The charity makes cycling a choice for all, with a dedicated track and a range of bikes.
The plan is to start the 2021 season on Good Friday, April 2, and operate every Friday and Saturday until mid-September, weather permitting.
Martine Walters, founder, said: "CYCALL has a wide range of bikes, including a wheelchair transporter, a four-seater trike and a hand-propelled trike.
"The adapted trikes are suitable for adults and children living with a disability or a long-term health condition.
"CYCALL sessions are about more than just pedalling, they are also a great opportunity to make friends and play outdoor games, such as swing ball and Giant Connect 4."
The charity recently received funding from The Bruce Wake Trust to buy a Ping! community table tennis table and this will be available for anyone using Brooklands Park during CYCALL sessions.
CYCALL operates a Covid-19 safety policy and all sessions must be booked in advance. As well as the Friday and Saturday sessions, the charity takes weekday bookings from schools, groups and organisations.