Corporate events

If you would like to order a one-hour event for your company team day (or any other purpose) please get in touch with us. For every Corporate Day that we do we will provide at least one “Ride in the Park” event for a care home or social care centre of your choice. It depends how much you would like to donate.

Rides in the Park are events for care-home residents and social care service users in the City of Leicester.  If you would like us to provide a Ride in the Park in any other area of the country we are happy to consider it depending on the logistics involved. We have proven the concept and tested the idea with our pilot partner, Vista, the low vision charity. 

The wheelchair platform in action with Linda piloting.

Contact us on leicesterwfa@gmail.com for further information.

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Grand Départ 2019 Leicester

Cycle for Cities Changing Diabetes Ride

We are proud to be associated with this fabulous event. The peloton leaves Leicester on 16th June 2019 on the Cycle for Cities Changing Diabetes. If you would like to take part and need access to an adapted cycle, tandem or cycle taxi please get in touch with us. The Leicester Diabetes Centre applied for funds for Leicester Wheels for All to be able to support the event with their all-inclusive fleet of adapted cycles.

Details of the Grand Départ from Leicester

Rick Wells-Cole, LWFA Trustee and member of Leicester Western Park Freeriders said

We are really pleased to hook up with Team Novo Nordisk. This ride, from Leicester to Olympic Park, is to promote healthy activity in support of the Cities Changing Diabetes strategy for reducing urban illness. Many local cycling clubs are coming in to support this great initiative. Leicester has areas with high prevalence of diabetes and the project will save lives ans improve the quality of life for our people.


Last year we supported World Diabetes Day (November 13th) see our blog below.