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Recyce Your Bike Program

BIS Bicycle Recycling Program

The BIS Bike Club (aka BBC) wants your bikes if they are free of rust and in decent shape. Our Recyce-Your-Bike Project will take your used bikes, repair them, tune them up, and then donate them back out to a family in need of wheels. Because our storage space is limited and because we have lots of tear-down parts bikes, we can only accept bikes that need just some TLC to once again be rolling along. 

If you have a bike you want to donate, please contact Rusty Hopewell, Safe Routes to School Coordinator

How it Works:

  • Bikes are adopted out on a first-come basis to BSD-affiliated individuals (students and families).
  • To adopt a bike please come by our bike shop to review our bike inventory (Bike Shop Directions and Map) and stake a claim to one of our many available bikes. If the bike is ready to go, you can leave that day with it, but most bikes still need a little work which typically takes a week or two to complete (sometimes longer if parts need to be ordered). 
  • Our bikes are free to the public and we cover all costs for only those bike parts needed to get the bike safely running again. If you want to upgrade the bike or add accessories, we will do the work for free if you purchase the parts. 
  • Shop Hours: 2018.19 School year - TBD, so by appointment only for now.
  • You can send inquiries to Rusty, the program coordinator.

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