Free bikes!!

Thanks to the generosity of our supporters and the hard work of our volunteers, we had a surplus of bikes which we were happy to give away for free.

Keep an eye out, you might score yourself a free bike!!


$5000 towards FRRR’s Back to School program

Through the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR), Cycle Re-cycle Club made a $5000 donation towards the Back to School program which helps children in rural, regional, and remote Australia, delivering immediate financial relief to their families in need.

This donation would not have been possible without your support.

Thanks you.


4 iPads for Poets Corner Preschool, Redfern

Poets Corner Preschool received 4 iPads from CRC to help provide access to digital opportunities to kids. The tablets will be used as part of the early language program, an initiative from the Australian Government, where kids will actively engage in digital play based learning to develop communication and language skills.

Steering group elections

The annual CRC steering group election took place yesterday at the Factory where a new team has been elected. Working together with other volunteers and helpers, the new team will be serving you for the year to come.

Thank you all for your support.



Helping Brewarrina’s teenagers. A small but true impact on the community!

Working together with Counterpoint Community Services and Uncle Bruce, we packed and sent 30 backpacks to Brewarrina’s teenagers in regional NSW. This will hopefully reduce the “back to school” financial burden for their parents.

Thank you all for supporting CRC !!

Proudly supporting kids through the Smith Family!

CRC is now proudly supporting four kids through the Smith Family.

As education is one of the most effective ways to break the cycle of disadvantage, the donation will help provide holistic, long term learning support programs outside the classroom to disadvantaged students.

Many small donations become big, so thank you all for your support!


Bikes for kids!! FREE

Update: It was a success!! Every single bike found a new owner. Stay tuned, we might organize a second round!

This Saturday (04/08/2018), don’t miss out this fantastic opportunity to grab a free bike for your kid. Remember, first dressed first served! The bikes were collected, fixed, and kindly donated by Rebikes (Alison Homestead Mens’ shed).

There will be 4 bikes to suit 5-8 y.o. and 4 others for 8-12 y.o.

Don’t forget the helmet if you want your kid to ride home 😀