We’re a volunteer-run project, off Brighton’s Lewes Road, working to enable members of the community to access affordable cycling by providing:
Free access to tools and workshop space for DIY repairs (donations appreciated)
Affordable new and used parts
Advice and support from our volunteer team
A choice of second-hand bikes at bargain prices
Please note: We no longer offer paid repairs or services. We encourage you to come down and take advantage of our Do It Yourself space. We are always up for helping complete beginners learn how to fix their bikes.
If you can commit a few hours each week to support our DIY maintenance sessions, to help refurbish bikes or to help out on stalls at events, we’d love to hear from you. Experience with working bikes is not essential.
If you would like to volunteer with us, please do get in touch. Contact Duncan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 07944 152706, drop in to see us or fill out our application and registration form here –
For more information, contact Duncan on 07944 152706 or pop in to see us.
Tuesday to Saturday
Summer 11 – 6pm
Winter 11am – 5pm
Brighton Bike Hub is committed to contributing to the transition away from fossil fuels and car dependency toward low-impact forms of transport like cycling. Reducing carbon emissions, improving air quality and making our streets more people and planet-friendly, while getting around more cheerfully. We are also committed to enabling those on a low income to enjoy the benefits of cycling.
We welcome donations of bikes. We refurbish these to make available for resale at affordable prices. Any bikes we can’t repair are stripped for useful parts and then sent for recycling. We also recycle unuseable tyres and inner tubes as part of the national Velorim programme. Each year we team up with Cycling UKas part of the Big Bike Revival offering free ‘Dr Bike’ check-ups and training opportunities.
Brighton Bike Hub is working in partnership with or funded by: