Community Bike Works is in Easton! We are now offering Earn a Bike, Drop-in, and cycling programs in Easton's West Ward. Our Easton location is our third, joining our Franklin Park and Keck Park bike shops. With programs in Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton, we are now truly Lehigh Valley-wide!
Community Bike Works has been awarded $1.4 million in building funds through Rep. Susan Wild, to help us renovate our new Easton youth bike shop, and purchase and renovate a new youth bike shop in Allentown’s Franklin Park neighborhood.
Bicycling Magazine featured seven Bike Works Youth Leaders on the cover of their Feb/Mar 2021 issue. Each student explained one bike repair that they learned at Bike Works, and shared what Bike Works means to them.
Watch this video from staff member Josh and Youth Apprentice José as they describe the role of Bike Works in the lives of young people.
Give that old bike a new life--donate it to Community Bike Works. We accept any bike in any condition!
Bikes can be dropped off at either Allentown bike shop from 11 am-4 pm Monday through Friday, and in Easton by appointment.
Community Bike Works is now managing the primary food pantry for our East Allentown neighbors in the same building as our Keck Park bike hub!
Do you or someone you know in the 18109 ZIP code need food? Stop by! The pantry is open Wednesday 11 am-1 pm, Thursday 4 pm-6 pm, and Friday 11 am-1 pm.
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.
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!