We’re pleased to be able to offer one to one cycling tuition for children and young people with Autism or Dyspraxia or Hypermobility. There is currently a waiting list. This is tuition in how to ride a two-wheeled bike. Donations welcome.
This is available to all children and young people on the Autism spectrum or with Dyspraxia or Hypermobility – including where there isn’t yet a formal diagnosis but where a parent believes their child has a condition. We can teach all levels, from learn to ride up to cycling on the road. Please contact us using the form below and we will be in touch (usually within 7 days) to arrange a date. We’re sorry but we’re unable to take telephone bookings.
Please note that due to high demand, we are currently operating a waiting list. Please fill in the registration form and you will be placed on the waiting list. We will contact you when we are able to offer you a place.
All children and vulnerable adults should be accompanied by a parent or carer when they attend. Sessions are normally held at Victoria Common, Northfield (weekdays daytime or after school) or Cannon Hill Park (weekdays daytime or late weekday afternoons after school or occasionally at weekends), or occasionally at other venues.
We have children’s two-wheeled bikes and helmets available for free hire for Victoria Common only. For sessions at other venues (Cannon Hill Park) you will need to bring your own bike and helmet. If you are interested in cycling on an adapted bike, please contact Wheels For All who provide this service in Birmingham, or Sense, who provide it in Solihull.
Cycling with Autism is funded by BBC Children in Need.