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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: 

Washington

Bainbridge Island Yellow Bike Program, Bainbridge, WA. Tel: 206-780-5346

Hub Community Bicycle Co-op, 903 1/2 N, Bellingham. State along South Bay Trail.  Tel: 360-255-2072.

Bellingham Pedal Project, P.O. Box 3133, Bellingham, WA 98227-3133. Tel: 360-671-3456

Hub City Bike Shop (Hub City Mission), Pearl Street Pool, Centralia, WA 98531. Tel: 360-523-3992.

Ellensburg Community Cycling Center, Ellensburg, WA. Tel: 509-025-3939

Lopez Island Green Machine, Lopez, WA. Tel: 360-468-3251

Build-a-Bike, 2602 18th Ave SE, Olympia, WA. Tel: 360-539-0955.

Olympia Bike Library, WA [deceased]

Bike Shack, 901 NE 55th St, Seattle WA 98125. Email: SeattleBikeShack @gmail.com *.

Bike Works, 3709 S. Ferdinand St @ Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118. Email: director @bikeworks.org *. Tel: 206-725-9408.

The Bikery, 14th & Jackson, Seattle WA. Tel: 206-568-3535. Email: info @thebikery.org *.  The intent of the Bikery is to empower people of any skill level to learn about and repair their own bicycles, and to participate in the whirlwind of creativity and good times that is bicycle culture.

Cool Water Bikes, 1106 W 2nd Ave, Spokane, WA 99201. Tel: 509-838-8580. Email:
bikes @coolwaterbikes.org *.

Pedals2People, Spokane WA. Self-service community bike shop. (closed 2015)

Second Cycle, 1205 MLK Jr. Way, Tacoma WA 98405. Tel: 253-495-0853. Email: innoahsway @gmail.com *.

West Virginia

Spokes4Folks, Charleston WV. (Seems to have disappeared. It was connected with Create West Virginia, http://www.createwv.org/ )

Positive Spin, 2567 University Ave Ste. 6000L, Morgantown WV.  Contact: Nick Hein, Director.  Tel: 304-276-0213.  Email: info @positivespin.org *. Collects and recycles donated bikes for donation to charities while involving and educating area residents in bike skills.

Wisconsin

Sunshine Community Bike Program, Northland College, Ashland, WI. 54806. Tel: 715-682-1846. Email: gerlachd01 @northland.edu * .  In 1996, a motivated student started a program that provided free bicycles to the campus community. Named the Sunshine Community Bike Program, this endeavor uses donated bicycles, assures that they are in good working order, paints them with bright colors, and places them at bike racks around campus.  A few paid students and many volunteers help maintain the bicycles.

Freewheel Collective, 1818 S Park St Bldg 8, Madison WI 53713. Email: freewheel @mutualaid.org *  Community bicycle workshop run by volunteers

Red Bike Project, Budget Bicycle Center, 930 Regent St, Madison, WI 53715. Tel: 608-251-1663.  Email: mulhem @cs.wisc.edu  *.  Bikes are checked out like library books with a refundable deposit. Since 1996.

Wheels For Winners, 229 S. Fair Oaks Avenue, Madison, WI 53704.  Tel: 608-249-2418. Email: wheelsforwinners @gmail.com  *.

Milwaukee Bicycle Collective, 2910 W Claybourn St, Milwaukee WI 53208. Tel: 414-431-0825. Email: milwaukee @bikecollective.org *  A place where bike repair and bike construction can happen in a creative and supportive atmosphere at little or no cost. 

Ripon College, WI.  Free bikes to freshman.

Directory of USA Community Bike Programs
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