News and Media
2018 Festive Fundraiser
On 11th Dec 2018 we threw a wonderful party at Stour Space in Hackney Wick
In addition to raising funds, this was a great opportunity to thank our volunteers, our supporters, our corporate (and not-so-corporate) partners, TFL’s Cycling Grants London programme, and of course, all the community members who’ve believed in us, championed us and continue to support our work. With a stellar line-up of DJ’s, support from Camden Town Brewery and over £700 worth of raffle prizes, this was a party to remember!
Cycling Grants London
Case study write-up from Cycling Grants London – June 2018
A great write-up highlighting some of the work we do and why we do it
Many thanks to TFL’s Cycling Grants London programme, administered by Groundwork London who are supporting Pro Bike Service C.I.C. through their three-year grant award scheme. Of huge benefit (in addition to the finance) has been the training courses we’ve received – highly recommended!
Please check out some of the other amazing projects here
Bike Week 2018
A range of free offerings gifted for national Bike Week 2018, ranging from Bike Health Checks at the International Quarter London, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, to highly rated in-house Puncture Repair and Wheel Trueing workshops
(free events encouraging safe cycles in June 2018)
BBC Radio4 - Prayer for the Day
BBC Radio 4 – Prayer for the Day – 6th Feb 2018
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Alison Murdoch, a Tibetan Buddhist writer and former director of Jamyang Buddhist Centre in London
(the Gift Economy of Pro Bike Service and background story)
Bike renovation scheme offers support to refugees
TransportXtra – 17th Jan 2018
A bicycle training and servicing enterprise has launched an initiative to give refugees refurbished bikes and bike maintenance training
(supporting newly arrived Syrian Refugee families living locally)
Volunteers build a bike in a day at Mobile Garden City!
Engie – 26th Jul 2017
A ‘Build a Bike Workshop’ was organised with a local community bike social enterprise that has set up a brand new workshop at the same site as Mobile Garden City. The workshop involved a team of six people building a roadworthy vehicle, utilising a selection of parts including two donated bicycles from ENGIE
(corporate social responsibility event with Engie)