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The London Bike Kitchen is a do-it-together bike workshop in Hackney that focuses on education, empowerment, and fun! We run drop-in sessions, teach classes like Intro to Maintenance, Wheel Building, and Build Your Own Bike, and run a biweekly Women and Gender-variant (WAG) night.

 

 

The Clandestine Clunker Club makes custom porteur racks, plays around on clunkers and is clear that he’d never be a member of any club that would have him as a member.

 

 

 

The Bristol Bike Project is a comprehensive Community Bike Project, repairing and relocating unwanted bicycles. We aim to help people from all walks of life get out on two wheels and for it to be an inclusive and empowering experience.

Jet McDonald is a writer, musician and psychiatrist. He spent a year cycling from Bristol in the UK to Trivandrum in India with his girlfriend Jen. He is a lead writer for Boneshaker Magazine. His non-fiction work has been published in “The Idler”, a collection of radical essays. He is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrist’s Special Interest Group in Philosophy.

 

 

Nick Marks is part of Sussex Bike Training, a Community Interest Company that helps community groups to set up and sustain bicycle refurbishment workshops. Nick is currently writing a PHD on bike workshops and mental wellbeing.

 

 

 

 

The Ape Project is a Bristol based community interest company, creating pedal powered art workshops and other environmentally led play opportunities for children and young people in and around Bristol, offering a kid’s bike library.

 

 

The Broken Spoke Bike Co-op is a DIY bicycle workshop that teaches people of all ages and backgrounds how to ride and repair bicycles. They are creating a culture of cycling in Oxfordshire.