We are a Revolve accredited re-use organisation and we provide the following range of services:
- Bike sales – we sell quality reused bikes at affordable prices – please contact us about our latest available stock – and all our bikes come with a 30 day sales promise!
- Bike servicing and repairs
- Dr Bike checks
- Parts, spares and accessories – we have a range of parts, spares and accessories – both new and reused – all at affordable prices
- Bike donations – if you have an unwanted bike then please consider donating them to us – we can also collect
- Cycling skills and cycle skills course services
- and we also offer volunteering and training opportunities!
Contact details – for more information please contact us on
- m: 07515 879747 or t: 0141 433 0427
- e: email@example.com
Opening Hours – we are currently open on
- Wednesday from 11am to 3pm and
- Thursday from 1pm to 5pm.
You can also contact us for an appointment outwith these times and we will post on our Facebook page other times we might be open too!
Keeping in touch – you can…
- find us on Facebook
- follow us on Twitter
- check out the DRCET Instagram photos
- and you can sign up to our monthly eNews!
Please note that there are construction taking place at 40 Block and so there may be some disruption to parking in the area. This should be completed by May 2016.
Payment methods – please note that we currently can only accept cash payments for the goods and services that we provide at the workshop. Apologies for any inconvenience that this may cause.
Volunteer – if you are interested in volunteering with De’ils On Wheels please check out our volunteer opportunities or get in touch to find out more!
Photos and Videos
You can get a feel for what we do by watching this video from the the RBS Finding Scotland’s Real Heroes Awards
Projects and Campaigns
De’ils On Wheels is involved in various projects including:
- West Glasgow Pedallers We Go Pedal in partnership with The Whiteinch Bike Club and LINKES Bike Club – the first
#wegopedal newsletter is out now!
- Play On Pedals project to get all nursery children cycling – De’ils On Wheels is a local hero organisation
- City wide bike collections – in partnership with Glasgow City Council, the Glasgow Bike Station, Common Wheel and Wheel Fix It we collect bikes from the Council’s recycling centres.
- DRC Youth Project – De’ils On Wheels sponsors the DRC Youth Project Yoker and Scotstoun youth football teams – new Scotstoun team strips arrived recently
- GCC BikeAbility – we work with Glasgow City Council’s road safety team to help deliver the BikeAbility Scotland programme to primary schools in our area.
If you are interested in working in partnership with De’ils on Wheels then please get in touch!
De’ils On Wheels also supports various campaigns including:
- Road Safety Week – an annual event to stimulate community involvement in promoting road safety awareness year-round
- We Walk, We Cycle, We Vote – a campaign to influence the 2016 Holyrood elections to help transform Scotland into a healthier, wealthier, happier country.
- Pedal On Parliament – now in it’s 5th year this a grassroots campaign group that wants Scotland to be a place where active travel is safe and enjoyable
- Bike Week – the biggest nationwide cycling event in the UK, Bike Week encourages over half a million people to join in events and rethink their everyday journeys
- Pass It On week – Scotland’s annual week to encourage keeping things in use for as long as possible by passing on things you no longer use including bikes!
- European Cycling Challenge 2016 – support Team Glasgow to win the European Challenge!
Funders and Supporters
We are very grateful to the following funders and supporters:
About the name
De’ils On Wheels – so called in the spirit of Kirkpatrick MacMillan, the Scots inventor of the pedal bicycle. In 1842 the blacksmith rode his machine 70 miles from Dumfries into Glasgow, where people flocked to see the arrival of the “De’il on Wheels”. Unfortunately this led to him crashing into a small girl, and he was fined 5d as a result. However, the judge was so impressed by Kirkpatrick’s invention, he returned the fine. Kirkpatrick rode home, never exploiting his invention, not thinking of patents or money making, and quite unconcerned with the fuss he’d caused!