Terms & Conditions
By taking part in any of The Bristol Bike Shop workshops or services, you are agreeing to abide by our Safer Space policy – see below.
We run a number of DIY and DIT (Do it Together!) workshops. By coming to these workshops you are agreeing to fix your own bike and to take responsibility for any work done and any associated risks. Some of our workshops have volunteers who can help you fix your own bike, but please be aware that these are skill-share workshops and not all our volunteers are skilled mechanics.
Our Safer Space Policy
The Bristol Bike Project is a space for learning, skill-sharing and empowering yourself and others around you.
This workshop is an inclusive, safe space for all, where everyone will be treated with equal respect. We require that all people entering this space respect this and treat each other accordingly.
We will not tolerate any form of discrimination, or any behaviour which makes other people feel excluded, vulnerable or threatened.
This includes, but is not limited to, discrimination based on race, age, gender, sexuality, faith, disability, and social background.
We reserve the right not to work with anyone who acts in a threatening way or we believe to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
If you encounter such behaviour, please speak up! It is everyone’s responsibility to keep this space safe and welcoming to all. If you don’t feel comfortable challenging certain behaviour, ask the Workshop Coordinator.
You may be asked to leave the premises if it is felt that you are violating this safe space.
The workshop is also a no swearing zone.