The Canterbury Bike Shed is a community based program, where we breathe life back into donated and discarded bikes and get them back on the road.
By getting involved in the Canterbury Bike Shed you can:
- learn to repair and maintain bikes
- reduce the amount of bikes going into landfill
- promote bike riding in your community
- attend bike safety information sessions
- meet other people in the community
The repaired bicycles are either given to disadvantaged people in the community who may not be able to afford a bike of their own or sold to local community members to assist in covering our repair costs.
The Canterbury Bike Shed is open on the first and third Saturday of every month, 9.00 am – 1.00 pm (except Public Holidays).
We gladly accept old, unwanted bicycles, tools or bike parts. We have very limited storage space so can’t accept all donations all of the time. Please contact us ahead of time to see if we are currently accepting donations.
How do I get involved?
Contact the Canterbury Bike Shed Co ordinator and make a time to visit the Shed and see what it’s all about. If you decide you would like to be involved we will ask you to complete a membership form and pay an annual fee of $10.00. This fee covers basic costs (like morning tea) and includes membership of Canterbury City Community Centre which ensures you receive the quarterly Centre Newsletter.
For more information
Contact T: 9750 9344 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Canterbury Bike Shed is supported by funding from the City of Canterbury.
The Canterbury Bike Shed is located at the rear of the Canterbury Men's Shed at 109 Clissold Parade Campsie.