Did you know we also have items on eBay?

Check out what treasures we have for sale at the Ogden Location. All proceeds help fund our charitable programming!

We're excited to partner with Retrospec bicycles to provide new, affordable, quality bikes in addition to our refurbished bicycles. You can purchase them safely online for pickup in the shop.



Beaumont Step-Thru City Bike

This vintage-inspired seven-speed commuting machine is made complete with its retro paint job, plush grips, cushy saddle, charming mid-century bell, and matching fenders. The step-thru frame is easy to mount and dismount. We brought in the Beaumont because it packs in a lot of bang for your buck. The quality and thoughtful component spec along with rack and fenders will make this one of the better bikes for casual riders, beginner commuters, and college kids on a budget.

Beaumont Step-Thru City Bike

$259.99

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Beaumont City Bike

This vintage-inspired seven-speed commuting machine is made complete with its retro paint job, plush grips, cushy saddle, charming mid-century bell, and matching fenders. We brought in the Beaumont because it packs in a lot of bang for your buck. The quality and thoughtful component spec along with rack and fenders will make this one of the better bikes for casual riders, beginner commuters, and college kids on a budget.

Beaumont City Bike

$259.99

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Kinney City Bike

We brought the Kinney in because it's the perfect bike for both getting to work or for a night out on 25th street. Toss your backpack on and go. Kinney’s 7 speeds and Shimano Tourney 500 derailleur and wide-range gearing is equipped to handle your commutes ups and downs. Sealed cartridge bearings keep the dirt and grime away from slowing you or your ride while a comfortable saddle, cushy grips, and riser handlebars keep you on the road longer.

Kinney City Bike 7 - Matte Dusk

$299.99

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Kinney Mixte City Bike

his bike is a take on classic riding straight from old-school France. Retrospec combined go-to cruising needs with a little “ooh-la-la” for a ride fit for bakery runs and farmers market flings. Grab your baguette and go with Kinney’s 7 speeds from its Shimano Tourney 500 derailleur and wide-range gearing equipped to handle all your tour’s ups and downs. Kinney-Mixte’s hand-built, high-tensile steel classic steel frame is easy to mount and ideal for comfortable cruising.

Kinney Mixte City Bike 7 - Crystal Blue

$299.00

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Venus Step-Thru City Bike

Fancy a ride on the river parkway? Perhaps a quick trip to the coffee shop? The Venus is your ticket to elevated city cycling with classic silhouette and first-class components for an all-around dreamy ride that is as durable as it is dazzling. We brought in this bike because it's a beautiful and practical city bike/commuter bike.

Venus Step-Thru

$349.99

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Harper Singlespeed / Fixed-Gear

Remember 2006-2007 when you were tearing up Washington Blvd and Playing Bike Polo at the Soloman Parking Garage? Is Critical Mass still a thing? When we saw this bike it triggered a nostalgic flashback and we knew we'd have to stock at least one. With a quick flip of the back wheel, Harper turns from a single-speed cruise to a hair raising, skid-inducing fixed-gear thrill ride

Harper SS/Fixed-Gear

$219.99

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Chatam 20" Boys Cruiser Bikes

We brought these 20" kids bikes into the shop so parents can be vicariously cool. These bikes look like full sized cruisers that have been shrunk down to kid proportions.

Chatham 1 20" Boys

$169.99

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Chatham 20" Girls Cruiser Bike

We brought these 20" kids bikes into the shop so parents can be vicariously cool. These bikes look like full sized cruisers that have been shrunk down to kid proportions.

Chatham 1 20" Girls

$169.99

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Koda 20" Kids Bikes

Koda is equipped with top-rated safety features for smooth, intuitive riding for beginner cyclists. This sporty, BMX inspired bike is perfect for little riders speeding off to the races. Koda’s sturdy steel frame is built to withstand every learning curve. A protected chain guard keeps their legs safe as they pedal off to the next pursuit. Sidewalk whips, park zips, and even some trip-ups along the way are to be expected. Koda’s specially designed frame, adjustable seat and handlebars allow the bike to grow with them. Koda is designed for early riders familiarizing themselves with bikes. Bright colors, BMX inspired plate, baskets and more make Koda the coolest kid bike to ever hit the sidewalk.

Koda 20" Kids Bikes

$149.99

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Cub Balance Bikes

A balance bike is better than training wheels. Riding along with no pedals means kids balance on their feet, which means their feet are almost always touching the ground. We brought in these balance bikes because we often get requests from parents looking for alternatives to training wheels. We want to offer the cycling experience to the entire family.

Cub Balance Bikes

$69.99

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October 21, 2020

Patrick Schwab, PhD

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Dr. Patrick Schwab has been a core volunteer of the St. George Bicycle Collective for several years, often wrenching in the shop and administrative duties. Patrick is a Professor of STEM in both the College of Science, Engineering & Technology and the College of Education at Dixie State University. He has enjoyed bringing his formal teaching background into the Collective to help guide practices in the shop. Before his engineering and teaching career, Patrick owned and operated a bike shop in Tucson, AZ, when not focused on mountain bike racing.

Code of Conduct Pledge

The Bicycle Collective is a place of learning and community development for anyone interested in bicycles. We strive to accommodate, understand, and celebrate the cultural backgrounds and ethnic differences of everyone who walks through our doors. Doing so means that we may need to leave some of our personal views at the door. We are not a political organization and we do not promote a political agenda. We advocate by providing a supportive environment for anything to do with biking and bike repair. We promote equality mobility in every city we serve.

When representing the Bicycle Collective community as a volunteer or employee,

We pledge to:

  • Be anti-racist. We endeavor to address any displays of injustice and any statements of untruth that disparage people based on their race or identity. If a derogatory or insensitive conversation develops, We will reject it and encourage others to do the same.
  • Leave our political opinions at the door. We will not engage in or advocate for a specific political agenda. We will refrain from political speech while at the Bicycle Collective and while representing the Bicycle Collective.
  • Honor the dignity of all individuals. We recognize that maintaining a respectful environment that celebrates the diversity of life in our community is paramount to fulfilling the Bicycle Collective’s mission. We will carry that sentiment through all our interactions with our leadership, board, employees, volunteers, clients, and customers.

In pledging ourselves to these values, we ask that all involved with the Bicycle Collective — leaders, volunteers, board members, supporters, staff — commit to taking action to make the world a more equitable place.

We have a lot of work to do — join us.

September 26, 2020

Youth Open Shop: Live

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Youth Open Shop: Live

Every week we do a live Q&A to answer your questions and help you learn more about bikes!

Join us every

Tuesday @ 5:00 p.m.

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About Us

Recycle Bikes
Our model is designed to increase affordable access and education and our audience is everyone. Our community bike shops in Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo, and St. George are staffed with professional mechanic instructors who are there to walk you through tune-ups or repairs with the idea that you’ll be a more regular and confident rider after learning how to patch the tube or adjust the brakes yourself. We carry a large selection of used bicycles that are overhauled by our mechanics and given a multi-point inspection so they’re ready to ride out the door. We also carry used and new parts and accessories to get your bike dialed in perfectly to fit your riding style and personal tastes.

Access for All
But there’s so much more to the Collective. The revenue from our community bike shops provides the bulk of funding for our numerous programs that are aimed to serve underprivileged communities and children. Your purchase may help fund a much needed bike for a refugee, veteran, or recently released prisoner in transition. Or it may help pay for five bikes for kids in need. It may pay an in-house youth mechanic certification instructor salary, placing youth in jobs as bike mechanics in the area, or the salary of our instructors who teach the same course at juvenile detention centers. It’s a positive feedback loop in which the more people we help in our shops, the more people we can help outside of our shops. We see it as a win for everyone.

Build Community
We believe to our cores that the bicycle is an important machine that is rightly becoming staple of urban communities. To patrons of our programs, it may even be a critical tool for employment and self-sufficiency. We invite you to become part of the effort! Find out more about the services we offer under each shop's programs page, join as a member, volunteer with us, donate money, donate your old bicycle, or simply come in and take advantage of the community bike shop services or hang out with us at an event. Little compares to the simple joy of riding a bicycle.

May 28, 2021

Otis - Shop Dog

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I’m Otis. I’m a good boy and am the cutest puppy on the planet, according to my human. I love all people, especially the ones that throw my ball or play tug. I also love all dogs, but cats freak me out; I’ve had a few try to scratch me when all I wanted to do was sniff them. My favorite activities are hiking, swimming, playing fetch, carrying the ball in my mouth, playing tug, sniffing things, and snuggling.

Women's Night

Bicycle maintenance has traditionally been a male-dominated environment. Let's change that!

Women’s Night offers a safe and supportive environment for females and those who identify to volunteer in the shop or fix their own bikes. Participants learn new skills, get practical help with their own bikes, and contribute to our bicycle giveaway programs. Join us whether you have experience with bicycles or not.

For those working on their own bikes, there is a $10/hour suggested donation (more if you can, less if you can't).

Women's Nights also has a new virtual community at: facebook.com/groups/obcwomen. Join us to talk bikes, biking and bike mechanics.

The Women's Night events and group are for: Anyone who identifies as female, transgender, femme, genderqueer, trans-masculine, trans-feminine, or feels that their socialization or treatment as a woman, transperson*, femme has impeded their participation in bicycle mechanics.

OBC Women’s Night is on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month 5 - 7PM.

Sign up is required at: https://ogdenbicyclecollective.volunteerlocal.com/volunteer/

 

June 05, 2021

Online Retail Sales

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Organization Overview:

The mission of the Bicycle Collective is to promote cycling as an effective and sustainable form of transportation and as a cornerstone of a cleaner, healthier, and safer society. The Collective provides refurbished bicycles and educational programs to the community, focusing on children and lower income households.

Position Overview:

The Online Retail Salesperson is responsible for the listing, sale, and shipment of bicycle components and accessories online. Revenue generated from these sales support the charitable programs at the Bicycle Collective. This position is designed to be flexible to fit any schedule with some partial work-from-home available.

Qualifications

  • Must be proficient with eBay and other online sales platforms
  • Must be capable of taking clear photos for listings
  • Basic Computer proficiency (Word processing, spreadsheets, etc.)
  • Basic Bicycle Mechanic skills
  • Expert familiarity with a variety of bicycle components 1960s - Present
  • Clear communication skills

Responsibilities

  • List items on our online sales platforms
  • Communicate with customers promptly and politely
  • Pack and ship sold items
  • Work closely with the director to meet monthly sales goals
  • Manage and organize online sales area

Location: Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective - 2312 S West Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Reports to:  SLC Bicycle Collective Director

Full or Part Time available: 20 - 40 hrs/wk. This position can be flexible to accommodate school schedules, etc. Full Time staff are eligible for health insurance benefits after 60 days.

Compensation:  $15-25/hr DOE

To apply: Submit a cover letter and resume to with the subject heading “Online Sales Position”. The position is open until filled.

The Bicycle Collective is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. Women, people of color, and people belonging to other underrepresented groups in the bicycling industry are encouraged to apply.

Pie & Beer Day Returns to the OBC on July 23rd 

Volunteer to Donate Baked Goods for Pie and Beer Day!

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12:00 - 8:00 PM Celebrate with OBC at the Shop

  • OBC will be selling slices of pie, Koozies, beverages, and "Opportunity Drawing Tickets"
  • Prizes will be awarded at the first "Opportunity Drawing" at 7:30 PM 
  • Cygo-Cycle Races throughout the day 
  • At 8:00 PM, we will ride as a group to Rainbow Gardens  

8:30 PM Full Moon Boogie 

  • At 8:30 PM Riders will meet up in the Rainbow Gardens Parking Lot
  • Riders are encouraged to decorate their bikes with lights, glow sticks, etc. 
  • Headlight and Taillight required. Not only is it safe, it's also the law. 
  • The ride will leave Rainbow Gardens and Follow the Ogden River Parkway to Fort Buenaventura State Park. 
  • We have reserved a Group Campsite where we will have a fire (if permitted) 
  • Camping is available! Bring your tent and party like a real pioneer by sleeping in the great outdoors! 
  • Any left-over pie will be available at the Full Moon Boogie! 

 

 

 

June 28, 2021

Volunteer

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Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Bicycle Collective, grounding our culture as a bike shop by the community, for the community:
  • In our shops they enable us to provide equitable access to transportation. 
  • Learning bicycle repair, they enrich our community while gaining valuable skills for themselves. 
  • Running bicycle valet and other outreach events, they connect local networks and push the boundaries of our services. 
  • Taking on projects with Bicycle Collective, they use their passions to improve and develop the shop and organization.
Whether or not you have prior bike experience, there is a place for you. All we need from you is a passion for our mission and a regular time commitment. 

 

What To Expect

  • Friendly collaboration with other volunteers and staff in a safe and respectful environment
  • To learn new skills 
  • To learn about ALL sorts of bicycles given our unique service and environment as a bike collective
  • To get a little dirty
  • Have a whole lot of fun!

 

So you want to volunteer?

Click the dropdown menu below to learn more about current opportunities at your local Bicycle Collective.