We mentor and train young people through the medium of bicycles.

The Tasmanian Bike Collective (TasBC) creates places for young people to grow and develop their character and skills for life.
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Buy A Bike

We sell fully refurbished, second hand bikes to the public and have a great selection available.

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Donate Bikes & Parts

We are always in need of bikes for our crew to work on.

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Give

We are a fully endorsed charity by the ATO and the ACNC, and donations are tax deductible.

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Volunteer

You don’t have to be a bike expert to make a difference to young people in our community.

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We exist to create a better future for young people in Tasmania.

We mentor and train young people through the medium of bicycles, developing work skills, confidence, resilience, healthy character traits and attitudes.

We exist to support young people to unlock their potential, by walking alongside a young person through their adolescent years and encouraging and nurturing their growth and development.

We seek to establish our programs as long-term, place-based initiatives that become a part of the fabric of the local community.

Our vision is to create a network of Bike Collectives all around the state to fulfil this mission.

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Bike Collectives Overview

Bike Collectives Overview

Learn more about what the Bike Collectives focus on, our core activities and how we use bikes to make a difference in the lives of young people.

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Risdon Vale Bike Collective

Risdon Vale Bike Collective

Our Bike Collective at Risdon Vale is the original and long standing program, operating 2 days a week.

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Huon Valley Bike Collective

Huon Valley Bike Collective

Kicking off in 2021, Huon Valley is the first of our new Collectives.

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Give to the Tasmanian Bike Collective

All financial donations support our programs, helping at-risk young people achieve their potential. We are incredibly thankful for any contribution you can make.

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What's new?

TasBC New - October 2021

October 20, 2021

Check out all the latest news in the very first Tasmanian Bike Collective Newsletter!

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Buying Tips for Second Hand Mountain Bikes

October 7, 2021

Things you should look out for when purchasing a second hand mountain bike.

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HVBC News - September 2021

September 30, 2021

Check out the September Newsletter for the Huon Valley Bike Collective.

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“I feel safe at the RVBC. If I am getting bullied I like to come here.”

“I am now physically healthier and also more comfortable around all sorts of people.”

“At the workshop I'm calmer. Chance to relax after school.”

“The “Sessions” (rewards) have helped me with saving skills.”

"I can come here and get session and parts and stuff without it costing money. Wouldn’t normally been able to ride my bike for a while."

"I want to work on bikes as a job and I now know some of those skills."

Volunteer… “During my time I saw firsthand the importance of positive older role models and the effects this has on the lives of young people.”

"I want to work on bikes as a job and I now know some of those skills."

"I learnt about resilience when it comes to dealing with people who might come and mouth off or have a bad attitude."

"I want to work on bikes as a job and I now know some of those skills."

"My son didn’t really know anyone in his local community, but now has made lots of new friends, has a hobby which gets him off the playstation and out exercising."

"I want to work on bikes as a job and I now know some of those skills."