Consistently being there for our clients is at the core of everything we do
Keeping the place clean – Organizing incoming parts
Disassembling bikes – recycling what we can – scrapping what we have to
We have fun doing what we do!
A couple of fun tasks –
Tube Patching Parties
Bike safety classes that end with a ride !
If you have the time we need you!
Let’s get acquainted!
Send us an email – Tell us about yourself.
What type of bike do you ride?
Where do you work? Where are you from?
Are you logging volunteer hours for school?
What’s your favorite color?
We will get back to you and schedule an orientation.
“But I am not a mechanic!”
We need help with all kinds of stuff, from tube patching to sweeping…
“But I don’t have much time!”
That’s ok, we are flexible!
There are many ways to help!
We have found there are two kinds of volunteers…
A Type – wants to learn mechanical skills
B Type – wants to help doing whatever needs doing
Either way you will certainly learn to work on bikes!
Hundreds of people have entered this program – it is what keeps us going!
A commitment of 4 hours a week for 6 months is all that’s required!
We teach you enough you can get a job in a bike shop…
So so much to do: Keeping the doors open full-time, managing the influx of donated
bikes and parts, staying in touch with our donors – volunteers – clients, tabling at
events, assisting with teaching folks how to ride a bike safely!