London Bike Hub workshop, Queens Avenue

Local cyclists attend the London Bike Hub community workshop to learn about maintenance and repairs. Cycling is increasingly popular in the area. Many residents are concerned about the cost of maintaining cars as well as their impact on the environment and sustainability. This is the place to come if you are interested in learning about bikes and all things related to them. There is a lovely smell of oil and a friendly, focused atmosphere – and loads of bikes!

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2 thoughts on “London Bike Hub workshop, Queens Avenue

  1. This looks good. may pop in myself some time. Still fear the back wheel puncture! Actually, the front wheel puncture too.

    • Spread the word about them if you can because initiatives like this one struggle without support. They know their stuff and could play an important part in reducing the number of car journeys in the area.

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