Community Bike Shop

Donate Your Old Bike

Similar to a thrift store, our Community Bike Shop is run off donations.  Any bike and bike-related item you donate to us will help us reach our vision of getting Provo on bicycles.  Whether your bike is given away as a Goodwill Bike, sold to fund our operations, or recycled for scrap metal, it will be happier than it is now sitting in the garage not being ridden.  

As a 501c3 charitable organization, all donations are tax-deductable.

Bikes for Goodwill

Our Bikes for Goodwill program provides free bicycles to those who can’t afford to purchase one. Financial need is determined by nonprofit and government partners who vet clients for financial need. 

If you are receiving help from any organization listed below, ask your caseworker about this program. Current caseworkers, find out if your client qualifies for a free bike here.

Partner Organizations

The Refuge

LDS Transitional Services

Food and Care Coalition

Wasatch Behavioral Health

Fresh Start Ventures

Mountainland Association of Governments

Utah Foster Care

BYU English Language Center

If you would like to apply to be involved in our Bikes for Goodwill program please email  for details. 

 

Buy a Bike

We carry diverse, ever-changing selection of fully-refurbished used bikes. Our favorite bikes are "commutified"--reliable bikes from the 80s and 90s that we convert to comfy everyday bikes--but our shelves are often stocked with everything from feather-light road bikes to full-suspension mountain bikes. Because everything we carry is donated to us, we never really know what’s going to be on the shelf from week to week.

Come to our shop or call us today to find out what's in store!

Expect to spend $250-350 for a nice commuter bike, lights, and a lock. Road and mountain bikes usually sell for $250-500. Refurbished kids bikes sell for $30-100.

DIY/Open Shop

Want to work on your bike yourself? We have a DIY (Do It Yourself) stand available for $10/hr. Schedule a time here! Keep in mind that although we have mechanics ready to answer questions, they won't be doing any of the fixes. They can point you in the direction of an instructional YouTube video or page in the Bicycle Repair manual!