Adelaide Community Bike Workshop

Helping Adelaide’s cyclists keep riding.

We are a not for profit, community organization,  registered charity, run by volunteeers.    Open to the public, everyone welcome.

  • Information and/or help to fix your own bicycle
  • Tool loan
  • Cost = parts +  donation to workshop funds
  • Pre-loved bikes for sale, Saturdays
  • pre-loved bike parts available
  • Volunteers welcome.
  • We accept donations of  bikes & parts
Donald and Dale on day of The Joinery Launch

Don & Dale, day of The Joinery Launch

Address – The Joinery, 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide
(The Old Bus Station – where BikeSA was)
Entrance – off Franklin Street, west side of Old Bus Station – look for the cyclone wire fence, sign “The Joinery”, entrance gate.

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Entry off Franklin Street

 

The front gate of our new home

The front gate

Current Opening hours –  Winter 2017

  • Saturday 9 am to 3 pm (including Long Weekends)
  • Tuesday to Friday 11 am to 6 pm (except Public Holidays)
  • Sunday, Monday closed
  • Public holidays closed

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Tim working on a frame

 

Bruce, Don and the tandem

Bruce, Don and the tandem

Our undercover work area

Our undercover work area

More information

  • Check our Facebook page
  • sms Mike Brisco 0435 02 16 81.
  • email mikejbrisco@gmail.com

Downloads

  • Bikes for Refugees information & forms; technical information. – here

The workshop is operated by Bikes for Refugees SA Inc, a  charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission. We  recycle  bikes, to hand on free of charge, to Adelaide people in need.  ABN 20 663 461 735, Fund-raising licence CCP2132.

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