Workshop Bookings

While Adelaide faces its first wave of Covid infections, ABK is implementing some changes to minimise the risk of Covid transmission to our volunteers and wider community. ABK will be open during our normal workshop times for essential bike maintenance only. This is not a time to come to socialise, rummage for parts or work on projects. We will be limited to 4 work stands and we ask that you BOOK IN below to secure your spot!

 

We are also pausing our community dinners and Saturday yoga classes for the time being. These changes are a temporary response to the developing situation, we are constantly reviewing and updating our policies and will post regular updates on ABK use requirements. We thank you for your understanding and hope things can return to normal operations soon!

Entry Requirements
- Enter from the rear
- Vaccination required to attend the space
- Contactless temperature check on entry

- Masks required in the space
- Wash your hands and use sanitiser
- Stay home if unwell or a close contact
- Sign in when you arrive
- SA GOV QR code scan in
- 1.5m Social distancing
​- Clean the tools you touch
 
Opening times:
WED 5-8 PM
SAT 12-4 PM


Thanks for your continued support!

BIG CHANGES AHEAD @ ABK!

Major renovations are underway at our Bowden workshop. We will update any disruption to our opening hours here. CLICK HERE for more info.

We are looking for new collaborators for our FRESH space! A huge opportunity awaits! CLICK HERE to be apart of our new community.

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

OPEN WORKSHOP:
Wed - 5-8pm
Sat - 12-4pm

 

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.