The Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective has openings for one or more mechanics. These are part- to full-time positions, depending on your needs and preferences. 

The perks: 

  • $12-14 per hour, depending on experience
  • Paid time off
  • Flexible schedule
  • Year round, non-seasonal work
  • Get paid to do enjoyable work that makes a positive difference in our community

If this interests you, check out the job post link below for more details and instructions to apply.

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The Ogden Bicycle Collective is bringing the immensely successful and popular Bike Prom (put on yearly by the Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective) home to Ogden as Bike Homecoming! We will start the event with a free, easy, no-drop, community bike ride (route TBD) where everyone of all abilities is welcome. This will be followed by a formal dance party held at the Copper Nickel in downtown Ogden with Lavender Vinyl DJing. Everyone is encouraged to dress in their best formal attire for the theme "Enchantment Under the Sea"!

Keep an eye on our website, Facebook page, and the event page for information on ticketing, route info, volunteer opportunities, and more!

The bike ride is free, but tickets will be sold for the dance. All income from this event goes back into supporting the Ogden Bicycle Collective's community programs. Come out for a good time to support bikes and the community!

If you're interested in sponsoring the event or being a vendor, contact Danielle at !

The Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective is happy to announce our 2017 Youth Mountain Biking Camps! These are FREE camps, aimed at youth from lower-income families. The camps will run 2 1/2 hours per day for a week, and the kids will learn bike handling skills, safety, and basic bike repair, all while having tons of fun.

Stop by the Collective during any of our DIY/Sales hours (Th-Sun 1:00-8:00) or during our volunteer hours (Mon 5:30-9:00, Fri 9:00-1:00) to sign a liability waiver and reserve a spot. Hurry, the first camp starts next week!

The Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective is hiring a Youth Education Coordinator! Do you love working with kids? Are you passionate about making a positive impact on the lives of the youth of our community, especially low-income and/or at-risk youth? Do you have a basic understanding of bike mechanics, and the desire to teach these skills to others? If you answered yes to all these questions, this is the job for you!

Click the link below for the job description and instructions to apply.

Danielle Fry

Danielle is a long time bicycle commuter, but until stepping into the Ogden Bicycle Collective (OBC), knew very little about bike mechanics.  She began attending the free Bike Mechanic 101 classes, then applied for and was accepted into the first round of OBC's Apprenticeship Program.  After completing the program, Danielle was hired as OBC's Volunteer Coordinator, where she took an active role in helping to develop many of OBC's existing programs.  When the position became available, Danielle was promoted to Director of the Ogden Bicycle Collective.  Danielle has been involved in non-profit work for over a decade, and has seen first-hand how bikes can improve people's lives.  She is proud to be part of a sustainable community organization that works to empower people and promote a healthy lifestyle.

Austin Taylor

Austin Taylor was hired as Provo Bicycle Collective's first Director in March 2016.  Since then, he's been key in moving the collective to a building triple the size of the previous, increasing revenues by 300% in a single year, and creating jobs for several staff members.  He is the founder of Provo's Earn-a-Bike Program, Juvenile Justice Mechanics course, and leads our community outreach efforts.  He is currently a full-time student at BYU's Marriott School of Business and School of Music and spends his spare time performing music throughout Utah Valley and adventure cycling with his beautiful wife Elise.

Heidi is originally from Idaho but transplanted to Salt Lake City ten years ago with her bicycle at her side. Since then, she has developed a passion for active transportation and its many environmental, economic and social benefits. Heidi has bachelors degrees in Environmental Studies and Urban Planning and a Master of City and Metropolitan Planning from the University of Utah with a specialization in Smart Growth and Transportation and a Graduate Certificate in Urban Design. She has been an active triathlete and road biker since high school and has recently picked up mountain biking. Four years ago, Heidi turned in her car keys and became a full-time bicycle commuter which has opened her eyes to the benefits and challenges active transportation users face. She aspires to help design and cultivate transportation options that support resilient urban environments that focus on health, activity and wellness. Heidi has been the Treasurer on the Board of Directors for the Bicycle Collective since 2012. She currently works for the Utah Department of Transportation as the Active Transportation Manager in the Planning Department.

Shelley Reynolds - Utah native 

I love bicycling for transportation, recreation, and pure enjoyment.

I'm currently a Realtor and formerly a Case Manager in the non-profit sector where I learned what a valuable asset the SLC BC is to the residents of City of Salt Lake. Bicycling brings people together and that's exactly what the world needs! 

Kevin Dwyer is a father, cyclist, maker and grower. In the ‘80s and ‘90s Kevin owned and operated bicycle stores in Indianapolis, Boulder, San Francisco and Moab. After getting a Permaculture design certificate, Kevin moved to Salt Lake City, where he received an M.P.A (nonprofit management) and a J.D.

Today, Kevin provides transactional and organizational legal services to bicycle and outdoor, restaurant, non-profit and individual clients, is on the board of the Salt Lake Valley Trails Society, races DH and trys to learn a new trick or two every year.