We’re a unique registered charity helping families, adults & children cycle more regularly. We focus on toddlers and their parents. People tell us that we are great at encouraging family bonding and community development.
Wheely Tots is based around Woodberry Down, N4 near Manor House tube, the Castle Climbing Centre, Finsbury Park, and the Model Traffic Area at Lordship Recreation Ground, N17. You can find out where we’ll be and book to attend a session here.
If you want to make a donation, you can find us on Wonderful.org.
An innovative way to support us – send ecards with DontSendMeACard.com and give the cost of printed greeting cards and stamps to Wheely Tots. Everyone will see that you donated and you can feel good about not wasting trees.
You can register with Give As You Live to support us when you shop online.
If you’re interested in volunteering with us, click here.
To contact us please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you wheely fast!
Here’s what families have to say about Wheely Tots.
“David was so incredibly knowledgeable and supportive as we picked out a first bike for our 4 year old. We have joined the fantastic bike library scheme, which means that we are looking forward to coming back to Wheely Tots every time our son outgrows one bike and moves up to the next level. The passion and vision that David has for Wheely Tots and the genuine drive to benefit the community means that buying bikes through this charity feels so much better than buying a bike online without the expert advice and not knowing how long that bike will last.”
Parent of 4 year old
“We were expertly helped. We visited the Wheely Tots showroom to speak to find out the best bike options for our little one. Though still small but we wanted to get started on some wheels. The showroom had various bikes for little legs at all stages, we were giving ample time and advice allowing us to try out the bikes finding the best option for us. I highly recommend a visit to the showroom. The Wheely Tots sessions in the park are also a great way of acclimatising little ones to cycling/helmets and spending some nice outside time with them.”
Parent of 14 month old
David is a qualified bike mechanic and cycle instructor specialising in family cycling. He has a wealth of practical knowledge and expertise about family cycling in London and loves helping parents and toddlers learn about places to visit and other activities to do. He knows the pros and cons of most toddler balance bikes and kids bikes so just ask if you want help choosing what’s right for you!
Gail, Session Leader
Gail has years of experience teaching adults and children to ride bikes and has particular expertise with helping primary school children. Running sessions for toddlers and parents is a breath of fresh air and her enthusiasm and passion for helping others is brilliant.
James, Session Leader
James is friendly and helpful, and always thinking of fun ways to engage with parents and toddlers. He is a qualified bike mechanic and an NSI instructor. He also teachers school children and families to ride bikes on London roads and delivers training for users of cargo bikes.
Rhiannon, Volunteering Coordinator
Rhiannon has lots of experience of working with charities and recruiting volunteers. She is a trained career coach and enjoys helping people to find opportunities to use and develop their skills through volunteering.
Lydia, Project Coordinator
Lydia has a wealth of experience in managing projects within community settings. She’s been exploring London by bike for many years and is passionate about sharing her enthusiasm for inclusive and safe cycling with others.