Recyclery is a not for profit cycle business that promotes re-use and recycling. When you purchase a Recyclery bike you become part of the solution. The Recyclry offers the following services
SEE-Change is not-for-profit community group that emerged from the work of two much-admired ANU academics. Professor Stephen Boyden wrote about the potential for community centres in which citizens of all ages and backgrounds could work together to learn from each other. Professor Bob Douglas knew Stephen's work, and in 2006 assembled a round-table to talk about making this dream a reality. And so, SEE-Change was born – the SEE stands for Society, Environment, and Economy. The vision is one of communities creating a sustainable Canberra, and our mission is to inspire, inform and support action to reduce Canberra’s ecological footprint.SEE-Change activities cover a broad spectrum: from knowledge-sharing workshops and community events (movie nights, fairs, open house days) that bring people together on topics of sustainability, to solar panel bulk buys and bike-trailer hire programs, local groups are finding new ways all the time to engage individuals and improve our community.
Kim Houghton's alter ego and a great site for those interested in economic development and related issues, such as developing and supporting micro and home based businesses, planning social enterprises, growing regions, cultivating entrepreneurship and much more.
Arron test road one of our bikes and has a great blog about riding around on his electrified cargo bike.
Supeson Supplier of many of our bikes
China Cycles The most amazing bike show held annually in Shanghai.
ANU Green is the Australian National University's award winning environmental management program. ANU Green has an interest in promoting sustainable transport among many other programs and in this capacity has assisted us by promoting electric bikes. We are currently talking to ANU green about trialing some e-bikes at the ANU.
Pedal Power is a community organisation in the Australian Capital Territory. Their objective is a bit like ours; 'More Canberrans cycling, more often, for a better community'. The pedal Power website has lots of info about cycling in the ACT, up and coming events and much more.
Canberra Electric Vehicles Association Organisers of the electric vehicle festival and all round great guys who know stuff about EVs.
Glow Worm Bicycles Sydney's dedicated e-bike shop, Addison Road, Marrackville. They sell nice bikes, service e-bikes and seem like nice guys!
Volto New Zealand sell Volto bikes which have been modified for the New Zealand market. (Volto makes our E-city Rollers, Volto Star and Volto CF bikes).
Gv Community Energy sell our bikes in the Greater Shepparton area (Victoria). GVCE is a community organisation whose aim is