Ginger Rogers

Bike Valet Coordinator

Bio coming soon.

Bike Rack Installation

Provo Bicycle Collective offers bike rack installation for above-ground-mounted bike racks. Prices vary depending on travel time and number of racks, but most installations in Provo range from $50-100. Contact  for a quote today!


Provo Bicycle Collective is a dealer of Bike Fixation products and can get you most of the products found on the company's website.

Joseph Bartholomew


Joseph the second of eleven children and excited to be the second JB (Jordan Bartholomew was the first with those initials) at the Collective! He joined the PBC team between his junior and senior years of high school. Aside from working on bikes, he enjoys fly fishing, eating, and occasionally sleeping. He is stoked to join the awesome team at the Collective and get some bikes out on the streets!

Robert Blandon


Bio coming soon.



Bobby Brigman

Mechanic & Open Shop Manager

Bobby's favorite food: milk steak. Favorite hobby: magnets. Dislikes: people's knees. 

Cole Taylor

Open Shop Manager

Born and raised in Utah, Cole has always loved the outdoors. He was introduced to mountain biking in 2016, and since then he has raced with a local team and worked at a bike shop. After discovering the Bicycle Collective in 2017, he started volunteering in Youth Open Shop and has since become an employee. When he’s not at the Collective, Cole likes mountain biking, camping, running, reading, and playing the cello.

Rachel Butterfield

AmeriCorps Member

Rachel bought her first road bike in 2011 when she was preparing to do her first sprint triathlon. She quickly fell in love with cycling and has been active in the cycling/triathlon community ever since. She also enjoys reading, hiking, running, camping, and mountain biking. Rachel first volunteered at the collective in the fall of 2017 through a service learning project for school. Rachel is currently a student and is working towards obtaining her bachelor’s degree in business management. She is an Americorps member and is thrilled to be partnered with the collective for her year of service.

June 08, 2018

We are hiring mechanics!

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The St. George Bicycle Collective is hiring Mechanics.  If you love bikes and what we do, this could be the job for you!

This position is an opportunity for the right candidate to develop it into year-round, full-time, multi-faceted employment with increasing pay and responsibility.


The Highlights:

  • $11-13 hourly pay
  • Opportunity to grow the job and the organization
  • Get paid to do enjoyable work that makes a positive difference in our community

Click the link below to find out more about the job and learn how to apply.


It was incredible to see how our garage was transformed within just one day.

350+ bikes sorted through
150 Bikes scrapped and recycled
300 Wheels, tires, tubes seperated
150 Bikes stacked back in the garage 

80+ Hours of labor combined

Thanks so much to all the helpers and everyone bringing us tools, canopies, cold drings, welding equipment, a trailer, and so much more!!!

A special thanks goes to the Larkins and L&L mechanical. They donated a trailer for us to use. And then came to fix it after it gave way under our load of bikes!!

Youth Bike Mechanics Summer Camp

Earn a bike or bring your own!

Session 1: Monday, June 18 - Friday, June 22, 9 AM - 12:15 PM Sign up for session 1 here!

Session 2: Monday, July 9 - Monday, July 13, 9 AM - 12:15 PM Sign up for session 2 here!

Our Youth Bike Mechanics Summer Camp is a hands-on course designed to foster problem solving skills through bicycle mechanics for youth ages 13-18. During the 5-day program, kids are taught basic bicycle mechanics and safety skills that will not only enable them to to work on their own bikes, but also to help their friends and families with keeping their bikes running!

Participants will have the option to work on their own bikes or to refurbish a bicycle from the St. George Bicycle Collective. Participants will be able to keep the bike after the summer camp or they will have the option to donate the bike they work on to a teen who might need it more at the end of the course.

Class 1: Intro - Find a bike, know your bike, and fix a flat

Class 2: Handlebars, Pedals, Seatpost, Saddle and Chain

Class 3: Brakes and Shifting Systems

Class 4: Hubs and Wheel Truing

Class 5: Riding Safely - Overview and Ride

Participants who complete the class will receive a free helmet, a repair kit, a small repair kit, a lock, and a certificate of completion. Small refreshments are included in the price. Please bring a snack.

Class size is limited to 6 students.

Classes are taught 9 AM - 12:15 PM every day.

The cost is $60 per student. Discounts are available for teens that qualify for free or reduced school lunches on request.

PAY FEES and SUBMIT LIABILITY WAIVER at the St. George Bicycle Collective WITHIN 7 DAYS OF REGISTRATION in order to complete the registration.

You will receive a registration confirmation upon completion. 

Please direct all questions regarding this program to 'judith at'