The Bicycle Collective, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, is seeking a Location Director (LD) to provide leadership, vision and sound management to build on the Collective’s sixteen years of community bicycling initiatives that promote cycling as an effective and sustainable form of transportation and as a cornerstone of a cleaner, healthier and safer society.  The Location Director leads and motivates staff, volunteers and members, acts as a leader in sustaining current organizational development, and further develops the organization as it contributes to its local citizens and communities.

About the Bicycle Collective:

The Collective was founded in April 2002, by five enthusiastic bicycle advocates.  They set out to share the virtues of bicycling with the community and build a bicycling environment with a creative advocacy organization.  Along with providing a gathering place, tools, education and shop services, the Collective is about having fun while helping others and contributing to the community.  The Collective provides refurbished bicycles and educational programs to the community, focusing on children and lower income households. The Collective is currently operating in the following locations: Ogden, Salt Lake City, Provo, and St. George.

Key Accountabilities of the Location Director:

  • Maintain a high level of personal accountability, honesty, and innovation to complete responsibilities independent of the Executive Director’s oversight.
  • Manage location to ensure proper documentation, accurate accounting, effective human relations, and timely communication with Executive Director, board and employees to effectuate the success of the organization. 
  • Provide vision, leadership, and sound management for the continued success of the Bicycle Collective.


Required Competencies of the Location Director: Behaviors that are demonstrated consistently on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis that produce superior performance.

  • Leadership and Vision
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Self-Starting
  • Time and Priority Management
  • Personal Accountability
  • Sound Financial Management

Location Director Responsibilities:

The LD reports directly to the Executive Director and will also work closely with the board and its committees to oversee the organization’s sound financial health and programmatic success.  The LD is responsible for elaborating and implementing successful strategies for quality program development for their specific location. The LD manages local staff and volunteers, oversees the day to day operations of their location, manages the location’s relationship with community partners, and assists in efforts to expand the Collective’s reach.

As the title suggests, the LD needs to be informed of everything that goes on at their location.  This includes staff, membership, internal budget, asset management, individual shop management, and knowledge of all other resources available to help raise the organization’s capacity and profile.  The LD has the responsibility to hire and fire local staff in coordination with the Executive Director. The LD must remain informed of current bicycle and pedestrian advocacy. Above all, the LD must lead their location with integrity, foresight, and positivity. 

Educational/Experiential Qualifications for Location Director:

  • BA/BS degree AND/OR  relevant non-profit experience
  • Retail or small business/non-profit management experience 
    • Proficiency in the following areas: administration of a point of sale system/Google drive/interpretation of and use of financial metrics to drive performance/visual merchandising
  • Passion for people, bikes, and the successful operation of not-for-profits
  • Bicycle Maintenance/repair experience and industry familiarity preferred
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time and lift at least 50 lbs
  • Must pass a criminal background check and be willing to provide credit history
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and maintain a good driving record (no DUIs in last 5 years and no more than 2 moving violations in the last 3 years)


Salary starting is DOE.  This is a full-time, exempt position with flexiblity of start times based on programming. Medical health insurance benefits will be discussed during the interivew process. For more information about the Bicycle Collective please visit: www.bicyclecollective.org


How to apply:

Please submit cover letter stating interest and experience in the listed position, your future contribution, resume, and list of three references to Bicycle Collective Hiring Committee at 

The Bicycle Collective is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration foremployment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

November 01, 2019

Ogden Showroom

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

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

We're updating our hours for the fall! Come wrench or shop with us until 4 PM Saturdays!


STGBC Fall Hours 2019

October 02, 2019

Dan Richard - Mechanic

Written by

My name is Dan

As you can see I was a very fat man. With forks in both hands. Gluttony and greed, that was my creed. Till one day a found a new fork in hand. One with a wheel attached, that has latched me with a higher purpose. To live healthier, to respect and engage with life and nature. To nurture a spirit of giving, not just receiving. There’s more to this life than just me. I see that now, I feel it here at The Bike Collective. When I see every man, woman and child leave with a smile. This is what biking has done and taught me. Mile after mile. 

Dan lost over 100lbs riding his bike, this is a before and after photo

Terrorcat Alleycat Bike Race
Saturday, October 26th 4:00 PM
$5.00 Admission
Bring lights, a bag, and 2 cans of food. 
Helmets and costumes encouraged! 
Race starts at the Ogden Bicycle Collective


The Salt Lake City location offers FREE community cycling classes each week taught by our skilled mechanics and volunteers. Come learn more about bicycle maintenance and repair in a non-intimidating and supportive space. No sign-up or registration necessary!

No need to bring your bike to the class. We will use our bikes and parts in-house as examples. 

Fantastic news! Please welcome our new Volunteer and Program Coordinator, Anne Maffitt, captured here in action taking pics of a volunteer group. Anne has some really cool stories to share, including tales from a 1.5 year long road trip and stories about learning to drive before learning how to ride a bike. Come meet her at the shop and follow us for information on new volunteer programs and our youth programs, which she'll get back up and running soon!

Michael is a cyclist, snowboarder, traveler, and independent Artist. Producing at the fulcrum of minimalism and function to create strong, lasting and remarkable memories. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

Anne Maffitt was born and raised in rural Nebraska with only occasional access to quality paved roads. This, combined with the fact that rural youth could learn to drive at an earlier age, meant that Anne learned how to drive at age 13 before learning how to ride a bike at age 14. Once she learned, she never looked back. 


During her time at Hastings College, Anne focused her studies on Environmental Ethics and Youth Education, creating the college’s first environmental organization. In 2011, Anne founded a property management and investment company with the goal of providing affordable housing to individuals hit hard by the Great Recession. Most of her career was spent in the Chicago metro working for various non-profits as a Director of Youth, Mission and Outreach. With a passion for travel, Anne spent a year and a half on a cross-country trip before moving to Southern Utah. Once she found St. George, she knew she was home.

I got into bikes on my LDS mission (which is actually where I learned how to ride a bike), after I got hit by a car which had totaled my bike. Another missionary gave me a bike which I had the opportunity to repair. Fixing up that bike (a schwinn varsity) is where my love bicycles started. Upon my return home from my mission, I started volunteering at the Collective (June 2018). I am currently studying computer engineering at BYU.