Welcome to Reno Bike Project

The organization is built around the belief that the bicycle is the world’s greatest, most utilized mode of transportation and that every individual, regardless of age, gender, race, or class has a right to afford, maintain, and enjoy one.

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2015 We HeArt Bikes Bicycle Art Show – Call for Art

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Mar 10 No Comments posted by

Reno Bike Project is Back to 2015

We’ll be open for our regular hours starting today until Infinity!


Jan 2 2 Comments posted by

RBP: Closed for the Holi-daze!

Hey Reno!
Happy Holidays to you and yours from RBP! On a related note, Reno Bike Project will be closed from December 21st to January 2nd. Our venerated staff would also like to enjoy the holidays, ride bikes, shoot some craps, eat some smoked ham, drink some brandy nog, and visit our secret Canadian families.
We’ll see you in 2015 eh!


Dec 20 No Comments posted by

Freewheels for Kids to bring the joy of cycling to more kids in the community

As the holiday season rolls around, the Reno Bike Project (RBP) gears up to give bikes to kids in need. The Freewheels for  Kids program is an annual event by RBP, in conjunction with the Reno Fire Department, the Children’s Cabinet of Northern Nevada, and (this year for the first time!) UNR’s Early Head Start Program. RBP repairs children’s bicycles, and our partners distribute them to the kids who need them most.

This year the community can get involved in two ways. First, folks, you can donate kids bikes to RBP during business hours (Wednesday through Saturday). Cash donations are also very much appreciated, as we need to replace parts on some bikes. You can specify the purpose your your monetary donation should to go toward when you donate to RBP through Paypal. Second, everyone is invited to come in during two scheduled work parties on December 6 and December 13 from 11a-3p @ RBP (541 E. 4th Street). During these work parties, volunteers of all skill levels will help repair bikes to make them safe and ready for the kids. RBP mechanics will assist in all repairs, and food and beverages will be provided as as small thank you. This is a great learning opportunity for folks with limited experience working on bikes.

To let us know you’re planning to attend, please fill out this short survey. Contact matthew@renobikeproject.com with any questions.


Sep 30 No Comments posted by

Lug Nuts – A night with Grant Petersen – September 4, 2014

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Aug 20 No Comments posted by