Cycling Projects Charity

Cycling Projects is a national UK cycling charity which promotes inclusive cycling through a range of successful community engagement programmes that give people the opportunity to cycle on a regular basis; through help, support and guidance.

Most noticeably this is all achieved through its two nationally acclaimed initiatives Wheels for All and Pedal Away

Donate

Help us reach more people.

See how you can donate to Cycling Projects valuable work.

Find a centre

Find your nearest centre.

We’ve got over 50 inclusive cycling centres across the UK.

Volunteer

Your spare time is priceless.

Learn new skills, meet new people, and support our valuable community work.

Our supporters

If your organisation is interested in supporting our charity work, please get in touch.

Better The Feel Good Place
Marmot tours
Sport England
Steve Morgan Foundation
St. Johns Foundation
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The latest cycling charity news…

Hannah Superhero Tri success

Posted: 12 September, 2019

On 17 August, 2019, Hannah completed her second Superhero Tri at Dorney Lake, near Windsor. She’s published a blogpost detailing her ex...

Wheels for All welcomes the Tour of Britain

Posted: 9 September, 2019

At both the Kendal and Birkenhead stages we will be giving some of our regular participants the chance to ride ...

A great night riding the lights

Posted: 5 September, 2019

The 2019 Ride The Lights in Blackpool saw plenty of cyclists out on a special bike ride through the Blackpool Illuminations.

Cycling Projects at HSBC UK Let’s Ride Events

Posted: 29 August, 2019

HSBC UK Let’s Ride events are a fun, family, cycling event proving that riding a bike is for everyone. At...

Join our fun family ride in Kendal

Posted: 29 August, 2019

Kendal Wheels for All is joining with Kendal Cycle Club to offer a family and adapted bike ride. Activities start ...

Marlow Red Kite Ride 2019 supporting Wheels for All

Posted: 29 August, 2019

Marlow Riders are once again running their popular Marlow Red Kite Ride. The 2019 event takes place on Sunday 1st September ...