Judith Rognli

Bike Mechanic

Originally from Southern California, Joel learned the ropes of bike mechanics in Moab bike shops.

He raced both downhill and road bikes, and loves to lend his expertise in bike mechanics and his ability to diagnose almost any issue in that realm to anyone who'd like to learn. Joel also built trails for the National Parks Service and Conservation Core, and worked in Search and Rescue and as a Wildland Firefighter. He's got some stories to tell.

Ask him about his experiences being involved in the Columbia Shuttle recovery efforts and what he knows about the real story behind the movie "127 hours". 

Joel Flores

We gave 'Trunk or Treat' a twist this fall encouraging kids and parents to ride their bikes.

Happy Halloween! 

Halloween Bike or Treat

Join ANY TIME!

(Almost) Every Monday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM 

Closed Monday, 12/24 and 12/31

 

Youth Open Shop is a program for youth ages 8-17 years old. This is a productive learning environment where youth are surrounded only with their peers and our Youth Education Specialists.

Participating youth have the option to work on their own bikes, help repair bikes for the Collective giving programs, or earn a bike of their own through volunteered hours.

The Shop is open to up to 18 participants on a first come, first serve basis. Please be there on time. 

Please bring a guardian the first time you come in to sign a waiver. 

Please sign up HERE.

YOS

Invitation Social 1 Year Anniversary

Hard to believe that it's been a year -- The St George Bicycle Collective located at 70 W St George Blvd is turning ONE!

Come celebrate with us!

 

Bike Sale and Open House

Saturday, October 27, 10am-2pm

 

Friends of the Bicycle Collective Bike Ride and BBQ

Saturday, October 27

4:30 PM, Parking Lot on 70 W St. George Blvd

Please RSVP via e-mail:  

 

We have a bike for everyone - bike park bikes, mountain bikes, kids bikes, commuters, and cruisers.
All sales help us provide an awesome means of transportation for people in need- adults, kids, and families. Come use our tool benches and we’ll help you fix your own bike.
This year alone, we have helped over 200 children have safe, reliable bikes for riding to school and having fun.

We would like to thank our volunteers, customers, and supporters for helping us have a wonderful year of growth at our location.

Help us celebrate and continue to serve the community, promote physical fitness and biking as a sustainable form of transportation, and share the love of bicycles in southern Utah!

Bike Mechanic

Zach is an avid mountain biker and loves to spend his time shredding on any trail that is available to him.
Due to the destructive nature of mountain biking Zach has found interest in repairing his own mechanical issues and helping others fix theirs. 

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Youth Program CoordinatorAmy Bio Pic

Amy is a St George Local with a deep love and respect for her community.
In 2013 Amy’s boys joined the High School Mountain bike team, it was then that she started volunteering as a ride leader. After completing the requirements she began coaching for the team, training with the kids, teaching mountain bike skills, bike maintenance, safety, and the importance of proper nutrition.
Getting more kids on bikes is something she is very passionate about. When Amy is not working with kids on bikes she enjoys helping families and individuals find their dream home or investment property through her career as a Real Estate Agent.
Amy is also an accomplished photographer, her favorite subjects are the unique and beautiful local landscapes and of course bicycling and sporting events.

 

We are looking for an individual to help us take the St. George Bicycle Collective to the next level!

The Event and Charitable Program Coordinator supports the Location Director by managing our large and small events. This includes planning, marketing, day-to-day communications, managing our volunteers and volunteer committees, and on the ground event coordination.

The Coordinator also further develops and increases the reach of our charitable programs by reaching out to potential partner organizations, attending networking events, and tailoring program strategies that best suite the needs of our community.  

This position is an opportunity to advance with an exciting, new non-profit that supports bicycling and the transportation needs of the less fortunate in our community. The right candidate will have the opportunity to shape and foster a strongly committed community organization.

Please find more detailed information in the attachment below and email your application including cover letter and resume to

 

Awesome development opportunity! --- Help us stay in downtown St. George

In the summer of 2017, the City of St. George kindly donated the lease to our current location. This enabled us to become a full-fledged community bike shop, and hire our first staff. Since then, we've grown beyond our expectations and even dreams.

We knew that this would be a temporary opportunity.

Recently, the City of St. George has published the RFP for our location, deadline is September 7: https://www.sgcity.org/economicdevelopment/innrfp 

The RFP presents itself as a perfect fit for the St. George Bicycle Collective ("increase quality of life", "promote the City as outdoor rec destination", "multi-use", etc.)

Interested parties (land developers, real estate professionals, etc…): Collaborate with a creative, professional group of locals with a huge network, committed to making downtown St. George a great place to be, the heart of this community, and a magnet for tourists and locals alike.

Every Wednesday in June and July starting June 6

Class 6 PM - 7 PM, volunteer time 7 PM - 9:00 PM

This class is FREE for members or if you stick around to volunteer for an hour. 

New volunteers welcome! 

Please show up 15 mins prior to the class for a brief orientation and some paperwork. 

If you are short on time but would like to participate and support us, inquire about our membership options!

June 6: Wheel Basics (depending on participants skills, we’ll work on fixing flats or move right to hubs)
June 13: Wheels Intermediate - Hubs and Truing
June 20: Cables and Housing (7 PM Mechanics and Music Jam Session at the Shop)
June 27: Brakes
Juli 4: No Class
Juli 11: Derailleurs & Shifting Smoothly
Juli 18: Chainring, Cassette, Chain Health and Replacement
July 25: The Bottom Bracket
August 1: The Headset

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