They have transformed bikes recovered by police to provide gifts for more than 4,000 local children in need.
The Centre helps young people at risk steer their future away from crime and as part of that work it has been offering young people the chance to gain an Open College Network (OCN) qualification in Bicycle Maintenance. The aim is to give them a skill which they can use in their everyday life and also to help their communities.
The project involves repairing and restoring unclaimed stolen or recovered bicycles which were donated by Gwynedd Youth Offending Service and Wrexham Police.
So far 19 bikes have been repaired and restored by the young people, all be donated to the Swansea Mr “X” Christmas Appeal.
BikeOff! thinks it’s a great way to get offending teens on the right track, and show them that they can make a positive impact on society. At the same time, promoting cycling to those who are less fortunate.