New Forest Bike Project

We recycle bikes and relocate them in the community for those in need.

New Forest Bike Project

New Forest Bike Project (NFBP) is a social enterprise – a registered Community Interest Company (CIC, number 10327640) which takes in unwanted bicycles and then repairs, restores and relocates them. We aim to help people from all walks of life get out on two wheels and for it to be an inclusive and fun experience. DON’T dump it, recycle your old bike! Scroll down further to contact us or click on the menu icon top right to find out more.

We’re NOT a retail shop selling new bikes & new parts and don’t get involved in warranty work on your new steed, if you need this take it to where you bought it or there’s plenty of good shops in our area – try our friends at: Hargroves (Totton), Boost Bike Hub (Brockenhurst), New Forest Cycling (Burley), Woods Cyclery (Lyndhurst), Forge Cycleworks (Ringwood) or Primera (Bournemouth).

We are a small operation helped by volunteers so don’t have set opening hours – best make an appointment if you want to see us. Please also don’t leave donations outside the workshop if we are not there, they tend to go walkies. Just let us know first to arrange a time before making a trip. Thanks again!

Also, we’re OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, we’re normally about at the workshop Monday-Friday 10am-3pm or briefly Saturday mornings but please check first. We are still doing pickups/deliveries in the van but only staying very local at the moment as things are so bonkers busy at the workshop we’re not getting much time to escape plus the cost of fuel means we have to justify using the van more.

We’ve recently moved to new premises – it’s 100m up the road from where we were before – now at 55 Old Milton Road, New Milton BH25 6DJ, undertakers either side of us, the dead centre of town etc. Parking is a bit of a free for all out front but there is a rear yard for easier access or a pay and display behind Tesco Express. Or better still, get the train, walk, cycle etc…..Google/Apple maps is your friend.

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