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Middlefield School, March 2024

'Such excellent help and support from John and Deines, allowing our young people to develop their friendships and regulate emotions in a safe and engaging space.'

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Glasgow Green Cycling Centre is a well designed track nestled amongst an orchard. Throughout the year thousands of visitors join us to play together, learn and find independence through two, three, or maybe four wheels. We have a variety of accessible bikes available, including hand cranks bikes, side-by-side tandems, wheelchair cargo bikes, go karts and tricycles.

Our track is open to all.

Glasgow Green Cycling Centre

Feedback 2024

26th June 2024

Just a little note to say thank you to all at the staff at Free Wheel North for everything you do for our group of autistic home educated kids. During our time I have seen them build confidence, courage and friendships with volunteers and each other. I am so very grateful. See you in August.

Take care x


20th June 2024

What a wonderful experience for the children! All three classes had a fantastic time. Great venue and wonderful staff. Thanks! We will be back again next year!

 Alexander Primary


18th June 2024

Thanks for all the good work , the commitment and fun day out to many people in the city. Thank you one and all. We forgot to say , thank you volunteers and staff. Pop round to our space, relax in our dream machine, meet others who love all you do.

Lorraine and Linda from the Space


15th June 2024

Fantastic facility on the volunteers are so helpful and the credit to the organization.

Richard Stainforth


7th June 

The pupils from school had a brilliant time on their bikes. They were well supported, encouraged and safe. As pupils who speak English as a second language this was a very accessible and enjoyable way to spend time outdoors and keeping fit. I would love to see a cycle track in Springburn – it would be perfect for the community and much needed!

Elmvale Primary, Springburn

22nd March

Thank you very much the kids love to come to ride the bikes

Rooney Lavina Graham Youth Family and Community Learning Worker East Kilbride Inclusion and Wellbeing Service.


21st March

Barmulloch Primary did our sponsored cycle here today to raise money for Cash for Kids. We can’t thank Norman enough for his support, organisation and patience! Our children and families showed off their skills and resilience and some learned to ride bikes. What an Amazing place.!!

Barmulloch Primary


16th March

We had a great time trying lots of different bikes. The common bike is amazing, I’ve always wanted to try one, thanks for the opportunity

Marion (France)


16th March 

Thank you so much for the opportunity. The kids loved trying all the different bikes and the whole family where able to take part. Staff were fantastic with the kids, helping them, went above and beyond. Large area for kids to try all the different bikes.


11th March

Such excellent help and support from John and Deines, allowing our young people to develop their friendships and regulate emotions in a safe and engaging space.

Middlefield School

24th February

Came across Free Wheel by chance. Kids absolutely loved it. Plan to come back another day and will definitely tell others. Great work team!

Pamela Strachan


I would love to see this service with more resources to allow them to continue serving the public in the east end of Glasgow. They contribute massively to reducing inequalities and providing a safe and welcoming place for the residents to take part with no constraints. The folk are wonderful who run this. Well done! May you continue to thrive and flourish.

Jennifer Butler

24th January

I am a primary teacher working within a nurture base within Miller Primary in Castlemilk. We have visited a couple of times now. Our children enjoy every aspect of the space, choices of things to ride, helpful staff. One of my children felt very anxious on the go kart and after a couple of tries is now fully confident! Our children always ask to come here when we are planning a trip out and the staff always make time to make us feel welcome. At times our children can become distressed or dysregulated and freewheelnorth never places judgement on any situation and always go the extra mile. We recently held a bake sale and our raised funds are for a donation to community cycle which we will be passing on at our next visit. Just wanted to pass on this feedback as it is well earned :)

Stephanie Shields

Miller Primary Enhanced Nurture Provision

20th January 

Our kids love Free Wheel North and always ask to go the bike track @ glasgow green. We have brought many friends and appreciate the work of the volunteers.

Craig McCormack

7th January

I was pointed in the direction of this wonderful charity by Cerebral Palsy Scotland while trying to source a trike for my three year old grandson over the Christmas period. What an amazing place! A cycle circuit in the middle of Glasgow Green which is fully accessible to those with disabilities. Staffed by an amazing group of people who are committed to making cycling inclusive for all. Everyone we met was friendly and helpful but also efficient and simply made things happen. The end result being one very happy boy out and about on a trike on his holidays. Fantastic! Thank you Norman and team, you are changing lives. I shall be spreading the word.


5th January 2024

Haven’t been since before covid but so glad my son reminded me of his good memories of being here! Brilliant to be back – great, helpful staff, great range of bikes and lively for them to get to try them all. We’ll be back and also recommended it to friends. Thanks so much for keeping this facility going!

Julia plus 3 kids

Our Clients


Some of the organisations that benefit from our services:

Abercorn School

Action for Children

Active Health Care

Angie Brownes Childminding

Annette Street Primary

Antonine Court

Ashton Secondary

Atna Ghar Women

Autism Initiatives

B Active (Pentland)

Baltic Street Adventure Playground 


Barrhead RC

Beachcombers ASN 

Beelieve Health and Wellbeing

Blysthswood House

Bosca Ltd

Braidbar Primary School

Bright Spaces Childminding


C35 Afterschool Care

Calton Centre

Campsie view School

Cardinal Winning

Carntyne Primary School

Cherrytree Court

Childcare in the Community

Children 1st

City College


Clydeview School

Community Connections

Community Integrated Care

Community Lifestyles


Cosgrove Care

Cross Arthurlie Primary School


Dalmarnock Primary

Dash Club

Deaf Blind Scotland

Drummore Primary

Duncanrig CSB

Dunreath Boys

East Dunbartonshire Council

East End Carers

East Park Home

Easthall Residents Association

Empower East

empower unity 


Epilepsy Scotland 

Erskine Waterfront Campus

Fair Deal

Fare Scotland

Firpark Primary Motherwell

Fun Lodge



Gateway ISS

Ghana Welfare Society

Gingerbread East After School


Glasgow Clyde College

Glasgow School of Art

Glasgow Women's Aid

Glenboig Development Trust

Glenburn Centre

Glencryan School

Govan Youth information Project

Graham Anderson House

Grass Market Project

Hard Knocks 

Hazelwood School

Highpark Primary

HK Care

Hollybrook Academy

Holycross School

Hutchensons Preschool

Hyde N Seek

Hyndland After School Club

In Safe Hands

Include me 2


Inclusion Scotland

Inclusive Homework Club


Insafe Hands Childcare

Isobell Mair School

Jam After School Care

John Paul II Primary

Keane Premier

Kear Campus

Kelbourne School

Key Community Support


Kirkriggs School

Langfaulds Primary

Leverndale Hospital 


Linburn Academy

Living Ambitions 

Loop Theatre

Love and Care Group



Mary Russell School

McFarlane Trust

Middlefield School


Mirin Centre

Monkey Puzzle

Mungo Foundation

Murray Primary

Neighbourhood Networks 

Netherlee Primary

New College Lanarkshire

Newton Primary Dunblanbe

NHS Restart


Orems Care Services

Oscars Playscheme

Our Home (Ladies)

Parkhill Secondary School

Partners for Inclusion

Partners in Play


Pentland School

Princes Trust


Real Life Options

Richmond fellowship

Riddrie Centre

Royston Youth Action

Saint Annes Primary

Scottish Autism

Scottish Cycling

Sense Scotland

Shawlands Primary

Social work

South Lanarkshire Council

Spark of Genius

Spinners Gate

St Andrews Academy

St Francis School

St Philips School


Stepping Stones

TASK Childcare

Threshold Glasgow

Toryglen Primary

Tots 2 Teens


Turning Point

Unity Empower

Upstairs Kids Club

Victoria Fall Support base

Wellshot Primary

West Dumbartonshire Council

West of Scotland College

William Barr ltd



Young Parents Support Base

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