Tony Harvey - Cycle 4 All

Tony Harvey - Cycle 4 All

Cycle 4 All are an inclusive cycling centre run by Tony Harvey. Both children and adults of all abilities are welcome and they have a large fleet of adapted and regular bikes available to suit most needs. Please see CTCs guide to adapted cycles for more information. 

About the centre 

Tony Harvey - Cycle 4 All is affiliated to CTC. The centre is also affiliated to British Cycling.

Tony Harvey has a long standing career in cycling. He is an expert at coaching cyclists, has British Cycling level 2 coach status and is completing an Honours degree with the Open University in Sport, Fitness and Coaching. View his profile on LinkedIN. His Organisation, Tony Harvey Training provides coaching for individuals or groups and welcomes people who want to cycle to increase performance, to rehabilitate following an injury or operation or to improve their health and wellbeing.


The centre puts on exciting events for people with disabilities and of all ages.

Last year on Sunday 20th July 2014, a series of time trial events was staged at Jim Peter Stadium. The emphasis was on fun and aimed at riders with disabilities in an inclusive, safe and closed environment. Prizes for all age groups, most improved riders and best attendance were given according to different categories; karts, hand-powered, trikes, tandems etc.

This year,every Wednesday from 27th May to 30th September 2015, Cycle 4 All Twilight Criterium Race Series wll be held on the Lee Valley road circuit.  

Activities available at the centre 
  • Cycle 4 All welcome both children and adults with varied disabilities or other difficulties.
  • Inclusive cycling sessions take place at Jim Peters Stadium in Mayesbrooke Park.
  • Riders cycle outdoors on a smooth surfaced, athletics track. 
  • The centres adapted fleet includes tricycles, recumbents, hand-cranked cycles, tandems, rear-steer bikes and KMX karts.
  • Additionally, the centre has ordinary cycles, MTBs and BMXs too. 


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). adn

Centre facilities 
Changing Rooms
Facility details 

Changing facilities includes hoist and trained users are welcome to operate. 


See club website.

Volunteer opportunities 

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

Sessional Support
Additional Events Support
Cycle Maintenance  
Other opportunities


Jim Peters Stadium at Mayesbrook Park 
Lodge Avenue

By Bike: near NCN route 13
By Bus: 368
By Road: near A13, near A406 North Circular Road  
By Rail: Barking  

Opening times 

See club website.

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