Tuesday & Thursday nights in Everett
Remember that feeling of joy when you got your very own bicycle? Kids still love to ride, and Sharing Wheels volunteers help make that happen.
Each year we have a goal of refurbishing 100+ bikes for low income families. Kid bikes aren’t complicated to fix, but they do need a lot of TLC.
Signup to help fix kid bikes
Work Parties are 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Oct 10 through Dec. 5. Size is limited to 6 volunteers each night. Advanced registration is required.
Mechanical experience helpful but not required. Tasks range from cleaning bikes and fixing flats to replacing cables or adjusting hubs.
Signup on our Calendar for the night (or nights) you can help. We love repeat volunteers!
Work Party Details
- Hands-on training and tasks provided by staff and experienced volunteers.
- Snacks are provided. Bring your own water bottle.
- Keep coming back. You’ll learn about bikes and earn Volunteer Benefits.
- Kids old enough to help are welcome if they are supervised by a responsible adult.
Group Work Parties
If you have a church, service club or other group that wants to help, we can schedule your very own work party – usually on a Sunday. Email Executive Director Christy Cowley or call 425-252-6952 and we’ll get something scheduled
Support our Kids Bike Program
Bike donations – not needed
We do not need any more kid bikes at this time. We have 75 kids bikes in storage waiting to be restored to riding glory. If we need more kid bikes, we’ll put out a call through our contacts and social media.
We put about $25 in new parts on each bike to make it safe and shiny for the kids. That adds up to thousands of dollars in tires, seats, handlebar grips, etc.
Businesses and individuals are encouraged to donate cash or in-kind support.
PIZZA and sandwiches help fuel our work. If you have an “in” or a gift card with a restaurant, contact Christy. Or simply make a donation to Sharing Wheels.
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 provide incentives for volunteers who repair bikes.
Nothing Bundt Cakes in Mill Creek donates snacks for our volunteer work sessions. This is the second year they have generously supported our program.
Trek Bicycles – Redmond donates high-quality, gently used bikes to our program year-round.
Recycled Cycles in Seattle donated 15 kid bikes to the program in 2023.
Spring Kid Bike Program
Our goal this spring was to clean and repair 55+ kids bikes in time for summer . We exceeded our goal and donated 64 bikes to low income families through theses partners: