About The Bike Box

The Bike Box was established in 2017 as part of a social enterprise programme at The Naenae Clubhouse.


The Bike Box is a community cycle repair shop run of out an old shipping container and is situated outside of the Treadwell Hall at 25 Treadwell Street, Naenae. 

The Bike Box runs a programme at Naenae Clubhouse with the aim to provide free bikes to young people and their families. 

In 2020 Free Ride was established. A Membership programme so that young people and the wider community can have ongoing access to bikes and cycling. 

The Bike Box is committed to serving the local Naenae community, including supporting local cycle businesses such as Bike Rescue.  

What's on?

Whānau bike skills 

school holiday sessions

Keen to get back on a bike or get riding for the first time? Want to build confidence on two wheels and get some tips about how to stay safe when sharing the road? Come along to one or more of our free 2 hour sessions led by supportive, experienced instructors. it's 100% free and you don't even need a bike (let us know your height and we can bring one for you). These sessions are for the whole whānau, children under 16 must be supervised by an adult. 

Dates are:

Sat July 9th 1-3pm

Sat July 16 1-3pm


 About FreeRide 

Free Ride is a Project set up to increase bike riding for transportation, recreation and fitness.


Members can get access to free bikes, free bike fix ups, tools and training to fix bikes, bikes skills and safety gear and a community of cyclists enjoying our cycle friendly city. 

Free Ride Membership is Free. To Join, fill out our google form below and we'll add you to the mailing list. 


These two programmes are facilitated by volunteers, supported by Rebicycle Ekerua and funded by Greater Wellington Regional Council, Healthy Families Hutt Valley, and Hutt City Council.

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