How Can I Help?

Financial Support
Support Bikes Together by becoming a Member or making a monetary donation. A Bikes Together Membership support Bikes Together financially, plus you get valuable membership benefits, which can include discounts and access to member-only nights with the use of the bike shop and access to professional mechanics and tools.

Membership and donation dollars directly fund the programs and operations that we provide in the community. Without the financial support of our members and donors, we cannot achieve our mission of making bicycling possible for everyone. Click here to make a financial donation. For details on Membership levels and benefits, click here.

Starting this year Coloradans have a new way to support Bikes Together this tax season. Coloradans may designate a portion or all of their state refund to a charitable organization of your choice.

It’s simple! Designate Bikes Together under the “Donate to a Colorado Nonprofit Fund” field, write down our Secretary of State ID number #20093008405, and declare how much of your state tax refund you would like to donate.

For more information please see the ReFUND CO FAQ page.

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King Soopers Community Rewards
Good news for King Soopers shoppers! Every time you scan your Loyalty Card at King Soopers, Kroger, or City Market, Bikes Together receives a donation — at no cost to you!

Here’s how:
1) Create or sign onto your King Soopers account
2) Enroll in the “King Soopers Community Rewards” program
3) Select “Bikes Together” as your organization

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Amazon Smiles
Make purchases through Amazon Smiles by designating Bikes Together as your charity of choice. Sign in to and select Bikes Together as your charity.
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Corporate Sponsorship
Businesses can be involved with Bikes Together through our corporate sponsorship program! Contact for more information.

Donate Your Vehicle
Are you ready to part with your motor vehicle? You can donate your vehicle to support Bikes Together through Vehicles for Charity. Vehicles for Charity accept cars, trucks, motorcycles, RVs, boats, and trailers.
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Bikes Together is a volunteer-driven organization. All that we do would not be possible without the generous donation of time from our volunteers. We have a wide variety of opportunities for you to help out. Volunteers refurbish program bikes, organize bike parts and the shop space, organize and attend events, provide general office support, and much more! More information is available on our volunteer page.

In-Kind Donations
Have a bike collecting dust in the garage? Keep bicycles out of landfills by donating to Bikes Together, where they are reused or repurposed to benefit those who need a bicycle as a reliable means of transportation. We accept bicycles in acceptable condition, as well as parts and accessories. Even if the bicycle is broken we may still be able to reuse its parts.

Don’t have bicycles and still want to give? Bikes Together would greatly benefit from other in-kind donations such as office supplies and equipment, electronics such as computers, and clean used T-shirts for rags.

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    2825 Fairfax Street – Park Hill Bikes Together

    1060 Osage Street – Mariposa Bikes Together

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    All donated bikes go to one of three places:

    1. Fixed by our mechanics and sold in our retail shop. This is our primary source of funding for all our programs and offers the community a low-cost option for a high-quality used bike.
    2. Our Rodeo or Bike Distribution Program, where youth and adults can receive a free refurbished bicycle, attend a maintenance and safety class, and get basic accessories with the help of our volunteers.
    3. Metal recycling: If the poor bike frame is completely unusable, we remove and salvage every working piece and then recycle the rest.