Referral Partner - Register Interest 

Thank you for your interest in referring to The Bike Project. Note, this form does not sign you up as a Referral Partner, but lets us know that you are interested. 

We are currently working via referral partners as a way to manage some of the administration and communication around our bike donations.

As a partner you refer bike recipients to us via an online form. You are required to provide us with the basic information for the recipient (name, ARC/BRP number, address, height etc) and you must fill out the form on behalf of the bike recipient. We ask that one main point of contact in the organisation is responsible for completing this form.  

We are now able to invite all recipients into our workshop to collect their bikes. All bikes come with an accessory pack and support in maintenance, repairs and replacements (when appropriate) for as long as is needed. 

As a referral partner you act as our connection to the recipient and you will need to update us on any changes to their situation (address, problems with bike etc). We also ask that you ensure the recipient has a safe place to store the bike once they receive it. Your name will appear on our list of referral partners available to the public.

We are constantly reviewing our referral partner list and so if you are interested in making referrals in the future please provide us with the information below and we will be in touch as soon as we are able to take on new partners. 

Privacy Notice

Who are we? The Bike Project is a registered charity (1152354) and company limited by guarantee (08359498). Read more on

What will we use your information for? We will only use the information you have provided to contact you regarding potential bike donations and for monitoring and evaluation purposes. If you have given information in that is incorrect or incomplete, we may contact you to clarify the details.

How long will we store your data? Data is retained for up to 6 years after use of our services. Read more about data retention in our Privacy Policy.  

How do we keep your data secure? All data is processed by staff in the UK however for the purposes of IT hosting and website maintenance information is located on servers within the European Union. No other third parties have access to your personal data unless the law allows them to do so. Read more about data storage and security in our Privacy Policy.  

What are your rights? As the data subject you retain the right to access, rectify and erase any personal data held by The Bike Project at any time.

How you can contact us? Any questions about our privacy practices or data subject access requests must be sent in writing to or by post to The Bike Project, 12 Crossthwaite Avenue, London, SE5 8ET. If you are not satisfied with our response or believe we are processing your personal data not in accordance with the law you can complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). Read more about your rights on the ICO website.