Holiday Kids Bike Program
This program allows low income families to request up to two kids bikes for their children. Bikes are used, but have been cleaned and repaired by volunteers to make sure they are safe and functional. We will do our best to match the donated bikes we have to your child.
Getting a Bike
Unfortunately, this program is now FULL and we are no longer accepting any more requests. We are doing our best to fulfill all requests received prior to 11/12. All requests received between 11/12 and 11/15 have been placed on a waiting list and will be contacted if a bike is available.
This program is for low income families who live in Snohomish County. We have at least 75 bikes that will be matched with kids while supplies last. Families can also request a new helmet to go with each bike.
We will schedule bike pickups at our shop in Everett the weekend of Dec. 12-13.
Supporting this Program
We put about $30 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.
You or your organization are welcome to contribute to the cause.
Volunteers are working now to fix donated bikes. To help, see our Fix Kids Bikes page.
Sharing Wheels has always had a holiday bike program for low income kids. In past years, these bikes have been donated to Christmas House. For 2020, Christmas House organizers have asked Sharing Wheels to distribute bikes directly, so they can focus on helping families in other ways.