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What is a bike hub?

Auckland Transport partners with a range of community organisations to operate a network of bike hubs across Tāmaki Makaurau. We’re constantly growing and developing this network. Find your closest bike hub below and pop in for a friendly chat with knowledgeable locals to get the following services:

  • Basic bike repairs and education
  • Accepting and refurbishing donated bikes
  • Affordable bike sales 
  • Bike safety checks and gear
  • Local information and advice
  • Events and networking – see what’s happening on the Bike Hub events page

All services are free, and we rely on a wide range of supporters and partnerships to keep bike hubs operating. Any koha is warmly welcomed.

Find a bike hub

There are 8 Bike Hubs currently open across Auckland, with more on their way throughout 2023.






Beside Onehunga Train Station

109 Onehunga Mall, Onehunga

Thursday to Sunday 10am to 2pm

EcoMatters Environment Trust


In Lloyd Elsmore Park Sir Lloyd Drive

Thursday to Sunday 10am to 2pm

EcoMatters Environment Trust

New Lynn

Beside EcoMatters Environment Trust

1 Olympic Place, New Lynn

Thursday to Sunday 

10am to 2pm

EcoMatters Environment Trust


In Falls Park Carpark

14 Edmonton Road, Henderson

Friday to Sunday 

10am to 4pm

EcoMatters Environment Trust

Glen Innes

In Maybury Reserve

204 Taniwha Street, Glen Innes

Thursday to Sunday 

10am to 2pm

EcoMatters Environment Trust

Queen’s Wharf

Beside Downtown Ferry Terminal

89 Quay Street, Auckland Central

Thursday to Sunday 

10am to 2pm

EcoMatters Environment Trust


Beside Waiheke Sustainability Centre

1b Mako Street, Waiheke

Thursday to Sunday 12pm to 4pm

Waiheke Resources Trust

Mt Roskill

Beside Roskill Youth Zone

740 Sandringham Road, Mount Roskill

Tuesday 9am to 1pm, 3pm to 6pm

Friday 9am to 1pm

Saturday 9am to 1pm


Active Transport Trust


Beside Ōtara Town Centre

120 East Tamaki Road, Otara.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 

9:30am to 2pm


5pm to 7pm

Community Builders Trust


Māngere Town Centre

2 Waddon Place, Māngere Town Centre

Tuesday to Thursday 11am to 4pm, Sunday 11am to 2pm 

Time to Thrive Charitable Trust (Triple Teez)

*These sites are operated independently by community partners with support from AT.

Community Bike Hubs Project - Te Poka Pū Paihikara i tēnei Hapori

A project to rapidly grow the bike hubs networks across Tāmaki Makaurau throughout 2023.

Why bike hubs?

A third of Aucklanders currently ride bikes. Another third say access to a bike prevents them from cycling. Bike hubs make it easier for existing and new cyclists to access affordable bikes, basic bike fixes, and local friendly guidance.

Bikes are key tools to reduce pollution, increase accessibility, and support local economies. Auckland Transport wants to make it easy for people to cycle, as we look to deliver on our promise of better journeys for all Aucklanders.

Community Bike Hubs has been co-funded by Ngā Tiriti Ngangahau – The Vibrant Streets programme, a joint Auckland Transport/Auckland Council programme and designed to address emissions from our transport system and improve active modes access. Community Bike Hubs were endorsed due to its alignment to Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland’s Climate Plan, and key outcomes including:

  • Environmental – increasing access to bikes and encouraging bike usage
  • Safety – getting unsafe bikes fixed, upskilling riders, and sharing best practices
  • Community – creating a place for locals to connect, learn, and have fun on bikes
  • Economic – employing local people and upskilling volunteers as a potential pathway to paid work

Our vision for bike hubs

Bike hubs provide a community-based approach to normalise cycling everywhere around us. They provide a low-barrier, supportive, inclusive, and accessible place and are at the centre of cycling in a neighbourhood. Run by locals and supported by a wide range of partners, they form a reliable and trusted network across Tāmaki Makaurau.

Operating model

We know bike hubs work best when they look, feel, and operate like a local. That’s why we’ve partnered with local groups to operate our hubs, are working with Auckland-based artists to design the containers and co-designed the operating model with the community. View tables on this page to view our bike hub operators.

We’ve met with and spoken to a significant number of stakeholders across all bike hub sites including Crown agencies, Council Controlled Organisations (CCOs), elected members, bike shops, community enterprises, business owners, mana whenua, and local residents. We’re working in tight partnerships to make sure the bike hubs are serving their communities as best as possible. If we’ve missed you, please get in touch.

Bike hubs will be operated out of two re-purposed shipping containers; modified as workshops and artistically designed to represent the local community and place. They'll have consistent opening hours, between 15 to 25 hours a week, and offer a reliable and trusted service. 

Upcoming locations 

This project supercharges the growth of our bike hub network and will see seven bike hubs delivered before 2024. Some bike hubs will be completely new, while some community bike spaces will be supported to become a full bike hub. Existing bike hubs and other spaces will continue to be supported.

Upcoming sites


Estimated delivery date


Forrest Hill 

In Greville Reserve


257 Forrest Hill Road, Forrest Hill

August 2024

EcoMatters Environment Trust


Beside Hayman Park


10 Davies Ave, Manukau


July 2024

EcoMatters Environment Trust

Grey Lynn

Grey Lynn Park beside Pump Track


73 Dryden Street, Grey Lynn


August 2024

EcoMatters Environment Trust


Beside Manurewa Netball Centre, 95 Browns Road, Manurewa

September 2024

Manukau Beautification Trust

*Note that previous locations identified (Northcote and Epsom) have been descoped from the project.