Bikes

Several organizations in Colorado will let you volunteer a certain number of hours in order to “earn” a bike. They are listed below.

Bikes Together (Mariposa)

1060 Osage Street, Denver CO 80204

Denver Metro

Denver

Bikes Together has had to suspend all of their "Do It Yourself" recycling and education programs due to COVID-19. They are, however, selling used bikes and offering pay-what-you-wish service at both locations. If a person seeking transportation has a broken bike, they can sign up for an appointment in person Tues/Weds/Sat 12-5 and they can fix it up for them while they wait for very cheap or free. If they need a bike, their refurbished used bikes sell for $300-500 (high-quality; will last a very long time). Sometimes they also have used bikes that need work for sale "as-is" for under $100. For more information, please contact mac@bikestogether.org.

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Community Cycles

2601 Spruce St, Unit B, Boulder CO 80302

Denver Metro

Boulder

Click on the website link to learn about the Community Cycles Earn-a-Bike program. The program is for people who are 16 and older, low-income, and who do not own a bike. They also sell refurbished bikes at a low cost. You can also call or go into their office to learn more.

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Recycle Bicycles

Denver Metro

Denver

Recycle Bicycles is a nonprofit collective. You can call Bruce with Recycle Bicycles and let him know you’re looking for a bike. Bruce may ask for a referral from your parole officer or Remerg. He will put you on a waiting list to get a bike and lock. Bruce has bike connections outside of the Denver metro area. You may also email Bruce at bikedadlien@yahoo.com.

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