With the unveiling of the world’s first wheel park, Toyota reinforces its commitment to delivering ever better mobility for all.
Lily Rice
Lily Rice is the first woman in Great Britain to do a wheelchair backflip. And she did it when she was 13. She knows anything is possible when we are free to move and with her success is inspiring other girls to take up WCMX. Some day, Lily wants to see her sport recognised in the Paralympics Games, where she hopes to compete.
The Toyota Wheel Park
The next athlete drops onto the ramp and the low thrum of her wheels reverberates through their wooden studs. The sound announces to spectators another rider is in the park. But she’s not on a bike, a skateboard or rollerblades. She’s dropping into a fully-accessible hybrid skate park; and she is in a wheelchair.

And she’s not the only one smiling. Expanding WCMX as a sport is important to everybody—we even see able-bodied athletes taking turns in the provided wheel chairs. As it turns out, the stigma of physical impairment isn’t as strong as the desire to move.
This is a first for Toyota and is symbolic of Toyota’s vision of Ever Better Mobility for All. Toyota's vision is to offer integrated mobility solutions to everyone, including those with physical impairments, ensuring an increasingly inclusive society.
Mauro Caruccio
CEO of Toyota Motor Italia

Inclusive Hybrid Park
Focused on the freedom and fun of wheeled mobility, it’s built for sports like BMX, skateboarding, and one of the youngest action sports on the planet, wheelchair motocross (WCMX).

Building a Better Society
Toyota is committed to the freedom to move, whether it’s across the country, across town or across the wheel park because when we are free to move, anything is possible.

Mobility for All
The wheel park allows more people to move in ways too-often available only to the able-bodied. Toyota’s vision of equal access hopes to bring mobility, joy and passion to everybody.

Start Your Impossible
Toyota helps riders like Lily Rice of Great Britain turn her dream into a reality by providing resources and visibility to help champion her campaign: make WCMX an official Paralympic sport.