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If you have bikes to donate or contribute, many of the organizations on this page are willing recipients. If cannot find an organization in your community, you should also check the programs listed on our "youth program directory" and "international recycling bicycles" pages.).  Still no luck, check locally for social service agency that serve the homeless, disadvantaged, orphanages, organize gift programs at Christmas, etc. (If you have additions or corrections for this list please let us know. )

* To discourage email harvesting, the email addresses in this directory are un-hyperlinked and have an extra space in them.  To use the email address: cut-and-paste the address and delete the space before the @ symbol.  For those of you with honorable intentions we are sorry for the inconvenience in communicating with these fine organizations.

Directory of Community Bike Programs: 

Tennessee

Knoxville Bike Library, 2322 Highland Ave #1, Knoxville TN 37916. Email: tbensko @utk.edu * (may be defunct)

Revolution Community Bicycle Shop, 1000 S. Cooper St. Memphis, TN, 38104. Tel: 901.949.1201. Eamil: revolutionsbikeshop @gmail.com *

Texas

Austin Yellow Bike Project, 5013 E 51st St, Austin TX 78723, .  Tel: 512-457-9880. Email: austinyellowbike @gmail.com  *.  Runs a community bike shop open to all. Also recycles donated bikes, repair them, and give them a new coat of bright yellow paint. they're free to ride but not to keep.

Bikes Across Borders, 300 Allen St, Austin, TX 78702. Tel: 512-385-3695. Email: bikesacrossborders @riseup.net  *. Operates a non-profit bike shop that repairs salvaged bikes & offers bicycle & bike trailer workshops at the Rhizome Collective. They facilitate the donation of bike tools and used bicycles and parts to support community organizations & bicycle cooperatives locally and in Latin America. 

Wheatsville Yellow Bike Project, 3101 Guadelupe, Austin TX.  Tel:512-469-9247. Email: austinyellowbike @gmail.com  *.  Community bike shop program only.

Pedicab, College Station TX. Tel: 979 492 4172

Querencia Community Bicycle Shop, Denton, TX

Southwestern University, 1001 E University Ave, Georgetown TX 78627. Contact: Laura Miller. Email: millerl @southwestern.edu  *.

Workshop Houston, 3615 Sauer St, Houston,TX 77004. 713-807-7911. contact @workshophouston.org *. Collects used and abandoned bikes from around the city and use them to create hands-on, self directed learning opportunities for kids and adults.

Bike Cave, San Marcos, TX

Waco Volunteer Bike Center, 1701 Sanger Ave, Waco TX 76707. Email: communitycycling @gmail.com  *. (may be defunct)

Directory of USA Community Bike Programs
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