Earn a Free Bike

(Or Get Your Current Bike Back on the Road!)

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Join Boulder County and Community Cycles for this chance to earn a free bicycle.

Why You Should Consider Getting a Bike or Fixing the Bike You Already Own

  • They are an effective tool for replacing motor vehicle trips – owning a bike is more affordable than car ownership.
  • Get to work, school and errands.
  • Use a bike for part of your trip - put it on the bus to start or complete your travel.
  • Reduce your carbon footprint. Colorado needs your help to show the difference riding a bike can make!
  • Improve your health!

What Do I Get?

  • Kent Crosstour Bike
  • Helmet
  • U-Lock
  • Light
  • Pannier

At the same time you receive your bike, you'll take a class that will teach you skills for keeping your bike going and tips on getting around town.


Do I Qualify?

You must be available to pick up your bike and take a bike skills course on one of the following days:

  • April 22, 10am-12:30pm
  • May 6, 10am-12:30pm
  • May 13, 10am-12:30pm
  • May 20, 10am-12:30pm

Bike Skills: You’ll learn basic bicycle care and repair, along with bicycle commuting tips.

Location: The Spoke on Coffman, 515 Coffman St, Longmont, CO 80501

*For ages 15 and up*

How Do I Apply?

All residents of Boulder County Housing Authority sites are welcome to apply.

Deadline to apply is March 19, 2023.

Apply to attend on one of the following dates:

Already Have a Bike? Join us for a class or tune up:

Learn How to Fix Your Flat Tire

Community Cycles is offering a free 1 hour Fix-a-Flat workshops at various Boulder County Housing Authority locations.

This clinic teaches the best and easiest technique for fixing a flat. Come to this workshop to learn to fix a flat like a pro!

This class is open to all BCHA residents.

Dates and locations will be announced in April.

Free Bike Mini-Tune-Ups

Already have a bike but it needs a repair? Community Cycles is offering free mini-tune-ups.

Bring your bike and we'll take care of minor issues like x, y and z. If the repair is more extensive, we’ll point you in the right direction for getting it fixed.

Mini-tune-ups are open to all BCHA residents.

Dates and locations will be announced in April.

Questions? Ask Program Managers Dylan Zamora-Silva with BCHA or Sandee Cirian with Community Cycles