Who We Are and What We Do
Since 2014, Electric City Bike Rescue has been an all-volunteer community where bicycle repairs and maintenance skills are shared in a creative and supportive environment. Services are available to anyone with a desire to learn. Volunteer-led programs focus on rescuing, repairing, and redistributing little-used bicycles that would otherwise be destined for landfills. These bicycles are used as tools to teach self-empowerment, and to promote sustainable transportation.
(As of October 24, 2020, we're still closed. Check the link above in case there are any updates.)
No bike maintenance experience necessary!
We need a few people to greet customers, manage the incoming traffic flow, and generally keep things moving smoothly. Good people skills a must. Free t-shirt provided!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
You can find us at the McGathan Townhouses Community Center at 189 Jerry Street, off Watt St.
Please follow sidewalk to rear entrance.
We'll be open for Open Shop on Thursdays, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM.
We have t-shirts! Get your very own Electric City Bike Rescue t-shirt. with our fabulous logo on the front.
Sizes Medium and Large only
Pick up yours for only $15.00 on any Thursday evening when we're open.