Kirklees community bike group hit by theives
Gill said she was alerted to the break in by staff at the pool the following morning who noticed the shutter had been tampered with.
But the burglary comes after they were hit in May when more expensive bikes and £800 worth of parts were stolen.
She added: “We haven’t got back on track from last time as we are still waiting for our insurance claim to be processed.
“We are a small group and don’t have cash flow.
“They installed extra security after the May break in.
“They put up security lights and changed the locks, but we have still been hit.
“We don’t pay rent on the council building because we help them with their disability scheme.
“But we are now looking for premises to move all our bikes to as its no good if they are not secure.”
Gill said the Streetbikes project started two years ago, but turned into a community interest company in January.
The project takes unwanted bikes and invites the community to come and restore them and take them home.
They also teach people of all ages how to ride bikes.
Police confirmed they were investigating the burglary.
Anyone with information can contact Gill on 07873 773417 or police on 101.