Becoming a member of the Community Cycle Workshop supports our aim to provide accessible cycle servicing and get more people riding bikes. Plus, membership provides you with benefits. Draft & Flow is a registered Community Interest Company (CIC) and all profits are reinvested into the improving our cycle services and local cycling initiatives.
Community Cycle Workshop
Membership Price
(£39 Suggested)


  • 10% Discount on Servicing, Parts & Accessories
    Save 10% on purchases at the workshop - tubes, tyres, upgrades, even bikes
  • 50% Discount on Educational Courses
    Learn to service your bike
  • Use of the Community Tools for DIY Fixes
    Like having your own bike garage - a full set of tools and equipment to service your bikes
  • Access to the Spare Parts Bin
    Use parts from our donated and salvaged parts bin to build a bike
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Becoming a member of the Community Cycle Workshop provides a range of benefits for you and helps support our local cycling initiatives. Memberships are valid for 12 months, for a pay-what-you-can price
(suggested membership pledge is £39 but you may pay less or more)

Being a Member

Draft & Flow is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive space at the Community Cycle Workshop. And we expect all members to treat each other with respect and kindness.

Failure to promote a safe and welcoming environment, meet membership expectations or follow regulations may result in suspension or termination of membership.

The Small Print

  • We ask all members follow the Being a Member principle above
  • We encourage members to help each other, but please ask if someone would like assistance before helping
  • Becoming a member does not infer any voting rights in the Draft & Flow C.I.C. - but your input and feedback is encouraged
  • Members should not represent themselves as Draft & Flow employees or volunteers unless they are an employee or volunteer
  • Members may not operate any business out of Draft & Flow workshop. This includes refurbishing bikes, wheels or other parts for sale, preparing bikes to be sold, or other bike-related businesses. We do encourage organisations and businesses to use the space, but please speak with us first.
  • In-progress bikes may be stored at the workshop with the approval of an employee