Bicycles for People Who Need Them

Across Arizona there are groups who refurbish bicycles and provide them to people who need bikes. These groups provide bicycles for adults and children. Some of these groups provide shop space for doing repairs, earn-a-bike programs, repair and maintenance instruction, and more. These groups have opportunities for volunteers and are often looking for donations of bicycles, parts, tools and/or cash.

Flagstaff

Donates refurbished bikes to people in need

Repair space with tools

Bicycle repair and maintenance instruction

Fountain Hills

Donates refurbished bikes to children

Phoenix

For ASU students during school year

Repair space with tools

Bicycle repair and maintenance instruction

Some free maintenance services

Donates refurbished bikes to children

Donates refurbished bikes to children in foster care

Donates refurbished bikes to adults and children in need

Repair space with tools

Parts recycling

Bicycle education and outreach

Community event space

Mesa

For ASU students during school year

Repair space with tools

Bicycle repair and maintenance instruction

Some free maintenance services

Free rental bikes at Polytechnic campus

Groups can request up to 30 bicycles to refurbish and distribute to people in need

Donates refurbished bikes to adults and children in need

Repair space with tools

Sierra Vista

Library patrons may borrow a bicycle

Tempe

For ASU students during school year

Repair space with tools

Bicycle repair and maintenance instruction

Some free maintenance services

Repair space with tools

Build a bike program

Work trade program

Repair classes

Provides refurbished bicycles for refugees

Tucson

Repair space with tools,

Earn a bike program (adults and kids),

Refurbished bikes for sale

Donates refurbished bikes to children in need

Verde Valley

Donates refurbished bikes to people in need

Yuma

Bike Shop

Bike repair and service

All these groups are looking for help in some way. You can volunteer your time, donate your unneeded bicycles and parts, or help in other ways. And if you know of an adult or a child that needs a bicycle and is not able to get one, see if one of these groups may be able to help.

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  1. Earl Ratledge says:

    Coconino County Health and Human Services may also have some bicycles available for people in need.
    https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=730728779081216&set=a.304668665020565

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