Junior Wheels for All Witney (3-16 Years)

Junior Wheels for All Witney (3-16 Years)

junior Wheels for All Witney run inclusive cycle sessions for children aged between 3 and 16 years old, with disabilities, learning difficulties or other challenges. They have a great range of adapted cycles to choose from and these will suit most needs. Please see their cycle fleet or CTCs guide to adapted cycles for more information on their usage.

About the centre 

Junior Wheels For All Witney are affiliated to CTC and are supported by Cycling Projects and the Wheels for All programme. They are part of Wheels for All Oxfordshire.

The centre began after the local community expressed a gap in provision for inclusive cycling sessions with adapted bikes. Following some taster events and borrowing bikes, sessions were established with the help of funding by Oxfordshire County Council and the Learning Disabilities Trust.

 

A Taster Event on the Athletics Track.

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Activities available at the centre 
  • Riders cycle outside on a soft artificial turf pitch surface, in closed sessions. 
  • Children between 3 and 16 years old are welcome. 

 

Want to know more about who inclusive cycle centres cater for? Check out CTCs What is inclusive cycling? or contact us (see contact details above).

Centre activities 
Inclusive Cycling
Cost 

£3.00 per session

Volunteer opportunities 

Want to help? There are various ways in which you could volunteer:

Administration  
Sessional Support
Marketing
Fundraising
Additional Events Support
Cycle Maintenance  
Other opportunities

Locations 

Witney Artificial Turf Pitch
Gordon Way
Station Lane
Witney
OX28 4EL

By Bike: near NCN route 557
By Bus: S2, X15
By Road: near A40
By Rail: Hanborough

Opening times 

Open: May - September

Sessions:
1st Sunday of the month, 12:30 til 2:30pm.
Please contact them for their scheduled dates.
 

 

 

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