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    Still a few days to order your trike for Christmas!

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    AKKA Smart

    The Akka Smart mobility platform enables profoundly disabled children to move independently around the home in their own wheelchair or home seating and in a safe way and operated by switches.

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    Refurbished bikes for resale

    Refurbished & Fully Serviced Cycles available to new homes and cycling schemes!

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    Max joins the race running revolution

    Six year old Max Ainsworth from Helmsdale, Sutherland is one of a growing number of children across the UK benefitting from using a running bike from Quest 88.

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Dark Horse Trailer

A promotional video/trailer for FilmGrade's upcoming feature-length documentary 'Dark Horses'. This particular video was made especially for the National Cycle Show in conjunction with A2B and featuring QUEST 88 All Ability Cycling and interviews from our good friends 'EMpowered People'.

Childrens Equipment
Inclusive Sports
Equipment for children

Click below to find out more about Quest 88's range of equipment to assist with early development, mobility and activity.

All Ability Cycling

Here you can discover that there are no obstacles to cycling for the first time or returning to cycling. Quest 88 offer cycles for all ages, abilities and ambitions.

Inclusive Sports

Find out about Quest 88's involvement in the world of disability sport.

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Case Study


    Rashmi Barker from Blackburn is a fantastic example of someone who has truly embraced the world of cycling despite her disability.

    Having been diagnosed with Polio at a very early age, Rashmi made a decision to never differentiate herself from anyone else and not let her disability affect her ambitions. "Polio has not stopped me from doing anything I have wanted to do.  As a child there …

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  • Max joins the Racerunning revolution

    Six year old Max Ainsworth from Helmsdale, Sutherland is one of a growing number of children across the UK benefitting from using a running bike from Quest 88.

    Max and his twin both have distonic diplegic Cerebral Palsy which means Max is unable to sit or walk unaided while his brother is mobile but insteps and has had an operations on the tendons in his legs to stretch them. Max is extremely…

  • Handcycle changes Ashley's life, physically and mentally

    Anyone doubting the positive effects cycling can have, need look no further than 42 year old, Ashley Stubbings from Mansfield Woodhouse. 

    Despite being born with Spina Bifida, Ashley has always dealt head-on with the mobility issues that come with such a condition, but has never been able to realise one of his dreams - to ride a bike.

    In 2011, Ashley attended the British Cycling Show …

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  • Severndale school benefits from cycles

    Severndale School in Shrewsbury is the latest setting in the UK which has benefited from inclusive cycles from Quest 88. An SEN school in the West Midlands, Severndale specialises in communication and interaction for children with moderate through to profound and multiple learning difficulties, aged between two-and-a-half to 19 years.

    Amy Schofield, a class teacher and the Extended School Co-…

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  • Jake of Lllangollen and his gift of freedom

    The Davies family from Llangollen enjoy nothing more than a weekend bike ride around their local area. Thanks to the Draisin Plus wheelchair tandem ten year old Jake, who has Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy, never misses out on the family fun! Every penny used to purchase the Draisin Plus was raised by the local community who wanted to see Jake cycling with the rest of the family. Despite the econom…

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