The Access Bike Project

Getting young people on a bike

Hello! We're Access Bike Project! Here's a bit about us:
 

We're a community bike workshop that turns old bikes into opportunities for young and disadvantaged people, whilst promoting sustainability, creativity, friendship and green, healthy transport.
 

Our participants drop in to our workshop on Thursdays to hang out, fix bikes, build their own bikes, play games, and help others.
 

We do have a small shop in which we sell refurbished bikes to help cover the cost of new parts, and we invite anyone who wishes to buy a bike to simply pop down and look at what we currently have for sale (which changes regularly), just like you would in any normal shop.
 

We don't offer servicing, but we instead invite you into our workshop to use our tools and help and thus learn to fix your bike yourself!
 

We do accept donations of old bikes, but at the moment we are very full, and we're steadily working through a big pile of bikes. The best thing to do is send a photo of your old bike to info@accessbike.org and we can see if it's something that we can make good use of.
 

See you down in our workshop soon!

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Who are we?

Founded in Stroud in 2015 the Access Bike project aims to give everyone the chance to fall in love with cycling. By refurbishing donated bikes for sale and allowing free access to the workshop we look to remove any financial barriers to owning a bike.

 

But beyond that we run mentoring sessions with disabled and vulnerable young adults; community events, develop micro businesses and much more!

‘’We have such an awesome mix of people of all ages, from all backgrounds joining us daily at the workshop; it has proven to really bring people together’’ - Alfie Stephens, Project Founder

BIKES FOR SALE

IF YOU WISH TO BUY A BIKE
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PAGE FOR RECENTLY FIXED
BEAUTIES!

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What We Do

Turning peoples old bikes into opportunities for our youth! 
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