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Case Studies

  • Choosing the right trike for a child with special needs

    Penny has gone from being an onlooker to her friends’ outdoor fun to now being much more “part of the…

  • Supervised cycling that allows our son to enjoy the outdoors

    “Nathan’s Tomcat trike has transformed the way he exercises, the way he socialises with others – which can be hard…

  • A form of independent physiotherapy for my child with disabilities

    We noted a difference in Sophie straight away, her confidence increased as well as her self esteem. The trike really…

  • Rediscovering cycling at an inclusive Wheels for All session

    I decided then that it would be incredible to be able to cycle in my own time, in addition to…

  • A bespoke special needs trike that keeps our boy happy, safe and healthy

    It was amazing to see Charlie able to use the pedals on the first attempt, definitely a day I will…

  • A holistic approach to inclusive cycling

    It really does knock your confidence when you’re unstable on your feet and when you go from being independent to…

  • An electrifying experience on the Tomcat Bullet Trike

    When you have mobility issues it really does knock your confidence and it takes a while to start to believe…

  • “I was born to cycle”

    “The Tomcat Bullet trike gives me a feeling of joy when I ride it and now I can ride on…

  • From trike to bike – Joe’s jubilant journey

    Once Joe got the hang of pedalling and riding with his siblings, we noticed in the first year that his…

  • Megan’s story

    Megan is 10 years old, she has Cerebral Palsy diplegia which affects her legs and arms