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Community Bike Programs: Utah, Vermont & Virginia





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If you have bikes to donate or contribute, many of the organizations on this page are willing recipients. If you 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: 


Aggie Blue Bikes, Utah State University, Logan UT

Ogden Bicycle Collective, 2404 Wall. Ave. Ogden, Ut 84401. Tel: 801-391-3911.  Email: ogdenbikecollective *.

Provo Bike Collective, 334N 700E (in the garage), Provo, UT 84606.

Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective, 2312 S. West Temple, South Salt Lake, UT 84115-2623. Tel: 801-328-BIKE (2453). Email: info *. Bike shop and provides refurbished bicycles and educational programs to the community, focusing on children and lower income households.

University of Utah Bicycle Collective, Building 171, across Central Campus Drive from the UMFA, Salt Lake City UT.

Utah Bike Collective, UT. multiple locations.

Westminster College Bike Collective, Salt Lake City, UT.


BF Community Bike Project, 24 Canal St, Bellows Falls, VT 05101. Tel: 802-406-0662. Email: info *.

Bicycle Recycle, 664 Riverside Ave, Burlington, VT 05401. Tel: (802) 264-9687.

Polka Dot Bikes, Vermont Center for Appropriate Transport (probably defunct)

Yellow Bike Program, Middlebury College, Middlebury VT.

FreeRide, 89 Barre St, Montpelier VT 05602. Email: freeridemp *.

Putney Green Bike Project, Putney VT. Tel: 802-387-2521. Email: daniel *.


Phoenix Bikes, 4200 S Four Mile Run Dr, Arlington VA 22204. Tel: 703-575-7762.

VĂ©loCity Bicycle Co-op, 204 S. Union St., Alexandria, VA 22314. Tel: 703-835-0558. Contact: Director: John Patterson, john.patterson *

Blacksburg Bicycle Collective, 1101 Glade Road. Glade Road runs between the Math Empo & Kroger, Blacksburg VA.

Charlottesville Community Bikes, 9th St. SW, Charlottesville, VA 22902. Tel: 1-804-970-2002. Email: * or jeanrhys *.  Free access bike recycling program and open shop.

Charlottesville Free Bike Program, Charlottesville Albemarle Bicycling Alliance, Charlottesville, VA.

Bike Village, George Mason University, Fairfax VA.

Richmond Re-Cycles, 2611 W Cary St, Richmond, VA 23220. Tel: 804-355-0166. Email: richmondrecycles *.  Offers free bicycles to those in need through a non-profit organization called SPOKES. The program has donated bicycles to people within the community, the Salvation Army Christmas Drive, and Richmond Friends of the Homeless.

Share Bike, Roanoke VA 24014.  Tel: 540-982-8289.  Email: admin *.

Bike Initiative, College of Williams and Mary, Williamsburg, VA. A Communal Bike Program was initiated by Class of 2007.  Started with refurbished abandoned bikes on campus. All bikes were painted orange. These bikes were shared among the college community. This seems to have morphed into a institution Bike Initiative, but it doesn't have the grassroots element.

Directory of USA Community Bike Programs
Directory of Non-USA Community Bike Programs
Community Bike Program Homepage



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