Helping the Local 

Community Ride

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We are a free educational, and collaborative space based in Hethersett, Norfolk created by the community, for the community. Our aim is to encourage more people to ride bikes by providing them with the skills and resources they need to help them feel confident when riding, be able to repair and maintain their bicycles and keep them safe and active.



We run regular free workshops for local community members to come along to and learn the basics of bike maintetance and repair.     



We run short local rides aimed at new and returning cyclists. These rides are led by our skilled ride leaders who will support and encourage you.  





We accept donations of bikes from the public that we check for safety and repair. These bikes are then donated out to local community members who would benefit from having a bicycle but may need a helping hand to access one. 

Community Cycling Club

We are proud to be an affiliated Cycling UK Community Cycling Club. 



We are a charity led community initiative that relies on volunteers to operate. The project is led and operated soley by volunteers - each of which bring their own experiences to the table. 

We are always on the lookout for new volunteers to help out. Whether you fancy fixing up bikes, teaching people new skills or taking a small group of locals on a short ride, we have something for you.

You do not need to be a professional mechanic or ex tour pro rider. We need people who have a passion for community connectedness, health and wellbeing. If you have not had experience before, no problem. We can pair you up with one of our more experienced volunteers who can show you the ropes and develop your skills 

If you think that being a Wonky Wheels volunteer is for you then click the link below to fill in the online form and we will get in touch to get the ball rolling. We look forward to hearing from you.



Come and help out when you can. We are open at various times of the week. Give an hour, two or a whole day. 


Not only do we fix up bikes, we lead group rides for new and returning cyclists, hold workshops helping people learn. You don't need experience in these areas as we can train you. Just bring a positive mindset and can-do attitude. 


Sometimes just having a cup of tea and chat with like minded people while we tinker with bikes is enough, but you will also get satisfaction knowing that you are helping members of the local community be active, and even creating positive change in their lives.