You Can Bike Too is an award winning, all-ability cycling project delivered at Milton Country Park and the only project of its kind in Cambridge. There are a wide range of bikes to suit individuals or groups. If you haven't ridden for a while, would like your child to learn to ride, are nervous or have a disability there is a bike for anyone at You Can Bike Too. You can enjoy a fun family session, learn a new skill, get back into cycling after a break, try a bike adapted for your disability or even work with a para-cycling coach and take your cycling to another level.
Sessions are run by a trained instructor and supported by volunteers.
If you would like to try a bike you can book online or come along to one of our weekly sessions.
Please book in advance by calling the park office on 01223 420060
NB: If you don't get hold of someone straight away, please leave your contact details and mention that you wish to book a bike and you will get a return call. Arrive at the allotted time and ring the doorbell at the Park Ranger office next to the cafe.
Every Sunday: 11am - 1pm. March-Dec. £5 per person per session.
You can hire a bike by calling the park office in advance on: 01223 420060. £5 per bike per hour. Please leave a message and someone will call you back.
What do I need to bring?
Helmets are provided so you just need to dress appropriately for the weather. There's a café on site in the Visitor Centre for drinks and snacks.
Where can I cycle?
You can try out different bikes on our short 'Try It Out' route before you head out for a longer ride. Some people are happy to stick to the short route! Some of the park's paths aren't suitable for our bikes because they are narrow - our instructors will tell you which routes to use.
Does my support worker need to stay?
If you regularly need support then they should stay with you because they know you best. Support/carers ride for free and it's a great way to have fun together!
Our bikes are made with disabled people in mind - so we should have a solution that meets your needs. Our trained instructors have all the info on how to adapt different bikes for different abilities.
The park has disabled parking bays with level access to the park itself. There is level access to the cafe counter and ground floor seating, and a ramp up to the viewing platform at the back of the visitor centre. Accessible toilets are located on the ground floor of the visitor centre. There is also a Changing Places toilet near the car park.