New Forest Bike Project CIC

New Forest Bike Project CIC

Welcome to New Forest Bike Project CIC homepage, who are an affiliated centre of Cycling UK.

About the centre 

Visit our website: or facebook/twitter @newforestbike for latest news


Tel. 07818 403114

Address from 14th January 2019:

New Forest Bike Project,

62 Old Milton Road, New Milton, Hampshire BH25 6EH



Activities available at the centre 

New Forest Bike Project CIC are a Cycling UK affiliated centre. Based in New Milton serving West Hampshire and East Dorset - we are a not-for-profit community social enterprise which takes in unwanted bicycles and then repairs, restores and relocates them. We aim to help people from all walks of life, particularly those that suffer disadvantage, get out on two wheels and for it to be an inclusive and fun experience. Offers of support always welcome, please visit our website and Facebook/Twitter for latest news: @newforestbike 

Centre activities 
Recycling Centre
Centre facilities 
Facility details 

Not much facilities sorry, just a workshop store and a friendly welcome. Always best to ring or email first before visiting as we might be out delivering or picking stuff up.


Donations accepted for adult bikes, parts and anything cycling related. We do sell on good used refurbished bikes and parts to raise funds for the project, to keep it sustainable and help keep people on the road at an affordable cost. We help with bike maintenance & often do stuff for nothing if it helps someone out. We take volunteers & local referrals for people who need a bike.

Volunteer opportunities 

Yes can take volunteers ad-hoc or more regular, drop us an email. For vulnerable adults / young people we need a supervisor / carer present.


From 14th January 2019 - 62 Old Milton Road, New Milton in Hampshire BH25 6EH, opposite New Milton Tyres

Opening times 

10.00 - 15.00 most days but see above, always check first as we may be out - best text/email in advance.

Contact details

07818 403114

Twitter / Facebook @newforestbike

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