If you need a bike but you can't afford to buy one, head down to see Richard and his team at FreeWheeling Fun.
The community organisation was established in 2014 and since 2015, has been operating out of The Good Loaf Garage, 406 Hargreaves Street.
Its aim? To enable everyone to have access to a bike, and to make unused bikes available to the community.
Richard Hodgson became a volunteer with FreeWheeling Fun 2015.
"I just love tinkering with old bikes and making them work again," says the retired bike shop owner.
His face lights up as he adds: "Seeing the smiles when a kid gets on a bike and rides around the forecourt - it's just great! It makes me feel good."
Richard is careful to emphasise that FreeWheeling Fun is not a bike shop.
"We don't "sell" bikes; we don't do repairs. And we don't want to take business away from the bike shops.
"We are simply a charity that accepts bikes from the public.
"We fix them up and they are available for people who cannot afford to buy a new or secondhand bike," Richard explains.
To date, FreeWheeling Fun has given away 500 bikes - or around 100 bikes a year. They typically go to people without much money, says Richard: single parents, new migrants, or people looking for work.
"There's no price tags on our bikes - basically they are free," he explains. But we do ask people to make a donation if they can."
"People think that we're a funded organisation. We're not. It costs us about $150 a week to keep our heads above water, so we rely on cash donations."
The organisation relies on people donating unwanted bikes that need to be in good enough condition for reuse.
"We don't have a fully equipped workshop," explains Richard.
"Mostly, we're limited to adjusting gears and brakes and pumping up tyres.
We don't have capacity to replace bearings or fit new chains, for example."
As Richard explains: "People sometimes donate - very generously - bikes that are worth a couple of grand and we explain to them that we'll sell these on eBay and use the money to help keep ourselves in operation."
"We have kids bikes from very smallest upwards.
"Balance bikes, bikes with training wheels, girls and boys BMXs, girls and boys small mountain bikes and adult bikes," Richard said.
The FreeWheeling Fun bike shed is located at 406 Hargreaves Street.
It is open on Wednesdays and Fridays from 3.00 to 5.00 pm, except when the weather is forecast to be 35 degrees or higher, wet, or when volunteers are not available.
For more information about FreeWheeling Fun, visit www.facebook.com/FreeWheelingFun.