At Bike Newport, we believe everyone deserves bicycle access. That’s why we started our Earn-a-Bike program—an initiative to break down the barriers preventing individuals from owning a quality bicycle and provide well-intentioned community members to serve their community and earn themselves a bike.
Open Garage Sessions: Volunteering Made Easy
We understand time is valuable, so we’ve designed the Earn-a-Bike program to be flexible and accessible. Earn-a-Bike participants can accumulate volunteer hours through participation in our open garage sessions. These sessions provide an opportunity to contribute to the cycling community while learning new skills, making connections, and immersing yourself in the world of bicycles.
Putting People on Quality Bicycles
The Earn-a-Bike program has successfully put dozens of individuals on quality bicycles over the years. This program empowers individuals to own a bike that suits their recreational, transportation, and health needs. Whether exploring scenic trails, commuting to work, or enjoying a fun workout, the Earn-a-Bike program ensures everyone can experience the joys and benefits of cycling.
Benefits Beyond Bicycles
The impact of the Earn-a-Bike program extends far beyond acquiring a bicycle. Participating in the program, individuals develop valuable mechanical skills, gain confidence in their abilities, and become part of a supportive cycling community. Moreover, the program promotes using bicycles as eco-friendly transportation, reducing carbon emissions and creating a healthier, more sustainable community.
Join the Earn-a-Bike Movement
Are you ready to earn your bicycle through Bike Newport’s Earn-a-Bike program? By volunteering at our open garage, you can make a difference in your community while working towards owning a quality bike. Embrace the freedom, joy, and health benefits that cycling offers. If you can’t make the open garage hours, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we can provide other volunteer opportunities for the Earn-a-Bike program.
NOTE: Bicycles valued $200 and less are qualified for the Earn-a-Bike Program