Brandon Barnes joins the Ogden Bicycle Crew as our newest mechanic. Brandon brings with him years of experience. He also owns a bicycle sail. Stop by and meet Brandon

April 02, 2021

New Hours

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Beginning the week of April 12, we'll be opening for more hours.

To test ride/buy bikes, please set an appointment HERE.

To get bikes serviced, please call 801-210-9032.

Sales for parts (helmets, locks, lights, etc) are first come, first served, one party in the building at a time.

 

Hours:

Wednesday-Friday 12-6pm (all services)

Saturday 10am-2pm (sales only)

Closed Sunday-Tuesday

Kira Johnson originally moved to Provo as a student at BYU. During her student years, she didn’t have a car and out of necessity was commuting by bike. She found a lot of mental relief from her bike rides and came to associate her commutes as a form of therapy. As she consistently commuted, she became aware of the lack of bicycle infrastructure and sought for ways to add her voice to those advocating for safe streets. As a result, she got involved with BikeWalk Provo and Provo Bicycle Collective. After volunteering with PBC for a few months, she was offered a position to coordinate programs. She ran the Women/Trans/Femme (WTF) Night and Youth Programs from December 2017 to May 2019. 

After graduating from BYU with a degree in Geography, she moved across the country to Waynesboro, Virginia, a charming little city at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Shenandoah Valley. There she worked as a city planner for about 2 years. 

Kira is excited to be back at Provo Bicycle Collective, a place that feels like home. She loves the Provo community and is stoked to reconnect with all the great folks in the area. Apart from loving commuting by bike, Kira enjoys cross-country skiing, roller skating, backpacking, bike touring, wearing sweaters, eating ethnic foods, gardening, and doing all things with her pup, Otis.

March 03, 2021

Irv Maddox

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I started pedaling passionately after life changing hip surgeries. Mountain biking restored my ability to get back in the mountains and I discovered a new found love and respect for the bicycle machine. I started volunteering at the Ogden BC in 2017 because I wanted to share my love for biking, to be a service to others, and be my own mechanic. Professionally, I’m a successful restauranteur and executive chef. When I’m not in my kitchens, I enjoy helping others, flying, climbing, mountaineering, traveling, bluegrass festivals and, of course, riding my bikes.

Due to the pandemic, things are a little bit different this year...

Our annual winter
fundraiser is going virtual!

A live event on Facebook Friday, March 19th!

Help the Ogden Bicycle Collective reach our goal of raising $2,000 to support our free kids' bike giveaways! How can I get involved?

1. Purchase an opportunity-drawing ticket for a chance to win a cool prize.

2. Donate $25 to sponsor a kid's bike. We will recognize all of our sponsors at the front of our shop

3. Tell your friends and tune into our  Facebook Live Event  on March 19th at 6:00 PM!

We have great prizes donated to us by Big Agnes, Osprey, Kuhl Clothing, the Queen Bee, Thai Curry Kitchen, Maddox, and more! We're going to be giving away these items to a few lucky winners at an "opportunity-drawing" on March 19th.


Check out these AMAZING prizes!

We've got a bunch of great prizes that are sure to help you get through that "Lousy Smarch Weather" in comfort and style. Opportunity Drawing tickets are available for individual items, so if you really want to win an item, you can stack the deck in your favor! 

Buy Tickets Here!
https://ogdenbicyclecollective.square.site/

Thomas Cooke is a cyclist, skier, coach, writer, teacher, entrepreneur, local county planning commissioner, husband, and father. He settled in Park City, Utah in 1993, and has been turning pedals on all sorts of bikes ever since. 

Thomas has had a long career in brand development, marketing, and brand building through leveraging creative technology. 

Starting in 2005, Thomas led the creative team for SLC-based agency Struck who along with the Utah Office of Tourism and State Tourism Board launched Utah’s Life Elevated brand and subsequent advertising campaigns to promote the state as a tourism destination. 

In 2008, Thomas joined SLC-based digital agency Welikesmall (now called Thinkingbox) and helped launch a ground-breaking website for the 2010 U.S. Census. 

In 2011, Thomas co-founded Rally Interactive, a product design and development studio that would go on to win an Apple Design Award for an iOS app they designed and developed for National Geographic.

Thomas is excited to join the Bicycle Collective and combine his experience in creative technology with has passion for bicycles and the people who ride them.

Check out our inventory of refurbished bicycles! 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.

Book A Test Ride!

Here's what's been built up recently at the Ogden Shop:

Our inventory changes regularly. Check back frequently and visit our shop often! 

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

Buy now


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

Buy now


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

Buy now


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

Buy now


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

Buy now


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

Buy now


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

Buy now


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

Buy now


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

Buy now


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

Buy now

Bicycle Collective - Bike Sales by Appointment!

 

Although we want to be open to serve our clients and customers, we understand the need to encourage social distancing and limit the possibility of community spread to our employees and volunteers. 

 

Until this all blows over, we are offering our help by appointment so you can buy a bike, parts, or get help with that tricky mechanical problem. We want to be available to safely serve the community, especially with how crucial bikes are to maintaining all of our health and sanity.

 

Do you need a bike? Know someone who does? Starting Tuesday, March 31st, we are available to sell bikes and parts by appointment. Here’s how easy it is:

 

  • Browse our selection of refurbished on our showroom page. Make sure to note the make and model of the bike you’re interested in and we’ll set up a time that’s convenient for both of us so you can test it out. If you don’t see what you need, give us a call and we’ll try to help you out.

 

  • Set up an appointment for a test ride Tues-Sat from 12-6PM by contacting us in any of the following ways.
    • By phone: 801-997-0336
    • By email:
    • Message us at @ogdenbicyclecollective on Instagram
    • Message our Facebook page



  • When you get to the shop, please knock on the door. We’ll set aside 20 minutes to help fit the bike to you and answer any questions. We ask that you be prompt so we can help folks in a timely manner. If there’s a line, please stand 6’ away from the person in front of you.

 

  • Our staff will wear gloves when we handle the bikes, and we’ll be practicing good hand washing hygiene--washing before and after we help each customer. We recommend you do the same, and we’ll sanitize the contact surfaces of each bike before and after your test ride.

 

  • When you decide to purchase a bike from us, we accept credit cards, Apple/Google Pay, or we can email an invoice. Contactless payments are much less susceptible to viral transmission! Once you’re all paid up, you’re good to go.

 

If you want to help us out but you don’t need to buy a bike, consider purchasing a gift card to use when we’re able to reopen. You’ll get an additional 10% off your purchase when you use that gift card as a thanks for supporting us through this tough time.  Additionally, please consider donating disinfectants such as Lysol Wipes.

 

We value our DIY shop hours immensely, but it is currently unwise to host them. Soon we will be announcing a Service & Repairs department so we can help keep your bike rolling smoothly. We recognize that doesn’t do much to help folks who relied on our Work Trade programs to keep rolling, so we’re making Service Vouchers available to help cover the costs of repairs for those who can’t afford it, click the link here to pay it forward.