Founded by Scott Smith and Paul Cooksey, both full time wheelchairs users, we have tried and tested each solution and believe in the products we have available – from the fantastic freewheel to brand new innovative ways to exercise, like our very own Invictus Active Trainer.

Here at Invictus Active we have a range of solutions that we hope will make a difference to your lifestyle – we call these ‘lifestyle solutions’. Using these you will be able to keep active and reap the benefits that an active lifestyle brings.

The word ‘Invictus’ is latin for ‘unconquered’ or ‘invincible’ and also the title of a Victorian Poem by William Ernest Henley. Published in 1888 the poem describes his strength in the face of adversity and that nothing was going to stop him. You can listen and read the poem here.


We have a small team but always try to help as best we can and dispatch products as quickly as possible. Feel free to ask us any questions you may have – whether this is about our products, how we can help you improve your fitness or even our experiences as wheelchair users in general.

Scott Smith


Paul Cooksey


Danielle Roberts

Customer Service Executive

Ryan Hirst

Wheelchair Specialist

Micheal Reynolds

Product Maintenance

Ella Beaumont

Personal Trainer


  • To improve lifestyles by encouraging and enabling all those with a disability to become more active.
  • Combining our personal experience with the latest innovations to create and develop products that achieve a better solution.
  • To allow customer feedback to constantly drive our product innovation.

We work with some of the leading brands and companies in the industry and have formed partnerships to be able to bring these solutions to the UK market – including:

We also work with several universities, clinics, hospitals, gyms & organisations in both research and development, these include:


  • California State LA University
  • Shrewsbury University
  • Worcester University
  • London University Collage
  • Southampton University
  • Bedfordshire University
  • Manchester University

Hospitals & Clinics:

  • Oswestry Spinal Unit
  • Cardiff Spinal Unit
  • Stoke Mandeville Hospital


  • The Shrewsbury Club
  • Portway Lifestyle Centre
  • Portmanock Leisure centre (Dublin)


  • English Federation of Disability Sport
  • Weir Archer Academy – Wheelchair Racing

We welcome all enquiries and are keen to develop further partnerships – contact us here.

2021 heralds another exciting year of further enhancements to our existing product range as well as the development of brand new products to add to our existing lifestyle solutions, equipment and accessories.

In our usual fashion we will try to maintain our ethos of enabling any new developments to be ‘bolted onto’ our existing designs allowing our loyal customers to upgrade and improve rather than feeling left behind and penalised for helping pioneering the Invictus Active brand, we have all felt that way in the past with our laptops and phones!

Amongst some of the solutions currently under development are enhanced online interaction (EOi), (imagine being able to go online and competing head to head against a friend sat on their trainer on the other side of the world!…) We are also developing a range of wheelchair sports trainers covering court sports like tennis, basketball, rugby as well as racing chair trainers that can be used as a static trainer or transported to a trackside for warm up and cool down routines.

Keep an eye on our latest news here – or feel free to send us your email address via our contact form here to be added to our regular email newsletter.


We recently filmed our Invictus Active Trainer being used at The Shrewsbury Club.
A leading health, spa and tennis centre. Inclusive fitness at it’s best!…

Scott & Paul Interview
How the trainer was created and the future.
Invictus Active Trainer
Ultimate fitness machine for wheelchair users.
FreeWheel Testing Course
Scott & Paul put the FreeWheel to the test.
Kuschall K Series Review
Scott reviewing a customers new wheelchair.


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