Project Description

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Volunteering at Bike Project Surrey is fun and you get to learn together about all aspects of bike maintenance in one of our working workshops. We’re always looking for volunteers to give their time and help in our Guildford workshop. We would like you to be:
(Really really) Interested in bikes and want to pass it on – a bike rider and be familiar with common maintenance procedures
Interested in meeting and working alongside young people and celebrating their achievements
All volunteers will be required to complete a DBS check and/or be on DBS update service
Give time regularly through the week – for example a normal routine is one day each week 9.30am-4pm

Different roles might be:

  • Volunteer Mechanic in the workshop – servicing and refurbishing bikes, triaging donated bikes, dealing with customers, requires a reasonable level of experience riding and good level of competence working on bikes. Have a look at the role description here.
  • Assistant Tutor Mechanic Assistant – supporting our Tutor Mechanics to works with students who are not in school.
  • Volunteer in the yard – sorting donated bikes, washing bikes, breaking bikes up for parts, tidying, receiving customers, getting bikes out and generally getting involved.
  • Volunteer Office Assistant – answering calls, data entry, simple office duties.
Mike The Mechanic!
Mike The Mechanic!Volunteer Mechanic
Michael is one of our fabulous Volunteer Mechanics and he completed his Level 2 Cycle Mechanic qualification with us.


We would love to hear from you – drop us a line and one of the team will get back to you as soon as possible. Or call the Bat Phone 01483 570 521. For more information about volunteering at Bike Project Surrey call us or apply using this form: Bike Project Surrey – Volunteer Application Form (To Complete on PC). Volunteers and staff will need to complete a disclosure self declaration and a DBS check because of the work that we do with children and vulnerable adults.