Middlesbrough Sports Village

Middlesbrough Sports Village

Middlesbrough Sports Village offer inclusive cycling opportunities for people with disabilities. The centre has a wide range of adapted cycles to choose from, please see CTCs guide to adapted cycles for further information.

About the centre 

Middlesbrough Sports Village is a Cycling UK affiliated centre.

Besides cycling, the Sports Village provides visitors with a wealth of both indoor and outdoor recreation and sports activities to choose from. On offer is a skate park, an athletics track, football pitches with both natural and synthetic grass surfaces, a gym, a sports hall and a fun village for kids. All these can be viewed on the Sports Village Map. 

The Sport Village is part of a much larger complex of leisure facilities on offer for Middlesbrough and its surrounding communities, run in partnership with Middlesbrough Council. This includes options for swimming, playing golf, fitness classes, walking, dancing, roller skating, BMX biking and play areas for young kids. 

The centre is located south of Middlesbrough city centre and there are many historical places of interest, nature reserves and recreation parks nearby. Captain Cooks Birthplace Museum is located in Stewart Park, on the site were the famous navigator and mariner was born, and the National Trusts Ormesby Hall is situated the Redcar and Cleveland Park. Places to enjoy the natural environment include Berwick Hills and Stainton Quarry, and if you are looking for a bandstand, pond, tennis courts or a bowling green then Albert Park or Pallister Park might be worth a visit.


Activities available at the centre 
  • This is a purpose built, 1 km long smooth track, which is 6 metres in width.
  • Riders cycle on a smooth tarmac surface.
  • Individuals choose when they want to ride a bike - just turn up, hire an adapted cycle and use the track with your friend or carer.
  • User groups can use the centres adapted cycles on prior booking.
  • The cycle circuit centre is open to all types of cyclists, who are welcome to bring their own equipment or hire a bike onsite.  


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 facilities 
Changing Rooms
Facility details 

Middlesbrough Sports Village have changing places facilities.

Volunteer opportunities 

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

Sessional Support
Additional Events Support
Cycle Maintenance  
Other opportunities (please specify)


Middlesbrough Cycle Circuit
Middlesbrough Sports Village
Alan Peacock Way
Marton Road

By Bike: on local routes
By Bus: 63, 28, 322R, 605, X80
By Road: off A172, near A174, A19, A66
By Rail: Marton

Opening times 

Open: All year

Daily from 9:30am til 9:30pm
Bank Holiday opening times vary, please contact the centre to enquire.    

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