We're hitting the streets and boogy-ing across the city in howlin' good style. It's time for our classic Halloween fun again and we're going outdoors and pumping some beats for a Hallowheelin' bike ride.
We're setting off from a central Adelaide location to ride to different parts of the city for fun and frights. This is definitely a costume opportunity. Get freaky, frightening, weird and wonderful! The theme this year is MASKS! So get creative or get to the op shop!
Register for the event and we'll send you the meeting location and you'll get a ride route on the night. Spontaneous attendance at the event is not ideal- we need to know who's there for COVID requirements.
As always we will be having our costume competition and other spo00oo0o0o0o0ooky bikey games with awesome ABK prizes! This is a family friendly event so get those little ghouls out for our fright night!
Contact us if you have any questions or if the ticket cost is prohibitive and you can't afford to come, please drop us a line. Ride volunteers are always welcome. We want you ALL there! The more the spookier!
Ticket sales directly support ABK- keep us rolling this Halloween!
Saturday Oct 30th 7pm
starting location revealed to ticket holders
ABK Community Workshops
DIY Bicycle Repairs and Advice
WED 5-8 PM
SAT 12-4 PM
-Enter from the rear
-Wash your hands and use sanitiser
-Stay away if unwell
-Sign in when you arrive
-SA GOV QR code scan in
-1.5m Social distancing
-Clean the tools you touch
-Priority will be given to those working on their bikes
Thanks for your continued support!
If you're looking for skills, tools, bikes & socialising, ABK is for you
Making connections by bike
Helping people learn to fix and maintain their own bikes in a community setting.
22 Gibson Street
Bowden SA 5007
Wed - 5-8pm
Sat - 12-4pm
Wed from 8pm
We aim to normalise bike riding as an everyday transport option. We help keep people riding their bikes and instill confidence in our customers by skill-sharing and providing support. We clebrate the bike as a true liberation machine.
There are many different ways people volunteer for ABK. Some help by being a supervising mechanic, some cook dinner and others help keep the space functioning. We'd love to hear from you if you're interested.
ABK survives because of the goodwill of our community. If you have anything to donate, particularly if bike related or you time, we'd love to hear from you. We try to keep useable parts out of the rubbish tip.