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    Next generation of tricycles from Quest88

    Introducing the next generation of children's tricycles from Quest 88, with modular accessories for all abilities.

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    Rashmi's handcycle

    Handcycle gives Rashmi new lease of life. Click on find out more to read her story...

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    New look for Upi

    The Upi has a brand new look. Click on find out more for more images and information about the product.

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Accessible Powys Cycling at Elan Valley Visitor Centre
The centre is located within the stunning beautiful countryside of Mid Wales. Among the attractions on offer is a wide variety of cycles available for hire.

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Therapy Through Activity

Quest 88 therapy and mobility products for children are designed to assist and support physical development. Our equipment is practical and functional to help therapists and parents to achieve their desired aims.

All Ability Cycling

Quest88, design, manufacture and supply cycles for children and adults who have a physical or learning disability or have impaired balance. Our ambition is to see people of all ages and abilities fully participating in the fun and freedom of cycling.

Inclusive Sports

Quest 88's Inclusive sports equipment is as much for the school as for the stadium and with the energy and enthusiasm from London 2012, we believe that we can play a big part in opening up disability sport further.

  • 04.04.2014

    If you would like to explore the possibilities for you or your loved one, we are a phone-call away. For more information or to book a test ride (available UK-wide) please contact us on 0845 604 7258 or email: cycling@quest88.com

  • 25.03.2014

    This year we have acquired some new bikes, such as the next generation Quest 88 X2/X3 Children's Tricycles. So we had a brand new Children's tricycle range brochure made for 2014.

  • 17.03.2014

    EMpowered People have two new beneficiaries . Their bikes, supplied by Quest 88, were delivered and setup for each new rider at the Wheels for All Centre at Clayton-le-Moors on a fabulous sunny day.

  • 10.03.2014

    Quest 88 introduce their Sit2stand Electric Standing Frames. We plan to raise awareness of the range of Electric Standing Frames & accessories available in 2014.


Upcoming events

  • 17 May
    Camden's Active for All Day 2014 (London) Talacre Sports Centre. 17 May 2014
  • 25 May
    Shrewsbury Cycle Grand Prix 2014 (Shropshire) The Square. 25 May 2014

Our Mission!

To identify and develop new technologies which assist people in their physical development, rehabilitation and their dailiy living. To provide life enriching products for those with physical and learning disabilities. To provide rewarding employment both locally and nationally. To develop a reputable business that shares it successes and learns from it's mistakes. To promote inclusion and opportunity wherever the future takes us!


Case Study

  • Handcycle gives Rashmi new lease of life

    Rashmi Barker, 49, from Darwen in Lancashire, is someone who has had a lifelong dream come true thanks to inclusive cycling equipment from Quest 88. From when she was a young child, Rashmi, who was diagnosed with Polio, wanted a bike to experience the freedom it brings: "There were always two things I wanted, which I could not have previously because of my condition;

    a skateboard and a b…

    Rasmi's handcycle
  • Jacob loves his Draisin Eclipse

    Jacob Pinfold from Hull is a fantastic example of how inclusive cycling can benefit people of all ages and levels of disability. Jacob is a 12-year-old boy with autism who regularly uses his Draisin Eclipse supplied from Quest 88 at East Park, Hull. As a baby, mum Tracey Pinfold noticed that Jacob responded far better to routine; finding comfort in set processes and structure, rather than c…

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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…

    Jake on road
  • Molly's Kitten makes all the difference

    Three year old Molly Grove from Worcestershire is a fantastic example of how people of all ages and levels of disability can truly benefit from cycling. Molly was born with Spastic Diplegia cerebral palsy which gives her extreme stiffness and tightness in the back of her legs.  To help alleviate the symptoms Molly has undergone intensive physiotherapy from an early age to stretch and…