Bookings for groups or individual private sessions on any weekday using our fleet of three and four wheel 'bikes', please to arrange.
Our sessions usually last for one or two hours. Sessions will be led by one of our staff, carers are expected to accompany the trainees. We usually limit group sizes to around 8 - 12 users.
Unless we have agreed with you beforehand we will provide one leader but please discuss at time of booking, If you can help move the trikes from storage to the riding area and you have enough carers we just need one leader but if not we'll have to supply extra staff which we will try to do with volunteers.
Costs for a group session are:
1 hour session with one leader £50
2 hour session with one leader £70
(if additional leaders are needed we'll advise the cost)
We offer a discount of £10 per booking if booking a minimum of 2 separate sessions.
We can arrange sessions for individuals at any time on weekdays. These sessions are on a 1:1 basis and riders can try out any of the bikes and be accompanied by an leader at all times (carers can use an additional bike as well of course). The charge is £25 per hour. We can sometimes deliver a session on a weekend on local cycle paths but please call to discuss (we cannot deliver group sessions on a weekend).
If a paid session is cancelled within less than 48 hours notice there will be a 50% cancellation fee.
Public events coming up
Our popular free 'taster' sessions happen in the Queen's Park on the 1st Friday of the month, 1.00pm - 3.00pm. Just turn up but we sometimes have a queue!
Poor weather or cricket fixtures may stop some sessions, please check our social media on the day.
Probable 2024 session dates:
Friday 5th April
Friday 3rd May
Friday 7th June
Friday 5th July
Friday 2nd August
Friday 6th September
Friday 4th October
Donations always welcome to help us keep running the sessions.
(All sessions weather permitting, please check our social media on the day)
Private Adapted Cycling Sessions for Groups
in the Queen's Park Chesterfield
Free sessions in the Queen's Park