Since 2009, Not About the Bike (NAB) has offered bespoke training, voluntary work, social inclusion activities and work experience for all, including those who are marginalised or underprivileged. We do this through a range of bike-related and cycling activities. We are a community focussed social enterprise, part of a registered Charity called the Henderson Trust and we are based in Norwich.

We help and teach people to build, recycle, refurbish and maintain unwanted and older bikes, reducing landfill and protecting the environment. We can also give cycling experiences, cycle training and assisted rides for older, disabled or less confident riders

• Work Experience
• Friendship
• Support
• Training and learning
• Fun and interesting
• Teamwork
• Improve fitness and health

• Real skills
• Learn to repair your own bikes
• Protect the environment
• Assisted cycle rides and training
• Cheap and safe bikes
• Sustainable transport

We provide these services direct to users, or for Partners and clients. We work with hundreds of people every year and recycle many hundreds of bikes.

Much of our funding comes from grants, funding and commissioned services for organisations that want specific courses and activities for their clients. Some of our service-users contribute to the cost of their sessions through their own personal budgets and we also sell second-hand bikes.