Public Notice - the Adapted Cycling Scheme will reopen from Wednesday 8 September. More information on booking can be found below.
East Park is home to the Adapted Cycling Scheme, the regions only dedicated adapted cycling centre and the largest scheme of its kind in the UK. Disabled people, their carers and families can access the scheme to get active in Hull's flagship park and enjoy cycling in a relaxing outdoor environment.
The Adapted Cycling Scheme has over 90 bikes and has a wide variety of types of adapted bike for use for people with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities. This allows the scheme to cater for a range of disabilities within those categories and find the bike that is right for them to enjoy physical activity. The scheme is open to people of all ages.
How to join and book a bike
To register for the adapted cycling scheme new customers must complete a registration form prior to use which can be obtained from East Park Reception. A passport sized photograph along with photographic identification and proof of address are required.
For new customers, an assessment of your needs will be done by the staff to ensure we find the correct bike for your use.
All sessions must be booked in advance before 10am by calling East Park Reception on 01482 616 878.
Please note that as we now reopen for the public, existing customers will be asked to complete a new registration form prior to use to ensure we have up to date details.
Registration fee - £1
Session price - £5.15 each person. Carers ride for free.
Family ticket - £17
The adapted cycling scheme will be open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm. Sessions must be booked in advance before 10am by calling East Park Reception on 01482 616 878.