Get involved with RaceRunning

Introducing RaceRunners and RaceRunning

Running Bikes or RaceRunners are used by people of all ages for recreation, everyday mobility and sport at all levels. The user of the RaceRunner is also known as a ‘RaceRunner’, and for those who have engaged with the activity - it is something of a lifestyle! 

RaceRunning has physical health benefits for children and adults as well as developing a greater sense of wellbeing, encouraging new friendships and motivating children to engage more fully in physiotherapy.

"The equipment helps the RaceRunner distribute their weight in a way that allows freedom of movement for their legs and feet. The Racerunner also has very little rolling resistance and so users can achieve self propulsion with a minimum of floor contact. This is a great motivation for trying harder, stretching further for the reward of speed".

Quest 88 has been promoting RaceRunning for over 15 years after recognising its potential in 2003. We supply the world's leading RaceRunner - the Petra RaceRunner by Connie Hansen. It covers all ages over 7 sizes, with additional models for heavier users, for training and also Connie Hansen's elite machine - the STORM RUNNER. Over time we have developed a number of accessories which have been designed to assist athletes to use their equipment to the full.


Quest88 GAIN is our new program of fine-tuning RaceRunners through composite and custom accessories to assist with athlete position, comfort and weight saving. Please get in touch with Rob Henshaw on 07896 248484 for more information about how we can help.

More information on Petra Racerunners can be found here. 

Get involved

Whilst RaceRunning is not all about Sport, it is a big part of the RaceRunning world. Quest 88, alongside other organisations including CP Sport England & Wales, share a vision to see RaceRunning reach its full potential as a disability sport for people of all ages who may have impaired mobility or balance. Quest 88 is committed to the development of the sport and the freedom and fun it brings. 

The following clubs/organisations are providing RaceRunning opportunities in the UK:


NEW! Bath RaceRunning Club - Call 07880 743453 or email:

Gloucester Dragons All Ability Athletics Club (Gloucester) - most Sunday's 11 - 1pm - Contact via email:

*Fully supervised sessions with a full selection of RaceRunners, Racing wheelchairs and throwing equipment available.

Wheel For Wellbeing (Croydon, London) - Tues: 10 - 1pm / Fri: 11 - 1pm / Sat: 10 - 2.30pm - Contact: 020 7346 8482

*Please note: This is a recreational session, this hub has 2 RaceRunners on site but can not provide coaching. Please ring ahead prior to check sizes of RaceRunner.

Allsorts Glos RaceRunning Club (Stroud - Gloucestershire) - only on selected Sunday's 10.30 - 12pm - Contact Max Pemberton on 07872 562777 or by email:

CP Teens UK RaceRunning (Sheffield, Yorkshire) - every Wednesday 7.30 - 8.30pm - Contact Ellie Simpson on 07730494003 or email:

CP 'Tinies' RaceRunning (Sheffield, Yorkshire) - every Friday 5.30 - 6.30pm - Contact Ellie Simpson on 07730494003 or email:

RaceRunning Club for East London -  or call 020 7993 9883 / Sunday 9:45am-11am Venue: Waltham Forest Feel Good Centre, 170 Chingford Road, London E17 5AA

York RaceRunning Club - Friday 7pm – 8pm (Mid February – Mid November). Saturday dates vary communicated via Facebook (@YorkRaceRunning)

Venue: University of York Athletics Track, Newton Way, York, YO10 5NA - Liz Moulam – or call 07742 886 883

For more RaceRunning Clubs in England courtesy of CP Sport (England) - visit - Alternatively, you can call 0115 925 7027 or email:



Aberdeenshire Disability Sport (Aberdeen) - Contact Claire McDonald on 07533 056 564 or email:

Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) - Fridays 5 - 6pm - 8 years + - - Contact Alison Shaw via email:

A.C.E RaceRunning Club (Ayr) - Mon 6 - 7pm (Mar-Oct) - - Contact Margaret Drysdale on 07531 061 307 or email:

Dumfries & Galloway Physical Athletics Club (Dumfries) - Wed/Fri 6 - 7.30pm - Contact Russell Watson on 01576 470 633 or Anne Watson on 07795 198 574

Forth Valley Flyers (Grangemouth) - Tues 5.30 - 7pm - - Contact Ann Finlayson via email:

High Life Highland (Inverness) - Contact Fiona Green on 07557 744 447 or email:

Highland Cycle Ability Centre (near Inverness) - - Contact by email:

Kilmarnock Harrier & Athletic Club (Kilmarnock) - Wed 6 - 7pm - Contact Steven Mair on 07816 592 184 or email:

Meadowmill RaceRunnning Squad - - Contact Marietta  - or Lynda  - / 

Training times: Monday 6-7pm at Meadowmill Sports Centre, near Tranent 

Perth Strathtay Harriers (Perth) - Tues 6 - 7pm - Contact Jim Hunter by email:

Pitreavie Athletics Club (Dunfermline) - Mon 4.45 - 5.45pm - Contact Pierette Melville by email: or via facebook: Pitreavie RaceRunning Group

Red Star Athletics Club (East Glasgow) - Contact Janice Eaglesham by email:

Scotstoun (West Glasgow) - Contact Caroline Johnston on 0141 2875 294 or email:

Victoria Park City Of Glasgow AC (Scotstoun - West Glasgow) - Wed 6 - 7pm - Contact Gordon Innes on 07983 360 804 or email:

Other areas of Scotland are interested and hope to offer Running Bike activity soon, please contact Margaret Drysdale at A.C.E. RaceRunning Club to get more information about activities near where you live.



Cardiff Dragons All Ability Athletics Club (Cardiff) - most Friday's 5 - 7pm - Contact Gabriela Todd on 07803 770962 or email:

*Track fee payable at reception currently £2.10


If you would like to find out more about what is involved in setting up a new RaceRunning club, please contact Rob Henshaw at

We also offer come and try opportunities at CP Sport England / Wales events, supporting RaceRunning Festivals, as well showcasing Running Bikes at activity related events and exhibitions around the UK.

Please see our events section for all upcoming RaceRunning day events and for more information about the sport, visit or