People with physical, sensory, intellectual impairments, hidden disabilities and medical conditions can all take part in cycling.
British Cycling aims to ensure cycling is accessible for all.
Some disabled people may require an adaptive bike, and there are many different types of cycles available to suit a range of impairments.
On these pages you will find further information about the opportunities available, types of cycles, accessible clubs and pathways into para cycling. For anyone wishing to try cycling for the first time, our Limitless programme is the perfect opportunity.
British Cycling’s Limitless programme provides a network of inclusive and accessible cycling clubs across the country. Disabled people can try the sport, meet new people, develop technique, fitness and confidence.
For riders with ambitions of competing at an elite level, there is a dedicated para performance pathway.