A pop-up bike shop helping young disabled people develop skills in the workplace was set up for a university fresher’s week.

Hendon-based disability charity Kisharon set up a Bike Shop at Middlesex University’s Hendon Campus on Thursday to repair students’ bikes.

The bike shop, which is based in Hendon and one of a number of the charity’s projects, set up its first pop-up shop at the university two years ago.

Manager Eytan Bordoley said: “Kisharon Bike Shop continues to be grateful to Middlesex University for their support of our services and for helping to raise awareness of the work that Kisharon does.

“It helps us cultivate essential skills for employment to allow everyone to achieve their potential.

“The people we support are our greatest ambassadors and I cannot thank Shaya and Levi enough for their dedication and enthusiasm in introducing our services to the latest intake of Middlesex students.

“We look forward to continuing our positive collaboration with Middlesex for a long time to come.”

The Metropolitan Police were also marking bikes to prevent thefts.