays on April 4th , May 30th , August 1st , and August 22nd  from 10 am to 3 pm, focus on essential bike handling skills, road safety, and basic bike maintenance. Participants must be able to ride a bike unaided to attend. To secure your spot or for more information, please contact Hanna Clarke at 01978 757524 or email

Cycling 4 All is committed to creating inclusive opportunities that promote health, well-being, and community engagement through cycling. Join us in our mission to make cycling accessible to all!