2020 turned out to be our busiest year yet, despite the challenging times.

Thanks to community support, we were able to address the growing need for safe and affordable recreation and transportation, and by the end of the season, we’d repaired or refurbished over 300 bikes!

     Our plant & tag sale fundraisers (both held outdoors) were successful and brought people together safely for good bargains, good fun and good pies!

     We really missed working with the middle school kids this year, and hope we’ll be able to resume our bike repair & riding classes in 2021!

     With safety measures in place, we had over a dozen volunteers, including three youth, cleaning and tuning bikes throughout the summer.

     Many local riders who depend on their bikes for transportation were able to get needed repairs and maintenance, and 28 sponsorships were honored for free or very low cost bikes and repairs. 

Your support is what keeps us going as we continue to serve this community year round!



to all who have already donated!

From our Staff and Board of Directors

We Have Gift Certificates!
Go to STORE, click on Paypal,
enter "gift certificate" and amount. Please email to let us know where to send it.
Gift Certificates may be purchased at the bike shop as well.




We appreciate your patience as we continue to work our way through the waiting list for bike repairs. 

With limited staff and volunteers, we're doing our best!



Please call 802-460-0662 and leave a message. 

All sales and service is CURBSIDE and face masks are required.

We currently have several reflective vests and pairs of studded tires to make your winter riding safer!

Many thanks to

Claremont Savings Bank

for our recently received

$2500 grant!

We are proud to serve the community, and this will go a long way to help us do our work!





30 Henry St.

(Corner of Atkinson)

Bellows Falls, VT 05101


Mailing Address:

PO Box 883

Bellows Falls, VT  05101

In Memory of "Thousand Mile Bill"

A gentle man who lived simply, used his bicycle to go everywhere and always had

a kind word to say.  We miss you, Bill!

© 2020 BF Community Bike Project