Bikeworks is a social enterprise, legally this means we are a Community Interest Company (CIC). Bikeworks has no shareholders and is governed by our Non-Executive Directors who volunteer their time and commitment as Trustees.

All profits made as a result of our income generating activities are reinvested back into achieving our mission, including the provision of free-to-access inclusive community cycling activities.

Our Trustee Group meets minimum 4-times per year, attending an Organisational Development session once-a-year to review and set the strategy for the year ahead. The Board also establishes ‘task and finish’ groups for new business products and activities throughout the year, as required. 

To facilitate good governance and harness the expertise of our Non-Executive Directors, the Board delegates authority to the Chairs of the Finance and Risk Sub Group, and the People and Governance Sub Group.

  • Carrie-Anne Adams

    Carrie-Anne is our Chair and leads on equality, diversity and inclusion.

    Having been an International Diversity and Inclusion Consultant at Wells Fargo, Carrie-Anne now holds the role of Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Tokio Marine Kiln and was previously a key member of the Equality and Inclusion Team at the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC).

  • Stephen Bergin

    Stephen leads on finance, and is an active member of the Finance Sub-Group

    Having held a Finance Director role at Refinitiv, previously Thomson Reuters, Stephen brings experience in commercial analysis, strategy, financial control, reporting, pricing and audit, and is now Head of Finance at Trading Hub (Fin-tech).

  • Owen Pearson

    Owen leads on IT

    As a member of the cycling club Tower Hamlets Wheelers, Owen brings lots of community cycling experience, in addition to his skills as Director of Sky Lark Technology. 

  • Lorraine Foley

    Lorraine is Chair of our People and Governance Sub-group

    Having gained extensive experience from working across the health and public sector, including with NHS England and Clinical Commissioning Groups. Lorraine brings skills in operational and strategic planning, including system change.

  • Neil O'Toole

    Neil leads on finance, and is an active member of the Finance Sub-Group

    Now retired, Neil continues to share his 30+ years of senior experience from Lloyds Banking Group. With a focus on risk and strategy, Neil is actively involved in supporting other charities, including the Citizens Advice Bureau.

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