Trafford Wheelers

Are a not-for-profit Charitable organisation, all-ability cycling club based at Longford Park Athletic Stadium

The club was set up in 2004 with encouragement from Manchester City Council’s Leisure Services Disability Development as an inclusive cycling club where disabled people come first.

In May 2010 Trafford Wheelers was formed

The main focus is to offer cycling to disabled people. They have over 180 adapted bikes and are confident that anyone can ride a bike regardless of their ability. They offer sessions throughout the week that are open to the public, catering for cyclists of all abilities.

The sessions are about recreational cycling where people can focus on fun and the health benefits of riding bikes.

No need to book, just go down and give it a go!

A bit more about Simply Cycling…
They have 180 adapted bikes, trikes, hand cycles, wheelchair accessible bikes, tandems and side by sides to suit all abilities
The most extensive range of adapted bikes anywhere in the country!
A strictly not-for-profit organisation. There is a small charge of £2 per cyclist per session.
Refreshments are available on site
All sessions are run by trained and qualified, committed volunteers
A ‘can do’ ethos and a policy that if it doesn’t work for you then we’ll find a way to make it work for you!

Has been recognized by the MBE for community organisations – The Queens Award for Voluntary Groups (2011) as well as Manchester, Trafford, Greater Manchester and British Cycling Sports Club of the Year and Volunteers of the Year Awards

Has received grants to purchase bikes from The Winston Runners, Manchester Airport, Co-operative Community Fund, Greater Manchester Police, Local Network Fund and Youth Opportunity Fund, Mamas and Papas and Sports England.

Session days and times:
Mondays: 9.30 – 12 noon
Fridays: 9.30 – 12 noon
Sundays: 1.00 – 3.00 pm

As they share the atheltic track, please check their website for possible closures

For more information call Helen on: 07871 621778 or email:

Simply Cycling - Website