Adelaide Community Bicycle Workshop


 

All photos by Sean.

The Adelaide Community Bicycle Workshop is a safe & secure workshop area located centrally in the Adelaide CBD and providing access to all the tools and advice you need to have a go at maintaining your own bike.

The Workshop is associated with the Bikes for Refugees project and supported by the Bicycle Institute. It provides an inclusive, co-operative & secure space dedicated to repairing and recycling bicycles and developing & sharing the skills involved. Everyone is welcome – so come and drop in. The tools are there waiting for you, and someone will be available to provide guidance and help if needed.

 

Opening times:
Every Saturday 9 am to 3 pm
Every Tuesday to Friday 11 am to 5 pm

Where:   ‘The Joinery’, 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide (AKA ‘The Old Bus Station’ – enter off Franklin Street from the western side or rear of the building)

Bikes for Sale:  We also have plenty of bikes of all types that have been repaired, checked and are now for sale at very reasonable prices – click here to see those currently available.

All proceeds go towards keeping the workshop running (buying tyres, tubes, cables & other parts, new tools when required etc).

 

To contact the Workshop about what we do, or to donate bikes or parts, email Coordinator Mike Brisco.

You can also check our Facebook page and ‘follow’ for up-to-date information.

Subscribe to updates & news from the website here. 

A single page pdf poster for your workplace can be printed off here.

 

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