Bike Revolution

Bike Revolution was set up in 2012 with the simple aim of getting more people out of their cars and on to bikes. We want people enjoying what Moray as to offer, on road or off, fast, or slow!

To make this happen, we sell affordable, refurbished bikes, provide affordable servicing and repairs, plus we offer bike maintenance classes. As well as this we are set up as a ‘cycle hub’ and have information on route guides and local groups, plus we have linked up with projects like Cycling Scotland’s Bikeability scheme and we also hire bikes out. We have everything covered!

Have a look through our pages to find out what sort of bikes we sell, what we do with the ones you donate, and how we rely on the generous donations of bikes from members of the community.  Plus, we have given you as many reasons to ride as we can think of as an incentive to get you out there!

Bikes at Bike Revolution for outdoor learning and adventure

If you need any more incentive to get involved, our patron, Karen Darke (British silver medal winning paralympian!), will have you captivated and enthralled with tales of her adventures and accomplishments.

Bike Revolution is a social enterprise project – this means we operate to improve the community of Moray, people’s life chances and the environment. We reinvest our profits back into Outfit Moray for the benefit of the local community.

We are very proud to work with local businesses and social enterprises including Varis Training, Gordonstoun, Active Schools, Baxter’s and Moray Council.

Aims & Objectives

  • To reduce travel-related carbon emissions by increasing the number of people who use cycling rather than driving as a transport method for short journeys.
  • To reduce CO2 emissions by reducing the amount of aluminium and steel being transported to and put in landfill sites by recycling and refurbishing unwanted bikes.
  • To improve the health and fitness levels of local people by getting more people out cycling, by providing affordable bikes and servicing, guided bike rides, and classes on maintaining their bikes.