2021’s Silver Lining: A Letter from Our Executive Director


Sue Prant

Hello, Friends of Community Cycles –

2021 turned out to be a much better year than 2020 but still filled with considerable difficulty. There were also great joys in the “every day” of just being together in the shop. Classes and DIY returned. Bike to Work Day came back from its hiatus and we were even able to host a very large, successful, and fun member party celebration in August.

Heading into 2022, we are still requiring masks for all in the shop, along with class and DIY numbers being lowered to allow for social distancing. The air is still being filtered and many of our other programs are back.

As we move further into 2022, we are looking at how we can use the lessons we learned from the pandemic to fine-tune our programming and influence the future of CC that best serves the community.

Speaking of Community: Marshall Fire Bikes are needed

Community Cycles is offering bikes for transportation to people who suffered losses in the Marshall Fire. If you were affected, check out how we can help.

Thanks for your swift action in making both monetary and bike donations. This is the time when our neighbors need us most.

Sue Prant, Executive Director