Welcome to Changing Gearz
DUE TO COVID, CHANGING GEARZ IS CURRENTLY CLOSED. WE WILL RE OPEN IN SEPTEMBER AND WILL CONFIRM THE DATE OF OPENING IN DUE COURSE. The Changing Gearz Project was set up in 2015 and is part of the ESF funded Inspire to Achieve and Inspire to Work projects in Torfaen County Borough Council.
The Inspire 2 Project
The Inspire projects were set up to target support for young people aged 11-24 who are not achieving their potential in school or are unemployed and to help them engage, progress and develop; achieve qualifications and move successfully into education; employment or training.
Recycle & re-use!
In addition the project is looking to develop ways of using any left over cycle parts as part of an Arts project with young people looking at creating sculptures; making clocks; seats etc.! The Changing Gearz project will be looking to establish itself as a social enterprise within the next few months in order to provide additional opportunities for young people to train; build their confidence and to gain employment.
The Changing Gearz project will be delighted to receive and collect any old bikes that you no longer have any use for and will try and ensure we make the best use of them for the benefit of young people and the community. We can even collect!
To arrange collection please email: email@example.com or call 01495 750338
Changing Gearz Forest of Dean Visit
‘I love my vintage bike, it has made me go out and about more. Thank you Changing Gearz – I love it!’Kelly
"I love my new bike"Gareth
Excellent friendly service. Bikes at a reasonable price. Fantastic job and project xEunice Jones
Just had my boys bike repaired with these and I can honestly say they were brilliant! Very friendly and courteous. The repair was done within the hour and I even got offered a cup of tea.....customer service at it's best. I would definitely recommend these guys and of course the lady that was present too. Will definitely be using these again for repairs if anything else goes wrong with my boys bikes....huge thank youRichard Brett Wilson