Aldinga Bike Kitchen is one of a handful of global bike kitchens that aim to make a positive social impact and advocate for social justice issues such as better infrastructure from Seaford to Aldinga and Willunga.
Aldinga Bike Kitchen takes it a few steps beyond most bike kitchens to make their space a skill sharing and bike servicing hub. They use bikes as the tool to discuss topics like issues in the community, promoting sustainability and sharing ideas, arts and a ‘leave no trace’ philosophy adopted from the founders of the ‘Burning Man Festival’.
Christiana Griffith is the founder, and she volunteers with the Bike Mechanics Pedro Rowley (who is also a professional landscaper and horticulturalist whose passion is also permaculture) and Stanley Rowe (maker of Kustom Cycles).
We aim to leverage our space for community events, to up-skill and get our volunteers employment doing something they are passionate about. We believe it’s never too late to follow your dreams.
\We raise each other up and it’s our goal to connect with the community and raise it with us as well.