Bike Collection with Last Night A DJ Saved My Life


Last week the guys at Re-Cycle took a trip over to the Cotswolds to collect bike donations…



Re-Cycle was contacted by Vijay, from the charity Last Night A DJ Saved My Life, who offered us a large collection of unwanted bikes.


Working with one of LNADJ’s corporate partners, Vijay offered Re-Cycle up to 300 bicycles that were no longer wanted.

With LNADJ also working with communities in Africa, the partnership with Re-Cycle was a good fit. Instead of these bikes being wasted, they can now be sent to African communities.






As a Registered Charity in England and Wales, LNADJ supports children in crisis and their families, through linking with various grassroots projects around the world.

They’ve become a leading charity in the dance music world, with over ten years experience of creating unique fundraising campaigns for the electronic music industry.

Read More about LNADJ.



The next container from Re-Cycle we send will be going to Village Bicycle Project in Ghana. Re-Cycle has worked with VBP Ghana for over 8 years, sending thousands of bikes and spare parts over these years.


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