Bikes 4 Tykes

One of our most successful experiences for over 12 years.

Bikes 4 Tykes is a fun team building experience where teams ultimately build bikes that go to kids being supported by our charity partners.

Teams of 4-6 people are assigned a bike frame and must battle other teams in multiple rounds to earn parts for their bike, and bike tools, along with points that go to their team tally.


All of the challenges are bike-related to keep in theme.

Work up some sweat in Pump up the Jam and Pedal Power while you can you’re your smarts in challenges like Bike Trivia and Bucket-Head.

Team score are tallied at the halfway point so that teams can begin building their bike based on how they are ranked on the leaderboard.


The final 30 minutes is where the hard work pays off and teams begin to build their bike.

If you aren’t handy with the tools or can’t build Ikea furniture, don’t sweat it, our team are onsite to help you along the way but we’ll also have a bike mechanic give each bike a thorough check before they go their new recipients.

To conclude the experience we share some photos and letters of kids receiving their bikes in the past before sending the bikes off to their new homes.

As a thank you, you’ll receive a letter of thanks from the charity along with photos from the day.


We can set-up in most venues providing there’s enough space for teams and bikes to move around in.  We can happily suggest venues and spaces that work well for Bikes 4 Tykes.

Bikes for Tykes is a rewarding team building activity that suits people of all ages and fitness levels.

Ideal as a team activity, conference breakout or as an alternative Christmas party experience.

Quick Facts

Locations: Sydney & surrounds
Duration: 2 hours
Group Size: 10-500
Venue: Indoors or Outdoors
bikes 4 tykes 2021 hidden door sydney

Hidden Door were fantastic! Professionals who know events and how to run them. They understood the flow of logistics, how to get people pumped up and involved and how to communicate. Thoroughly enjoyed their event and dealing with them for business.

– PwC –