Dustin Eskelson
Check out our inventory of refurbished bicycles! We carry a large selection of used bicycles that are overhauled by our mechanics and given a multi-point inspection so they’re ready to ride out the door.
Check out our eBay listings! All proceeds benefit our charitable and educational programs.

Now available! We have partnered with Retrospec Bicycles to offer our customers quality, affordable, stylish, new bicycles. Bikes are in Stock, just in time for X-Mas!.

Adult Bikes



Beaumont Step-Thru City Bike

Beaumont Step-Thru City Bike

$259.99

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Beaumont City Bike

Beaumont City Bike

$259.99

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Kinney City Bike

Kinney City Bike 7 - Matte Dusk

$299.99

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Kinney Mixte City Bike

Kinney Mixte City Bike 7 - Crystal Blue

$299.00

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Venus Step-Thru City Bike

Venus Step-Thru

$349.99

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Harper Singlespeed / Fixed-Gear

Harper SS/Fixed-Gear

$219.99

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Youth Bikes



Chatam 20" Boys Cruiser Bikes

Chatham 1 20" Boys

$169.99

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Chatham 20" Girls Cruiser Bike

Chatham 1 20" Girls

$169.99

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Koda 20" Kids Bikes

Koda 20" Kids Bikes

$149.99

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Cub Balance Bikes

Cub Balance Bikes

$69.99

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The Ogden Bicycle Collective has an opening for a Bicycle Mechanic.

Our Mechanic is an integral part of the team that builds on the Collective’s eighteen years of community bicycling initiatives, promoting cycling as an effective and sustainable form of transportation and as a cornerstone of a cleaner, healthier and safer society.  The Mechanic leads the effort to rehabilitate used bicycles, furthering the Collective’s contributions to its local citizens and communities.

For more information contact Location Director Dustin Eskelson (801) 997-0336, and email your resume to

 

Volunteer Opportunity: Santa’s Little Helper

Help us to give the gift of a bicycle for Christmas!

Santa’s Little Helpers will repair bicycles at home in preparation for our Christmas Giveaway. Learn and use your bicycle mechanics skills and knowledge to turn abandoned bicycles into safe, functional rides. All you’ll need is a can-do attitude and a few basic tools, and we’ll provide the resources for your success.

I WANT TO GET INVOLVED!

Primary responsibilities:

  • Repair two (or more!) kids bicycles at home.
  • Follow the repair checklist.
  • Use the resources provided in order to correctly complete all checklist items.
  • Communicate your intended pick up and drop off times, and notify staff of any changes.
  • Notify staff at pickup if you need grease and lube to be provided, and bring a container to take it home in).
  • Seek assistance from OBC employees if it is not covered in the resources provided.
  • Record time spent picking up, dropping off, and working on the bikes. 

Length of Appointment: First pickup 11th November - Last drop off 11th December. 

Time commitment: If you already have basic bike mechanic knowledge, allow for an hour per bike. 

 

Requirements: 

  • Desire to learn bike mechanics
  • Access to basic tools
  • Friendly, honest, and trustworthy
  • Strong support for the mission of the Bicycle Collective

Benefits: 

  • Learn and use skills in bike mechanics. 
  • Give the gift of a bicycle for Christmas.
  • If you complete two kids bicycles, you will receive an OBC apron and a custom Santa’s Little Helper pin badge. 

Tools Needed:

  • Adjustable crescent wrench
  • Philips and flathead screwdrivers
  • Tire lever
  • Rags

You will also need:

  • Patch kit (provided)
  • Grease (bring a container when you pick up the bicycles if you need this)
  • Chain lube (bring a container when you pick up the bicycles if you need this)
  • Degreaser/dish soap

Santa's Little Repair Resources:

Stuck on a repair or not sure what to do? We've created a video playlist on youtube that will cover each task on your kids bike repair checklist.

Want to learn about the process or ask our mechanic questions? Tune in to our weekly Facebook: Live Mechanics 101 Classes held every Thursday at 5 PM on our Facebook Page. 

 

I WANT TO GET INVOLVED!

Bicycle maintenance has traditionally been a male-dominated environment. Let's change that!

Women’s Night offers a safe and supportive environment for females and those who identify to volunteer in the shop or fix their own bikes. Participants learn new skills, get practical help with their own bikes, and contribute to our bicycle giveaway programs. Join us whether you have experience with bicycles or not.

For those working on their own bikes, there is a $10/hour suggested donation (more if you can, less if you can't).

Women's Nights also has a new virtual community at: facebook.com/groups/obcwomen. Join us to talk bikes, biking and bike mechanics.

The Women's Night events and group are for: Anyone who identifies as female, transgender, femme, genderqueer, trans-masculine, trans-feminine, or feels that their socialization or treatment as a woman, transperson*, femme has impeded their participation in bicycle mechanics.

OBC Women’s Night is on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month 5 - 7PM.

Sign up is required at: https://ogdenbicyclecollective.volunteerlocal.com/volunteer/

 

Thanks to everyone who joined us for Virtual Pie and Beer!

The winners are:

Susan S - Schwinn Breeze and Maddox Ranch House Gift Card

Frank B - UTOG Brewery gift box

Daniel T - Cupcake Shoppe and Bakery voucher

Rick & Tammy - Hand pies from Brookey Bakes

 

Thank you to all our partners! 

 

 

Partners

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Follow @brookey.bakes on Instagram or Facebook, and email via

Visit the Cupcake Shoppe and Bakery at 2352 Kiesel Ave, Monday - Saturday.

Visit UTOG Brewing Company at 2331 Grant Ave, Wednesday - Sunday. 

Visit Maddox Ranch House at 1900 S Hwy 89, Perry, UT 84302, Tuesday - Saturday.

 

 

 

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Bicycle Collective - Bike Sales by Appointment!

 

Although we want to be open to serve our clients and customers, we understand the need to encourage social distancing and limit the possibility of community spread to our employees and volunteers. 

 

Until this all blows over, we are offering our help by appointment so you can buy a bike, parts, or get help with that tricky mechanical problem. We want to be available to safely serve the community, especially with how crucial bikes are to maintaining all of our health and sanity.

 

Do you need a bike? Know someone who does? Starting Tuesday, March 31st, we are available to sell bikes and parts by appointment. Here’s how easy it is:

 

  • Browse our selection of refurbished on our showroom page. Make sure to note the make and model of the bike you’re interested in and we’ll set up a time that’s convenient for both of us so you can test it out. If you don’t see what you need, give us a call and we’ll try to help you out.

 

  • Set up an appointment for a test ride Tues-Sat from 12-6PM by contacting us in any of the following ways.
    • By phone: 801-997-0336
    • By email:
    • Message us at @ogdenbicyclecollective on Instagram
    • Message our Facebook page



  • When you get to the shop, please knock on the door. We’ll set aside 20 minutes to help fit the bike to you and answer any questions. We ask that you be prompt so we can help folks in a timely manner. If there’s a line, please stand 6’ away from the person in front of you.

 

  • Our staff will wear gloves when we handle the bikes, and we’ll be practicing good hand washing hygiene--washing before and after we help each customer. We recommend you do the same, and we’ll sanitize the contact surfaces of each bike before and after your test ride.

 

  • When you decide to purchase a bike from us, we accept credit cards, Apple/Google Pay, or we can email an invoice. Contactless payments are much less susceptible to viral transmission! Once you’re all paid up, you’re good to go.

 

If you want to help us out but you don’t need to buy a bike, consider purchasing a gift card to use when we’re able to reopen. You’ll get an additional 10% off your purchase when you use that gift card as a thanks for supporting us through this tough time.  Additionally, please consider donating disinfectants such as Lysol Wipes.

 

We value our DIY shop hours immensely, but it is currently unwise to host them. Soon we will be announcing a Service & Repairs department so we can help keep your bike rolling smoothly. We recognize that doesn’t do much to help folks who relied on our Work Trade programs to keep rolling, so we’re making Service Vouchers available to help cover the costs of repairs for those who can’t afford it, click the link here to pay it forward.

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