Creating equitable access to bicycles for the greater Boulder community.
We’re a community making bicycling a truly sustainable, equitable, and affordable means of everyday transportation; where human-powered transportation is prioritized in fact and not just in words; and where transportation betters all residents' lives physically, emotionally, and economically.
We sell unique bikes, all donation based. Bikes are refurbished from worn out and tired to ready for anything. Professional mechanics refurbish every bike - some rides need just a few adjustments to be good as new and some get a full host of upgrades.
Join the fun at a Community Cycles workshop and learn your bike in a welcoming environment. Boost your confidence with hand-on skills in classes that range from Maintenance 101 to our premiere multi-session Complete Mechanics Series.
We Are Your Voice in Boulder County
Our Advocacy arm works with local, state and federal agencies, local businesses and neighborhood organizations to improve our community’s infrastructure for bicyclists.
Join your voice with ours and be a part of bringing better cycling infrastructure to our community.
DIY Hydraulic Brake Bleeding
We are pleased to announce the addition hydraulic brake bleeding to our DIY Shop capabilities. There is a $20 fee...
Envisioning Iris as a neighborhood-friendly street
Iris Avenue is a primary east-west corridor in Boulder that is neither safe nor inviting for bicyclists or pedestrians. Crosswalks...
Community Cycles is hiring! Sales Associate
Community Cycles is looking to hire friendly and enthusiastic individuals willing to join our dynamic team. Two part-time seasonal jobs...
We Are Hiring: Production Mechanic
If you are an experienced bike mechanic looking for a change, consider a job with Community Cycles! Position Title: Production...
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Community Cycles Upcoming Workshops & Events
Wheel Building – Registration FULL
April Complete Mechanic Series
Bike for a Better World
As a nonprofit, we strive to create a sustainable closed loop business model. That includes business practices at our shop along with creating a community that comes to us to recycle and upcycle “all things bike.”
We invite you to join us in this good work, even if it’s simply by dropping your old bikes and tires at the Shop instead of in the landfill. If you would like to become more deeply involved, please come by the shop and say hello! And then we can discuss the ways you might help create a culture of cycling alongside us.