The Bristol Bike Project are offering a £100 key worker discount during lockdown

The Bristol Bike Project are offering a £100 key worker discount during lockdown

Posted on: 12 Feb 2021

There's never been a better time to make that long-awaited transition to two wheels.


Supported by Travel West, the Stokes Croft-based Bristol Bike Project are running an exclusive discount offer to get people out of their cars during lockdown, offering key workers up to £100 off their full range of refurbished bikes.


Open every week from Monday to Friday, the team take bikes donated by the public and give them a complete professional overhaul, getting them ready to sell on at affordable prices.


Bikes of all shapes and sizes, from hybrids to mountain and high-end road bikes, are available from as little as £150 (or just £50 with the key worker discount) - head to the BBP website or visit their store at Hamilton House to find out more.



Set up in 2008 by friends and keen cyclists James and Colin, The Bristol Bike Project was born from a desire to support the local community and provide asylum seekers and those on lower incomes with affordable transport.


Having started out putting up posters across the city asking for unwanted bikes and working out of a back garden in Montpelier, the project has grown into a fully-fledged, full-time workshop, rehoming spruced-up bikes with delighted new owners year-round.


All profits are reinvested in local community programmes dedicated to helping people across Bristol get out on two wheels.


The team's ethos is centred around empowering people in the community, strengthening the local community as a whole, educating people and creating opportunities to develop lifelong maintenance skills, and promoting sustainability through saving bikes and their working parts from landfill.


If you're a key worker and you've been on the fence about ditching public transport or seeking an alternative to driving to work, there's never been a better time to pick up a quality used bike at a great price.


Head to the Bristol Bike Project workshop at Hamilton House, visit their website or get in touch with the team via email to find out more.

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