Regent’s Park Ability Bikes scheme provides safe and fun way for people with disabilities to enjoy cycling

One of the many things that Marylebone is blessed with is an abundance of green space—not least Regent’s Park which, in our humble opinion, is perhaps the most beautiful of London’s royal parks.

Extending the scope of the park as a place for outdoor enjoyment is CZWG architects and Concord London Developments, joint sponsors of the West Euston Partnership Ability Bikes programme. Eight specially adapted bikes—which are three-wheeled and have the capacity to be ridden independently or with assistance—are now available for use in the park from 11am until 2pm every Saturday, providing a safe and fun way for people who have physical or learning disabilities to enjoy cycling.