|Community Cycles Bicycle Programs|
Through Boulder County Sheriff's transitional Work Release program, inmates serve an alternative sentence which requires they find steady employment within two weeks of starting the program. The program requires inmates have or acquire dependable transportation in order to meet their strict schedule of job interviews, appointments and eventually, gainful employment.
During their first… Read more about this program
Earn-A-Bike (EAB) diverts unused bikes from the waste stream using them as teaching tools to empower participants with the basic maintenance and commuting skills and the resources to build themselves a dependable bike to use as safe, practical transportation to get to and from work, errands and recreation.
Community Cycles and GO Boulder announce the launch of the Boulder Bicycle Friendly Business Program, which recognizes the Boulder businesses that make bicycle commuting an attractive and feasible option for employees and visitors.
Community Cycles' PedalSmart Program
Community Cycles Bike Libraries help your employees, clients, and customers use bicycles for trips around the city of Boulder. From a short trip to the corner store, a run to the post office, or lunch with clients, the bicycle provides a practical and refreshing break from the daily routine.
Be sure to check out our upcoming Saturday Morning Workshops and mechanics classes.
Workshops are $10 for non-members and $5 for members. They are on a variety of topics from drivetrain cleaning, derailleurs/shfiters, and brakes to bike touring, winter cycling, and traffic skills.
If you're looking to learn more about bike maintenance, this… Read more about this program
Rolling Bike Clinics (RBCs) are bicycle powered mobile bike shops designed to fix broken bikes in low income neighborhoods in Boulder.
Volunteer bike mechanics load our large capacity bike trailers with all the tools and parts needed for a mobile bike shop. We then ride to a neighborhood, set up shop and fix bikes for… Read more about this program