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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Thanks for Giving us the weekend off.

RBP schedule for Thanksgiving week.

Tuesday: 10am-5pm
Wednesday: 10am-7pm (Dan’s Night will probably happen.)
Thursday-Saturday: CLOSED!

We’ll be spending our time with dear friends and family, and regretting every food decision we have ever made. We hope that you will enjoy your time w/ family, friends, and yourself.

We’ll see you again when our usual hours of operation resume on Tuesday, December 1st.


Nov 25 No Comments posted by

Freewheels for Kids: What You Can Do!

Reno Bike Project’s Freewheels for Kids outreach program provides free bikes to kids in need during the holiday season. Children’s bikes, donated by community members, are repaired and tuned up by RBP volunteers. Those bikes are then donated to community organizations who distribute the bikes to families in extreme need. Last year RBP repaired and donated nearly 200 bicycles to children whose families could not afford one. We are always hoping to exceed the previous year’s number to bring the joy of cycling to more kids in the community.

Join us for one (or two!) Community Work Parties on December 5 and December 12, from 11a-3p, to work on bikes for the tykes, under the supervision of RBP mechanics. Enjoy refreshments and the company of other service-minded people. No experience needed to volunteer!



Nov 17 No Comments posted by

Meet Me At Mayberry

For this month’s Slow Roll, we plan to lead you along a beautiful western portion of the Truckee River and introduce those who may not be familiar with the fine local establishments grouped at Mayberry Landing, the business plaza on Mayberry & McCarren. This is recognized as the start of the popular “Verdi Loop” bike route, so these businesses see a lot of cyclists and welcome our visit. Riders are encouraged to show them that “bikes mean business” by getting a bite from one of the restaurants or perusing the other interesting shops! Click the linked flier to see more info and which businesses are giving Slow Rollers a special discount or freebee!

Mayberry flier


Nov 16 No Comments posted by

Shop Closed Sat., 10/31

We here at RBP love Nevada (which is objectively the best state).
We also love three day weekends (which are objectively great).
So we’ll be closed this Saturday, October 31st, to celebrate Nevada Day. We hope that you’ll enjoy celebrating the best state this Halloween weekend.
We’ll resume normal hours Tuesday, November 3rd.


Oct 30 No Comments posted by

Shop Closed Saturday, October 17

Heads up that RBP will be CLOSED all day on the 17th, holding court instead on First Street, in front of Bicentennial Park. We’ll be running our Bike Valet, Mobile Bike Repair Stand, and annual Bike Swap! Come on down to RenOpen Streets for fun outdoor activities, free of the distractions of vehicle traffic. RBP staff will also lead a Slow Roll down to the event, leaving from the shop at 9:45 am. You’re welcome to park in our lot and ride there with us!

We’ll return to normal hours on Tuesday, October 20.


Oct 13 No Comments posted by