Please note that we can only accept working or easily fixable bikes as donations.
In the developing world the most useful are adult sized sturdy hybrids or mountain bikes and BMX sized bikes. Generally we can’t accept small children’s bikes because we can’t find homes for the really little ones, but anything from BMX size up to full adult size is in demand. The BMX’s are particularly useful for our aboriginal community schools program.
If you have an adult sized bike in reasonable condition that is unsuitable for the developing world we can still use it to benefit the project by repurposing it for use here through partnerships with other bike based charities – it will certainly be put to good use and find a new life.
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Donation Drop Off Locations
- Garland Cycleworks Canning Highway, South Perth (Junction of Berwick St)
- Pat Howell 23 Minilya Street, Innaloo – (ph)9446 4170 (drop off behind front fence)
- Frank Konstek Banjup – (m)0411 661 144
- Robinson Group – 56 Irvine Drive, Malaga (factory unit) – (ph)9249 7055
- Sandy & Michael – 1040 Bailey Road, Glen Forrest (ph)9298 8597 – (m)0429 163 841
- Ross & Renee – 29 Leaside Way, Spearwood
- Wendy & Jamie – 17 East Street, Guildford – (m)0402 132 523 (leave bikes on verandah or side of house)
- Paul – Storage King, Bibra Lake 309 Spearwood Ave, Bibra Lake – (ph) 9418 5011
- Joondalup Men’s Shed – 3 Macgregor Drive, Padbury –Monday to Friday (8.30am to 2.30pm) www.jms.org.au/contact/
- South Beach Cycles – 408 South Terrace, South Fremantle – Daily 9am-5:30pm (Sunday 12-4pm)
OR at our Workshop In Middle Swan during opening hours (9:00am till about 1:00pm on Tuesdays and Fridays).
Would you like to join this list? We are always looking for additional drop-off points. If you have space in you garage or shed to temporarily store 10-20 bikes, our volunteers will pick them up when your capacity is reached.