Annual Reports

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While 2020 has been a challenging year for many organizations, particularly in the non-profit sector, the Bicycle Collective has seen it as a year of growth. Through creativity and hard work from our committed staff and volunteers, we have emerged not only intact, but have had a greater impact in the communities we serve. We are pleased to share these insights in our recently published 2019-2020 Bicycle Collective Annual Report.

pdfView our 2019-2020 Annual Report

Schedule an Appointment

The Ogden Bicycle Collective is open for shopping by appointment. 

Donations can be dropped off anytime that we are open and do not require an appointment- simply ring the doorbell and we will be with you! 

Video Resources

Hey Everyone,

We had a few technical difficulties, but our figurative neon “LIVE” sign is about light back up! 

 Streaming Tuesday July 7 at 11:00 a.m.

 

Youth Open Shop: Live is a program where youth can ask their bike related questions and get answers live on air. Every week we will present a short lesson as a topic of discussion, but you can ask any question you have about bikes and we will do our best to explain the answer.

This will be held as a Zoom webinar that will be linked in the announcement posts here on our website and on our instagram pages. We are also working on posting the recorded videos so if you aren’t able to view them live you can still participate and ask your questions through the comments or our questions form.

Our goal is to answer as many bicycle related questions as possible, and we need yours! Future topics are also needed, so even if you might not know the name of the part, or even what part is broken, do your best to describe it and we’ll get right on it! 

Thank you all so much for your interest and support of the Bicycle Collective, we hope you can join us. Have a great day, ride safe, and we’ll see you soon!

The Bicycle Collective

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*Temporarily Suspended due to COVID-19*

Shop Volunteering

Volunteering with the SLC Bicycle Collective is a great way to gain invaluable experience within the community. We have open volunteering hours on Mondays between 5:30 and 9:00 PM and on Fridays between 9:00 AM and 12:00 PM. You may stop in anytime during those hours - no sign-up necessary. We ask folks to serve at least an hour when they come to volunteer - you are welcome to stay longer or for the full block. 

No experience with bikes necessary to volunteer. Our staff will teach you all the things you need to know about bikes to assist us in the cause. However, a skilled mechanic is always appreciated in our shop!

Instructions for volunteering:

Please meet at the SLC shop located at 2312 S. West Temple. The front door is usually locked, so ring the doorbell when you arrive. We will then have you complete an application and give you a walking tour/orientation of the shop that will cover volunteer duties, responsibilities, and expectations. 

Wear clothes that you don't mind getting bike grease on. We provide shop aprons and gloves for all volunteers. 

Volunteers in the shop typically work on fixing kids and adult bikes for our charitable programs, sort through bike parts and do miscellaneous cleaning around the shop. We provide all the educational support and resources for volunteers to successfully complete projects in our shop!

Bike Prom Volunteer

Every year the SLC Bicycle Collective holds an annual fundraiser called "Bike Prom". We need volunteers to help us make it a successful and fun event! Call for 2018 Bike Prom volunteers has ended. We'll put out a call for 2019 Bike Prom Volunteers next year! 

Bike Valet Volunteer

Bike Valet is provided by the Bicycle Collective at many of the events in Salt Lake City throughout the spring, summer, and early fall that demand safe, theft-­free bicycle parking service! Help patrons by securely parking their pedal ­powered steeds at our handy-dandy pop­up rack/based parking systems. Available to anyone 18 and older. Perks of volunteering for Bike Valet is getting into the events for free (if there is a cover charge)! Links to sign-up to volunteer with Bike Valet for 2019 events will be available 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.

August 22, 2019

Adan Carrillo, Secretary

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Adan Carrillo became interested in biking while living in Seattle and Washington D.C., where biking and public transit were his main transportation modes. Since his return to Salt Lake City, he joined the Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee and the Salt Lake Bicycle Collective to advocate for and to improve the bicycling experience for everyone across the state.

He works for the Salt Lake City Community and Neighborhoods Department as a Civic Engagement Manager, where he encourages community members to get involved in the decision-making process of planning and building safe and sustainable streets, bike paths, and trails. Adan hosts "The No Spandex Required Podcast" on which he talks to the passionate individuals who pedal hard behind the scenes to improve our quality of life through active transportation.

 He holds a bachelor’s degree in technology management and two master’s degrees, in organizational management and sustainable transportation. 

Dustin began his career in the cycling industry as a junior road racer working and wrenching in shops to support his racing ambitions. At one point he had a 50 mile round-trip commute from Bountiful to Millcreek Bicycles. In 2010, Dustin earned his USA Cycling Category 1 rank and had a top-20 result at U-23 nationals in the time trial. The following year he began working at Quality Bicycle Products (QBP) as a customer service representative. 

Dustin became aware of the Bicycle Collective in 2012 after a snowboarding accident put an end to his road racing ambitions. In 2013, Dustin was hired as the Ogden Bicycle Collective’s open shop manager and eventually helped move the building from Wall Ave. to the Fowler Ave. location. 

At QBP Dustin took on an additional role as the site ACE Coordinator. This gave him experience organizing volunteer projects and working on advocacy efforts.

Dustin spent 3 years immersed in the world of disc-brakes at TRP/Tektro USA working as a warranty tech / customer service rep / graphic designer / human swiss army knife before joining the Bicycle Collective as the Ogden Location Director in July 2019.

He loves helping people learn to fix their bikes and enjoy the sport that has brought such happiness to his life. Dustin loves mountain biking and spending time with Chelsea, his spouse  and Edith, his daughter.