< Back to Blog

My Bike Project

The MyBike Project was delivered over 9 sessions in 2011/12, and introduced 16 teenage participants from refugee backgrounds to bicycle maintenance and ownership. The project was a collaboration with The Huddle (North Melbourne Football Club Learning and Life Centre), The City of Melbourne, Victoria Police, The Squeaky Wheel and funded by the TAC. 

The project was one of the most successful in the Huddle's history in terms of retaining participants, all 16 young people that started the program graduated with their new bikes, knowledge, skills and friendships to take with them!

{
  "squarespace-footers" : "{squarespace-footers}",
  "squarespace-headers" : "{squarespace-headers}",
  "squarespace" : {
    "main-content" : "\n\n< Back to Blog<\/a>\n\n\n\n\n  \n\n  
\n\n \n\n

My Bike Project<\/h1>\n\n \n
\n
<\/div>
<\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div>

The MyBike Project was delivered over 9 sessions in 2011/12, and introduced 16 teenage participants from refugee backgrounds to bicycle maintenance and ownership. The project was a collaboration with The Huddle (North Melbourne Football Club Learning and Life Centre), The City of Melbourne, Victoria Police, The Squeaky Wheel and funded by the TAC. 

The project was one of the most successful in the Huddle's history in terms of retaining participants, all 16 young people that started the program graduated with their new bikes, knowledge, skills and friendships to take with them!<\/p><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div>\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n

\n
\n \n \n <\/span>\n <\/span>\n <\/span>\n\n\n <\/div>\n
\n
<\/div>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n\n <\/article>\n\n\n\n\n\n