All bike donors should arrive at your drop-off point having registered their bike in advance, and been assigned a unique Bike Number via email and text.

If they haven't completed this process, please ask them to complete the short form prior to leaving their bike with you (this is a simple process that can be easily completed on a smart phone).


Please enter their bike number below, along with the name of your drop-off point.

Bike Number (required format - B-XXXXX)

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Did you know?

We have supported over 6000 beneficiaries with bikes since our start, and have even expanded to Birmingham with a second workshop.

We take bike donations for both adults and children and donate to beneficiaries all across the country. Alongside their bikes, beneficiaries receive cycling gloves, a fitted helmet, a high-vis jacket and a lock. To top it all off, we even offer unlimited bike repair for life for our beneficiaries!

Beneficiary and bike

Every bike donated goes directly towards supporting refugees, whether that is by becoming a donor bike itself or through the proceeds we raise from its sale – which go directly back to helping refugees.

Thank you for being part of our mission!

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