Affordable bike parts and repairs for low income people
Work for Wheels allows people to volunteer time at the shop in exchange for credit towards labor on bike repairs, used parts or accessories (up to $250). The program is for low/no income individuals who cannot otherwise afford to purchase repairs, parts, or a bicycle without financial assistance.
We also have a Community Bike Program to help people who need a bike for transportation.
The program is open to all, but we ask for optional employment and income information to compile general data on participants. Once enrolled in the program, your time is valued at $14 per hour.
Work tasks range from sweeping the shop, sorting parts, basic bike repairs (depending on your skills) or helping around the shop.
Dark Nights, Bright Lights
It’s illegal to ride a bike at night without a front headlight and rear reflector. We also recommend a red rear light. If you can’t afford your own set of bike lights to keep you safe and legal, you may qualify for a free set of bike lights. Come into the shop to see if you’re eligible.