The Ace Bike Club has a weekly workshop session for clients of Ace of Clubs
The bike club was originally started in 2010 and was managed by some formerly homeless and vulnerable people who were helped onto their feet by Ace of Clubs.
This is on every Wednesday (9:30 – 12:00 ) , and clients of Ace of Clubs day centre are welcome to come along to get their own bike mended, or to help service donated bikes (which can then be given to other homeless people).
This weekly session is run by a qualified bike mechanic who is on hand to give advice and help.
We also offer a limited bike maintenance, and bike recycling (!) service to members of the local community
To buy or donate a bike, or to get a bike fixed or serviced, just:
Telephone 020 7720 2811
Or if you wish, just bring the bike to our centre between 10am & 3pm Monday to Friday.
LONDON to BRIGHTON BIKE RIDE : 16th September
Ace of Clubs has 15 places on the Clapham to Brighton bike Charity bike ride on 16th September.Do you want to challenge yourself to complete this lovely 54 mile ride , and raise funds for Ace of Clubs at the same time?
This event is fully marshaled, with free drinks and lunch, as well as access to return coach travel for you and your bike at a reasonable cost. Most importantly, you will also get a finishers medal!
Follow this link to find out more about the event :
And follow this one to book one of the Ace of Club places and start setting up your fundraising page
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Ace Bike Club Goals
- To build bikes for homeless people who need cheap transport to accommodation/employment interviews and such.
- To teach vulnerable people a new trade to help them become employable and reconnected to their community
- To fix, service and restore bikes for our neighbours and members of our local community
- To sell restored bikes to the local public
- To give members of the public and our local community a way of getting involved with our work and supporting us in helping people
- To provide a way in which those who have been helped onto their feet give back to the community