Register for a bike in London or Birmingham
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ: DUE TO INCREASED DEMAND WE ARE UNABLE TO TAKE ANY MORE REFERRALS. PLEASE CHECK BACK IN JANUARY 2020. If you have already applied for a bike you will get an appointment within the next 8-10 weeks.
Am I eligible for a bike and/or cycling lessons?
Yes, if you are either: an asylum-seeker or have been granted refugee status within the last 5 years and can get to our Birmingham or London workshops to collect, you may register for a bike.
If you are a refugee woman aged 15-80 then you can also get a bike through Pedal Power, our programme of cycling lessons for refugee women. Click here for more information about Pedal Power and how to register for cycling lessons. If you don't fit these criteria, then unfortunately we can't help you.
I just need a bike, how do I register?
Our bike donation process is very straight-forward. You must complete a form where you will be asked to provide some basic personal details (including your Home Office ID or reference number) and then we will be in touch with an appointment date and time to collect a bike. Please note that there is often a long waiting list and so you may not hear back from us for up to 3 months after requesting your appointment.