We believe you are integral in fulfilling our mission of “promoting bicycle use for a healthier and more sustainable community,” and invite you to learn and have fun with us as we build a strong bicycle culture.
Thanks for all your hard work,
The ReCyclery Staff and Board of Directors
Bike Skills Park Planning Committee
Have basic bike mechanic skills?
We need your Help refurbishing kids bikes!
Thursdays from 12 - 5pm
Call 643-1755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ride Leaders and Walking School Bus "Drivers"
The ReCyclery hosts weekly drop-in bike repair parties for people who are interested in helping us keep bikes out of landfills and back on the road. During these sessions, we repair and refurbish donated bicycles that will later be distributed through our community bike shop.
*Note: please consider joining Kris on Wednesdays from 2 - 5p. Contact Volunteer Coordinator
Staff: Volunteer Mechanic
This night session is open to people of all skill, experience, and confidence levels. For volunteers under 14, we ask that they have an adult with them. We also offer orientations to new volunteers. For more information contact the Volunteer Coordinator
Don't have bike maintenance experience? This community oriented day is centered around learning more about bikes. Those with no experience are encouraged to come help out by parting out bikes or other intuitive tasks with the mechanics advice.
"The ReCyclery believes that volunteers are integral in fulfilling our mission of promoting bicycle use for a healthier and more sustainable community.
We value community involvement through encouraging volunteer participation in our bicycle programs and shop space.
Volunteers bring great diversity, knowledge and vibrancy to the ReCyclery.
We provide volunteers with:
- a fun and safe environment at the shop
- Opportunities for learning skills like bike mechanics, teaching, and leadership
- A collaborative relationship with our staff and volunteer board of directors
- Recognition for their service to the ReCyclery and our community
Only with the support of our volunteers can we build a strong bicycle culture in Jefferson County.