Cyber Cyclists

Our weekly online classes and activities

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What is Cyber Cyclists?

We run free online activities and classes (on Zoom) for bike recipients and volunteers. We do this to develop skills and provide a platform for sharing talents and social interaction.

Who can join?

You can join Cyber Cyclists classes if you are:

  • A refugee or asylum seeker who has already received a bike from The Bike Project
  • A refugee or asylum seeker who is on our wait list to receive a bike
  • A participant of one of our programmes (Pedal Power, Bike Buddies, Social Action Heroes) or a volunteer with us

You must be 18 years old or older.

How do I sign up?

If you are in one of the groups above, please email us and ask to join Cyber Cyclists. Once you are added, you will receive daily invites by SMS/email.


We currently run Weekly Yoga Classes with Tamara every Monday at 9 am

Meet our instructors


Tamara is a yoga teacher and refugee practitioner who has worked with refugee communities in a range of contexts since 2013. Read Tamara’s interview here.


Kevin’s fitness coaching style is engaging and fun, to help improve attendees’ confidence at home and on the road! Read Kevin’s interview here.

Other information

Using Zoom

How do I join the Zoom meeting?

You can join our Zoom meetings from any smartphone or computer with WiFi by clicking the link we send you (by SMS or email).

If you have not used Zoom before, click here for instructions in Arabic, Tigrinya, Somali, French and other languages.

Can I still join the meeting without the Zoom app or an email address?

Yes! Follow the link that we sent you (by SMS or email) and adjust your browser settings within the browser menu (choose to view ‘Desktop Site’). Here’s a video to show you how:

Bicycle repairs

Help, my bike is broken!

If you have received a free bike from The Bike Project, we will also fix the bike for free in our workshop if required. Give us a call (02077 338 098) or email us to talk about what you need.

Where can I pump my tires?

Search ‘cycle shop’ on Google Maps to find one near you. Phone them to check that they are open, and ask if you can come in to borrow a bike pump. They would not usually charge you for this.

Other support

COVID-19 health information

Doctors of the World have put together some amazing resources about Coronavirus which they have translated into different languages most commonly spoken by refugees. You can access this information via their website.  During this time we know that people may feel more anxious than usual. Please contact us if you would like further information about support services that can help or just for a chat.

Contact us for help

You can call us on 02077 338 098 or send an email to for advice. We aim to get back to you as soon as we can.