Preston on Wheels

Preston on Wheels

Preston on Wheels offers inclusive cycling for all abilities at two locations in the city, Moor Park and West View Leisure Centre. They have a wide selection of adapted bikes to choose from and CTCs guide to adapted cycles provides detailed information on their usage. 

About the centre 

Preston on Wheels is a Cycling UK affiliated centre. The inclusive project was initiated by Cycling Projects,.and their Wheels for All network, a nationally recognised programme that aims to make cycling accessible to all. Preston on Wheels was funded by the Big Lottery funding and in partnership with Groundwork.

Activities available at the centre 
  • Summer sessions run outdoors at Moor Park on a smooth surface.
  • Winter sessions are held indoors, in the sports hall at West View Leisure Centre. Please contact the centre to enquire about their winter period dates.
  • A wide range of adapted bikes are available at the centre to suite most needs. This includes large and small trikes, a wheelchair carrier, low access cycles and karts. Please contact the centre to discuss your requirements.
  • Individuals can just turn up and give it a try.
  • Groups should book in advance. 
  • Preston on Wheels offer a full weekly schedule of cycle sessions and led-rides for all ages and abilities. Please see Prestons Flyer 2015 for full details on their regular sessions.
  • Trained Wheels For All staff and volunteers are present at all sessions for help and support.  


Choose from three programmes

1- Wheels for All (WFA) - inclusive cycling for all abilities.
2- Junior Wheels For All (JWFA) - aimed at children and young people.
3- Led-rides - generally taking place on traffic free routes, for anyone over 16 years of age.


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 

£3.00 per person, one carer goes free

Volunteer opportunities 

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

Administration (such as on the committee, as a development co-ordinator, or to recruit volunteers)   
Sessional Support
Additional Events Support
Cycle Maintenance  
Other opportunities (please specify)


Preston on Wheels 
Moor Park
Blackpool Road
Preston, Lancashire

By Bike: on NCN route 6
By Bus: 19, 19A
By Road: off A5085, near A6, A59, M6
By Rail: Preston

Preston on Wheels
West View Leisure Centre
West View
Preston, Lancashire

By Bike: near local routes
By Bus:
1, 1A, 8, 99
By Road: off Ribbleton Lane, near A5085, A59, M6
By Rail: Preston

Opening times 

Open: All year

Summer Sessions:
Mondays & Thursdays, 10am til 2:30pm
JWFA Fortnightly Saturdays, 11am til 12:30pm

Led rides:
Grange Park Tuesdays, 10am
Haslam Park Tuesdays, 1pm til 2pm
Moor Park Wednesday, 12:30 til 13:30pm, for beginners
Avenham Park Fridays, 10am

Contact details

Yunus Suleman
079 71 476 698

Alternatively phone Yunus on: 077 48 207 549

Details of the centre can be found at Prestons Council Sport and Leisure services.    

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