Cycling groups and organisations Cycling groups and organisations

Find out how you can get involved in your local cycling community. From group rides, basic bike fixes, coffee catch-ups, bike donations and community bike sales, the networks across Tāmaki Makaurau are always growing. 

Bike Hubs

Bike Hubs are free community-run spaces for people interested in cycling. They offer basic bike fixes, cycling information and advice, education and training, donated bike resales, and events. They operate 15 to 25 hours per week and are typically based out of modified shipping containers. If you have an old bike to dust off, need a minor repair or simply want some advice, drop by to chat to a friendly, local bike expert.

As part of the Community Bike Hub project, Auckland Transport is delivering 9 new Bike Hubs.




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New Lynn

1 Olympic Place, New Lynn

Thursday to Sunday 

10am to 2pm



14 Edmonton Road, Henderson

Friday to Sunday 

10am to 4pm


Glen Innes

204 Taniwha Street, Glen Innes

Thursday to Sunday 

10am to 2pm


Queen’s Wharf

89 Quay Street, Auckland Central

Thursday to Sunday 

10am to 2pm



120 East Tamaki Road, Otara.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 

9:30am to 2pm


5pm to 7pm

Community Builders Trust

Waiheke *

Waiheke Sustainability Centre, Alison Park, Mako Street, Oneroa

Saturday & Sunday 

10am to 2pm

Waiheke Resources Trust

Mt Roskill / Puketāpapa *

Wesley Community Centre, 740 Sandringham Road, Mount Roskill

Every fourth Saturday of the month 10am to 2pm, and

every second Wednesday 5:30 to 7:30pm

Active Transport Trust


10 Waddon Place, Māngere Town Centre

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

Triple Teez

* Note Waiheke and Puketāpapa are part of the Community Bike Hubs project and are in the process of being upgraded into a full Bike Hub. They currently offer limited hours and services.

Other community-run bike spaces include Bike Kitchen May Road, Tumeke Cycle Space and S Double S Services, and are best contacted directly for more information.

Bike Auckland and Bike Burbs

Bike Burbs are a grassroots movement of community-led groups, supported by Bike Auckland. There are dozens of Burbs from Pukekohe to Ōrewa. Some of the larger and more active burbs have even established Bike Hubs (see above). Check out the map of current Burbs, or visit the Bike Burbs website for more information.

Bike Auckland is the independent voice for cycling in Auckland, supporting everyone who rides a bike in Tāmaki Makaurau. Visit their website for more information on how to get involved.

Other cycling community groups

Recreation and social 

Mountain biking

Road cycling


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