Community Bike Programs: Nebraska, Nevada,
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.
Community Bike Shop, 525 N. 33rd Street, Omaha, NE 68131. Email: omahabike @gmail.com *
Kiwanis Bike Program, 2605 Comstock Road, Reno NV. Tel: 775-746-9310. Ongoing clinics on bicycle repair and safe riding practices for youth organizations, refurbishing of bikes for at risk youth in our community and bike sales of a limited number of refurbished bikes. These sales support the program and support donation of bikes to youth in the community. The program could not exist without donations of bikes from the community. KBP recycles bicycles and provides bike services for Burning Man bicyclists.
Reno Bike Project, 541 E Fourth St, Reno NV 89512. Tel: 775-323-4488. A full service community bike shop, refurbishes bicycles for kids and sells used-bike.
Yellow Bike Coop, Nesmith Hall Rm 206, Univ of New Hampshire , Durham, NH. Tel: 603-862-2959. Join the Co-op, attend a sign-up meeting and you will be given a key to unlock the yellow and purple bikes that are distributed around campus.
Cheshire County Bicycle Collective / Keene Bicycle Coop. Email: keenebikecoop @gmail.com *.
NB Bike Library, 154 Commercial Avenue, at Seaman Street (enter at Seaman St. side gate), New Brunswick, NJ. Tel: 732-937-9301. Email: bikelibrary @riseup.net *. Work space staffed by experienced volunteers and equipped with a nearly complete bicycle tool set, bike stands, donated frames and parts, and bikes available for loan.
Community Bike Recycling Program, Albuquerque, NM. Contact: Richard Rivas. Tel: 505-968-3444
Bikeworks. 815 E. 10th St., Silver City NM 88061. Tel: 575-388-1444. Operate a workshop with a free tool library, an earn-a-bike program, affordable reconditioned bicycles, and a free-roaming yellow bike program.
Buffalo Blue Bicycle, c/o The Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo, 65 Niagara Sq, Rm 607, Buffalo, NY 14202. Tel: 716-851-4052. Contact: Justin Booth, jbooth @buffalobluebicycle.org *. Members have access to a fleet of metallic blue bicycles located at a number of conveniently located hubs across the city and can use them for a couple of hours or up to two days.
Bikes for Freedom, Great Neck NY. Contact: Ray Finkelstein. Email: rafines57 @msn.com *. Collects used bikes, and reconditions and donates them.
Freegan Bike Workshop, 123 Tompkins Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, NY 11206. Tel: (206) 333-1355. Build a bike from scratch, or volunteer/donate and adopt an injured bike, and nurse it back to health. Free bikes and help for children.
ReCYCLEry, Corner of Old Pittsboro Rd. & Daffodil Lane, Carrboro, NC 27510. Tel: 919- 932-1335. Email: bike @recyclery.info * Accepts donated bicycles and then provides those bikes, use of tools expertise and assistance to those needing bicycles. Also runs a bicycle-share program to loan bicycles to members.
1304 Bikes, Mayview Rd and Chamberlain St, Raleigh, NC. Do-it-yourself organization that accepts donated bicycles and then provides those bikes, use of tools expertise and assistance to those needing bicycles.
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