We have lots of projects going on around the Humber to help remove barriers and enable people to either get on a bike for the first time, keep their current bikes fit and healthy, or improve their confidence and skills knowledge through cycle maintenance training. Find your local bike hub on our areas page.
The Bike Project is focused around, well – bikes. Because we believe bikes are important for a million reasons:
They can provide transport to work or school; they can widen employment opportunities; They offer an eco-friendly way of travel; they keep us fit; and they bring us the achievement of finally getting to the top of that huge hill – and the terrifying joy of the ride down. But that’s not all it’s about. Because we believe in community, in giving back, and in the notion that everyone should have access to the joy that comes from learning to ride.
Want to help us out? Don’t forget you can donate your unwanted bikes. They will go on to be refurbished, recycled and reused as a part of our training course, and will later go on to make stock for our bike libraries, or to be sold in our workshop at accessible prices. Sounds great, don’t you think?
Looking for repairs, sales or training courses? Call us on 01482 844422 for more information.
Donate A Bike We’re so glad that you want to help us.
One of the best and easiest things you can do is donate any of your unwanted, unloved or unused bikes. We use donated bikes as a part of our training programme. Once they have been refurbished, they go on to stock our bike libraries, or sold to the public at reasonable prices.
If you’re able to, you can drop off any bike donations at our Bike Centre in Cottingham, or we can even collect! Just ring our office on 01482 844422 to arrange. Alternatively, we have drop-off stations placed in Beverley, Driffield, Normanby Hall, Hull City Centre, Scunthorpe and Bridlington.