The Bike Library is currently at capacity and cannot add new partners for the 2015 year. However, we encourage interested organizations to apply to partner with our program next year. Please apply as soon as possible to ensure that your organization can get a spot in the 2016 program year.
We aim to partner with organizations that engage directly with underrepresented communities and low-income communities. We also partner with organizations that specifically work with and empower women in order to help close the historical gender gap in the cycling community. We are also seeking to partner with organizations that prioritize and engage in leadership development, and who would like to participate in the Bike Library’s leadership development projects (including volunteer engagement, capacity building through Train-the-Trainer workshops, and mobilizing participants to attend public meetings and join our Advisory Council). Finally, we wish to partner with organizations that have the capacity to engage new riders to participate in our Learn to Ride programming and include new people in the cycling world. If you are interested in partnering with the Bike Library and making fully accessorized bikes and free mechanical support and bike skills classes available to your clients/the communities you work wit