Reducing Offending - Recycling - Rebuilding Communities
We run two bike maintenance training workshops in partnership with Achieve North West in Manchester.
The projects are part funded by the European Social Fund. Read more
We run community bike workshops in West Yorkshire. Read more
Volunteering is a great way to support MCF and give something to the community and helping people makes you feel great as well! Read more
We run bike maintenance training workshops in prisons across the north of England and Nottingham . Read more
We exist to help reduce reoffending through training and skills development. Our work benefits individuals, communities and the environment.
Refurbished bikes and wheelchairs are donated, via partner organisations, to people in need in the UK and overseas. A proportion of the bikes are sold through community bikerys or via the online shop to raise funds for the charity.
Volunteering is a great way to support MCF and give something to the community and helping people makes you feel great as well!
The Bike workshop at St Joseph's Approved Premises in Greater Manchester was nominated for an ERSA Employability Award 2021
Great turn out for the annual Ikley Wharfedale Rotary Club collection day
Ilkey Wharfedale Rotary Club Annual Bike Collection 2021. Read more
Family Mechanics Workshop - 6 November 2021 Read more
Learn how to repair your own bike with the support of our experienced mechanics Read more
Less than 2 months to go before the 2021 Virgin London Marathon. Blog number 2 from our runner Damian gives us an update of his training so far. Read more
Margaret Carey discusses her experience of serving on a parole board and the common experiences of the people she has met in prison. Read more
An introductory blog from our patron, Margaret Carey talking about her motivation for supporting people in prison Read more