About this site - credits
This Web site, including the content and images has been designed and developed by Pete, a volunteer at the workshop, to show appreciation and highlight the excellent and unsung work that goes on in our Community Bike Recycling Scheme.
All of the content and images contained in this website are protected by copyright and may not be reproduced, distributed or copied without written permission from Axios Interaction
If you would like to contact me regarding this website or in order to be linked to, from this site, please email me using pete(at)axiosinteraction.com
- Sustrans: is the leading British charity which promotes sustainable transport. Sustran's vision is a world in which people choose to travel in ways that benefit their health and the environment.
- London cycling Campaign: Our campaigns and work with businesses and communities puts us closer to our vision of London as a world-class cycling city. Read about our campaigns, consultancy services, community grants and more.
- Reclaim The Streets (RTS): is a collective with a shared ideal of community ownership of public spaces.
- Bicycle Aid for Africa (Re~Cycle): Our mission is to collect secondhand bicycles and ship them to Africa. Our partners distribute bikes and teach riders the skills to repair and maintain them. Our bikes also help health/AIDS workers reach remote villages and even provide an ambulance service in remote Namibia.
- Cancer Research Charity Bike rides: Have a great day out with family and friends for a good cause. Last year we raised £150,000 from our bike rides This year our target is £200,000, but we need your help to reach it.
- London Fixed-Gear and Single-Speed Forum: For all things fixed-gear (track) and single-speed bikes via a friendly wlecoming and knowledgeable group of people
- The Guardian's blog on all things cycling - in the UK and around the world
- Waltham Forest Bike Recycling Page
- Recyke-Y-Bike is a community project that accepts donated bikes from members of the public and recycles them for use by priority groups of people, such as the long-term unemployed, those who have been homeless, and those with mental health problems.
- 1 Less Car want to do something positive and useful to get more people to start getting out–playing, walking, cycling, hanging around, and making our communities safer by just more people being out on the street looking out for each other
- UK Charities provides details of hundreds of UK charities in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
- The Green Directory