Cycling With Autism

We’re pleased to be able to offer one to one cycling tuition for all adults and children 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. This is tuition in how to ride a two-wheeled bike. We can teach all levels, from complete beginners learning to ride right up to confidence building and cycling on the road.

Omar is one of our students, check out his journey with Cycle South Brum in the video, we couldn’t be more proud of him. As Omar says in the video riding a bike you ‘FEEL FREE’ and we are enjoying delivering our learn to ride sessions however the cycling with autism program is going so well we already have a large waiting list so please bear with us.

Upcoming Classes

Please note that due to high demand, we are currently operating a waiting list.  Please join the waiting list and 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 Calthorpe Park, Balsall Heath (weekdays daytime or late weekday afternoons after school or occasionally at weekends), or occasionally at other venues.

We have adults and children’s two-wheeled bikes and helmets available for free hire for Victoria Common only. For sessions at other venues you will need to bring your own bike and helmet.


Join Our Waiting List


This cycling instruction class is free of charge, but please consider making a donation to ecobirmingham to support the running costs of Cycle South Brum.

We’d like to say thanks for the support of Children in Need, Transport for West Midlands, The Eveson Trust, The Keith Coombs Trust, The George Fentham Trust and Love Brum.




For more information or to book a session contact us on 0121 448 0119 or email: cycling@ecobirmingham.com

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