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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Change to Public Workstation Rate, Effective Immediately

Hey Reno!
Effective immediately, the rate we charge to use our public workstations will be undergoing a slight change. We will now offer the option of sliding scale of payment with rates being anywhere between $4-$10/hour. We look forward to serving you soon!

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Packed to the Gills

Happy New Year! RBP hopes 2016 is only treating you right.

We know the weather may be a little bit chilly and a little wet for riding at present (for some); but if you’ve been thinking about getting a new bike come spring, right now is actually prime time to find the perfect introductory bicycle or upgrade! Why? Business is slow and we have had LOTS of time to work on overhauls. We haven’t had such a well-stocked floor in years!

Come on down; our shop staff would is lonely and would be happy to show our full stock off and help you find just what you want.

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RENO BIKE PROJECT CLOSED FROM DECEMBER 23RD TO JANUARY 5TH

Hope that you are yours have a great winter solstice, Christmas holiday, and New Years. We look forward to serving you in 2016!
RBP, out!

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Dec 22 No Comments posted by

Ladies’ Night Schedule

Hey, femme friends! Ladies’ Night is taking a little winter break for the month of December. We’ll post another update when they start again. In the meantime, everyone is welcome and encouraged to check out Dan’s Nights on Wednesdays from 5-7p for the same style of one-on-one workshop.

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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!

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