The Wee Spoke Hub is a welcoming workshop space where our volunteers and mechanic will help you learn the skills to take care of your bike.
Tools and expertise are provided and participants are welcome to donate what they can.
Simply bring your bike along to one of our Fix Your Own Bike workshops on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 5-8pm, and our team will check it over and guide you in any repairs it needs.
We also have a range of refurbished bikes and used parts for sale.
As a member of SHRUB Coop you get discounts on parts.
The Wee Spoke Hub has saved approximately 22.4 tonnes of CO2 emissions through its activities between 2018-2019.
We helped over 450 people to fix their own bikes in 2018 and the Wee Spoke Hub is currently supporting the community to cycle over 5000 miles each week.
No! Anyone can come along for the Fix Your Own Bike workshops, however, as a member you get discounts on bicycle parts.
The Wee Spoke Hub workshop space is on the ground floor. There is a step to the toilets and are therefore not wheelchair accessible.
All our toilets are gender neutral.
If you have further questions regarding accessibility before a visit, please contact the Wee Spoke Hub on 0131 220 1884.
There is outdoor bicycle parking on Chambers street, near the National Museum and on Cowgate, at the bottom of Guthrie street. We have indoor cycle rack for our workshop users.
The Wee Spoke Hub is located between the National Museum of Scotland and Cowgate and following bus routes will take you nearby;
George IV Bridge routes: 67, 42, 41, 23, 27
Chamber Street routes: 35, 45
South Bridge routes: 37, 7, 31, 29, 3, 8, 33, 49, 5, 30, 14
The closest car park is a 7 minute walk away;
NCP Car Park
2 Viewcraig Gardens, Edinburgh, EH8 9UN
Zero Waste Hub & Wee Spoke Hub are temporarily closed
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SHRUB Coop is funded through the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund and the European Regional Development Fund. We’re grateful for all their support. Find out more about our funders by clicking on the logos above.