Community Bike Works is in Easton! As of the summer of 2021, we will offer Earn a Bike and cycling programs in Easton's West Ward. This bike shop will be our third, following our two Allentown shops, and we are thrilled to more fully engage youth across the Lehigh Valley.
We are grateful to partners including the City of Easton, the Greater Easton Development Partnership, and Air Products. We can't wait to be in Easton!
Watch this message from José & Rodner, both high school juniors and first-year Community Bike Works students, and read their letter to supporters:
"Riding in the trees, when I see the river and the mountain, I feel relaxed. That’s my comfort spot, to be in nature." Rodner,16
Community Bike Works has been awarded $1.4 million in building funds through Rep. Susan Wild to help us reach more students in youth bike mentoring!
Thanks to this support, we'll renovate our new Easton youth bike shop, and we'll purchase and renovate a new youth bike shop in Allentown’s Franklin Park neighborhood.
Give that old bike in your basement a new life--donate it to Community Bike Works. We accept any bike in any condition!
WE ARE ONCE AGAIN ACCEPTING BIKE DONATIONS! Bikes can be dropped off at either bike shop by appointment from noon-5 pm Monday through Friday.
Thank you for supporting Earn a Bike.
Each year, 500 youth participate in Earn a Bike and Junior Earn a Bike. 90% of students complete the program to earn their refurbished bike and a helmet.
Bike mentoring may help students feel more engaged at school. Of students at a United Way community school, 72% improved or maintained their school attendance in the year!
Our 2018-19/2019-20 Gratitude Report reflects our organizational growth, the supporters who helped us along the way, and where we're headed.
Check it out, along with our previous Gratitude Reports, at the button below.
Community Bike Works is dedicated to working with our students towards racial and economic justice and equality. Find out more about what we're doing to support these values.
During this time that we can't meet in person, let students Joshua and Anaya show you around our Madison Street bike shop and tell you why they enjoy Community Bike Works!
With your support, Community Bike Works can connect more than 500 young people each year with mentors to learn bike mechanics, safety, and other life skills.
Thank you for your gift!
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