Kid Bike Program

Bikes for Summer Fun

Every spring our volunteers refurbish donated kid bikes for low income families. Kid bike work parties are a great way to learn and practice mechanical skills – no experience required.

Work parties are scheduled May through June. Sign up for a work party on our Calendar.

We solicit donations of gently-used kid bikes in excellent condition. Worn out tires and seats can be replaced, but we don’t accept rusty or broken bikes.

Holiday Kids Bike Program

Over the past 20 years, Sharing Wheels has given more than 1,700 bikes to low income kids for the holidays. Kids bikes are donated by the community, repaired by volunteers, and gifted to low income families through Christmas House and other local nonprofits.

Our goal is to fix more than 100 kid bikes every year. You can help us reach this goal!

Kid bike work parties are 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays October through early December. When September rolls around, sign up for a work party on our Calendar.

Support the kids bike program

We put about $25 in new parts on each bike to make it safe and shiny for the kids. We also make sure a helmet goes with every bike.

Consider a financial donation to support kids bikes for low income families in our community.

Thanks to the Stillaguamish Tribe for a generous grant that also supports our kids bike and volunteer programs in 2024.

Thanks to our Sponsors

The Stillaguamish Tribe‘s charitable fund has provided generous grants in support of our volunteer and kids bike programs. They help us buy new parts and support the volunteers who repair donated bikes.

Nothing Bundt Cakes in Mill Creek donates delicious snacks for our work sessions. This is the second year they’ve helped feed our volunteers (and our sweet tooths).

Trek Bicycles – Redmond donates high quality, gently used bikes to our program.

Recycled Cycles in Seattle donated 15 kid bikes to our fall 2023 efforts.

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