In alphabetical order…

Cardiff Cycle Workshop
Cardiff Cycle Workshop is a non-profit social enterprise that take in unwanted and abandoned bikes, recondition them and then sell them to the general public at their monthly workshop sales. All the bikes undergo a thorough assessment, before being serviced using both new and recycled components. As part of Cycle Training Wales, this is also where you go if you want to learn how to repair and maintain your own bike.

Address: Cardiff Cycle Workshop, Unit 9, Gabalfa Workshops, Clos Menter, Excelsior Road, Cardiff. CF14 3AY

Drop Bar Workshop
Two lifelong friends, Neil and Ben have set up a bicycle workshop & craft beer shop down in Lakeside, near Roath Park (in that row of shops between the lake and Cyncoed). I’ve ridden with Neil once or twice on a RideMyBike Cafe ride, but I’ve yet to check out their new shop. I must correct that soon.

Address: 31 Clear Water Way, Lakeside, Cardiff CF23 6DL

Motorlegs Cardiff Ltd

When we talk about Dave, this is Dave. Routemeister, randonneur, mentor and bike mender. He’s also pictured up top.

Address: 20 Tudor Lane, Riverside, Cardiff CF11 6AZ

51 Merthyr Road,
CF15 7LG
Tel: 029 2081 0868

Punk Bikes
Punk Bikes is collective of few bicycle lovers who specialise in servicing, restoring and customising bikes.

Address: rear of 2 Bedford Street, Cardiff, CF24 3BZ

SpokesPerson CIC

SpokesPerson is a Community Interest Company that seeks to find creative solutions to systemic inequalities to active travel. SpokesPerson works directly with LGBTQIA+, BAME, and other marginalised people to help get them safely and confidently on their bikes, and create better access to cycling. SpokesPerson holds classes, workshops, events, and runs the Queer Bike Gang among other initiatives to tear down barriers to cycling.

Address: Container 14, Meanwhile House, Williams Way, Cardiff, CF10 5DY

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