Join us on this exciting journey of building a new community bike shop!

The Bicycle Collective is actively fundraising to build a new flagship location that will serve as both the Salt Lake City Shop and the headquarters for our statewide operations.

Nurturing community

Our new headquarters will be significantly larger than our current location and specifically designed to house multiple operations simultaneously—sales, service, and programming—in a space that can adhere to social distancing requirements and help us grow to better serve the community.

Rendering of Bicycle Collective's new interior space Rendering of work area inside Bicycle Collective's new flagship location Conference room and meeting space for administration and education

Why the Central Ninth district?

expanding our reach

With a permanent home, Bicycle Collective will have both the space and resources to grow our award-winning and inspiring programming.

THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS

In addition to hundreds of individuals who have supported our efforts to bring the new flagship location from a dream all the way to building permits, we'd like to thank the following individuals and foundations who have made significant contributions.

Visionaries ($500,000+)

The Ray and Tye Noorda Foundation

Founders ($100,000 – $499,999)

Sorenson Legacy Foundation

Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation

Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City (RDA)

George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation

Amanda & Spencer Millerberg

The ALSAM Foundation

Supporters ($10,000 – $99,999)

Katherine W. Dumke and Ezekiel R. Dumke, Jr. Foundation

Willard L. Eccles Foundation

Thomas & Candace Dee Family Foundation

Estate of Jamie Cowan

Brent Bowen and Bowen Studios