about The Bikes College



The Bikes College is a non-profit self sufficient community project based on Copley Hill in Leeds, registered as a social enterprise that restores unwanted bicycles. We teach people of all ages how to look after their bikes, we provide free or heavily discounted bicycles and services to all our supporters; we provide the part exchange options too.

TBC started in 2011 in Bristol and after a few years of travelling around the UK it has settled in Leeds. We work closely with a number of organisations including but not limited to Leeds City Council, the Police, PAFRAS, Red Cross, numerous schools and community centres, etc. We support The Works skatepark, Wortley Community Centre and many others. We are supported by  the majority of industry affiliated businesses in West Yorkshire including but not limited to Woodrup Cycles, Aurelius cycles, Re-Cycle Engineering, Life Cycles, etc.

5 thoughts on “about The Bikes College

  1. I Went to buy bikes for three grand kids got exactly what we wanted. Staff are a great help and gave me good deal and also delivered. Could not have expected more. I’ve told everyone I know!!!!!


  2. Hi , went in to to the bike collage ON THE 18TH JAN asking if they have any clipless pedals ,they were very helpful and friendly, they heiped me to decide what
    size shoe I needed and told me where to go, I will definitely tell every one I know about them, 5 STAR guys,,,, DAVID,,


    1. Hi David- please leave us a review on Facebook too- it helps to show a wider audience what we do and why we are popular 🙂 thanks in advance and happy to help Sir 😀


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