The Community Bike Hub has been growing beyond expectations.

    Since opening in 2019, we’ve donated more than 600 bikes to people in need, moved our volunteering to the bigger and better Volunteer Resource Centre, extended our programs to the Surf Coast Bike Hub and welcomed 9 new employees to the team.

    And now, we’ve been lucky enough to extend our shop front at the Inner West Bike Hub. This means we can now stock more of the things you need for a comfortable and safe ride – from helmets to racks, baskets, bells, bike lights, and more.

    Over the next 12 months we look forward to developing our bike maintenance and education programs, whilst still providing a great bike service and sales experience at the Bike Hub.

    Visit the Inner West Community Bike Hub at 38-40 Moreland Street to take a look at the new shop front for yourself.

    Free kids bikes at the Volunteer Resource Centre

    With Christmas just around the corner, you might be stumped for present ideas. If this sounds like you, visit our Volunteer Hub and pick up a free kids bike today.

    We have plenty of kids bikes looking for their next home. So, do your bit for the environment and pick up one of our repurposed kids bikes from the Volunteer Resource Centre today.

    Visit to find out more.

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