Through our Earn-A-Bike program, participants like Jenny, pictured, volunteer for 6 hours and receive a free bike. 

Our Free Mobile Repair Clinics operate at shelters, schools, libraries, and service organizations, providing easy access to those who rely on their bikes daily.

Have you been involved with Community Cycles?

Our Housing-Based Bike "Kitchen", at the Laurel Grove Apartments, pictured, ensures bike repair tools and manuals are always available to tenants of this affordable housing complex.

Our powerful Nonprofit Partners Program provides deeply discounted bikes and safety gear to organizations who get bicycles to children in low-income households and whose clients rely on bicycles as their primary means of transit. Visit our Volunteers & Partners page to learn more about our expanding network!

Coming Soon: Paid Vocational Training 

In 2020, five students participated in our pilot training. The program is designed to teach small business management, provide in-shop, hands-on experience and qualify trainees for living wage job opportunities across numerous industries.


Michael, Veteran and pilot student, excelled and earned a permanent mechanic position in our bike shop!

Our 2021 aspiration to launch the full-scale program, providing living wage salaries for up to 40 enrollees was put on hold as our organization adapted to the constraints of the pandemic. Today, fundraising to ensure a 2022 launch is a key focus.

Will you help make paid vocational training a reality? 

Mechanic and Shop Dog

Michael's dog, Amethyst visits!