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Intro


BIKE KITCHEN AUCKLAND

The Bike Kitchen is Auckland's full-service community bike programme.
Born out of a need for better transport in Auckland’s Puketapapa area.
The Bike Kitchen was not only created as a place to service the bikes of locals, it was also created for the needs of newly resettled former refugees in Auckland's Puketpapa / Mt Roskill area.

The Bike Kitchen also offers bike leasing and hire.

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Intro


BIKE KITCHEN AUCKLAND

The Bike Kitchen is Auckland's full-service community bike programme.
Born out of a need for better transport in Auckland’s Puketapapa area.
The Bike Kitchen was not only created as a place to service the bikes of locals, it was also created for the needs of newly resettled former refugees in Auckland's Puketpapa / Mt Roskill area.

The Bike Kitchen also offers bike leasing and hire.

donate

 

The Bike Kitchen is a full-service community bike shop.
This project brings the beloved Bikes for Refugees programme to a new home in Mt Roskill/Puketāpapa – and combines forces with Roskill Youth Zone.
The Bike Kitchen is currently led by Puketāpapa Active Transport Haven (PATH) with the support of Puketāpapa  Local Board, Earth action, Puketāpapa Active Transport Haven (PATH), Auckland Transport, and Bikes for Refugees.

Any profits raised by the Bike Kitchen are used to fund ongoing work with Bikes for Refugees.
You’ll find the permanent Bike Kitchen container located on the grounds of Roskill Youth Zone/, 740 Sandringham Rd Extn, Mt Roskill, Auckland. 
There are many ways to get involved. There’s no such thing as too many cooks at the Bike Kitchen – in fact, you might say “many hands make a bike work!”

 
 
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Video 2


Bike Kitchen featured on The Neighbourhood

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VIDEO


VIDEO


Click the image below to hear Malid Rashidi talk about the bike he received from Bike Kitchen. NZ Herald 18/08/17

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/national-video/news/video.cfm?c_id=1503075&gal_cid=1503075&gallery_id=180522
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Click the image below to view the Newshub story on Bike Kitchen partnering with NZ Corrections.

http://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2017/06/fixing-refugees-bikes-helps-prisoners-fix-themselves.html
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GOALS


GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

GOALS


GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

  • Recovering and fixing up old bikes (sourced variously from the Community Recycling Network, individual donations, and the existing stock from Bikes for Refugees)

  • To put them into the hands of local families and former refugees in need of transport

  • While also teaching bike DIY skills and cycling skills workshops, so that everyone is empowered to teach others how to ride and fix bikes.

  • Looking to create a social enterprise for community renting and Selling bikes from the grounds of Roskill Youth Zone.

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LOCATION


LOCATION & HOURS

We are located on the grounds of Roskill Youth Zone/Wesley Community centre in Mt Roskill.

LOCATION


LOCATION & HOURS

We are located on the grounds of Roskill Youth Zone/Wesley Community centre in Mt Roskill.

LOCATION & HOURS

Located on the grounds of
Roskill Youth Zone/Wesley Community centre
740 Sandringham Road Extension
Mount Roskill
Auckland 1041

 

 
 

Contact Us or Volunteer

Reach out to us if you want to volunteer or if you want to contact the team.

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Gallery


BIKE BUILDERS

Gallery


BIKE BUILDERS

Here are just some of the happy faces that have been through Bike Kitchen recently. Locals who have fixed up their bikes to recently settled refugees from Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Somalia, Syria , Russia and Burma.