Boise Bicycle Project

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Boise Bicycle Project

Let's ride together for a better tomorrow.

When it comes to sustainability, community involvement, and education, few organizations embody these principles, like the Boise Bicycle Project (BBP). Founded in 2007, BBP has become an indispensable asset to the Boise community and its surrounding areas, including Garden City. Through various programs and services, the organization aims to make cycling accessible to everyone.

Contact Information

  • URL: Boise Bicycle Project
  • Phone Number: (208) 429-6520
  • Address: 1027 Lusk St, Boise, ID 83706

  • Empowering Through Education

    BBP provides comprehensive educational opportunities, from essential bike maintenance to advanced repair techniques. The goal is to empower individuals to become self-sufficient cyclists. Workshops are open to everyone, regardless of experience level, and the hands-on approach ensures that participants walk away with valuable skills.

    Community Programs

    The Boise Bicycle Project runs various community-centric programs aimed at fostering a love for cycling and making it accessible to all:

  • Bike Giveaways: BBP hosts several bike giveaway events each year to put bikes in the hands of those who need them most.
  • Youth Programs: Through educational programs and camps, BBP engages with young people to promote safe and responsible cycling.
  • Women’s Night: An initiative to engage women and non-binary individuals in the cycling community.

  • Donations: Be a Part of the Cycle

    BBP thrives on the generosity of the community. Donations help to maintain ongoing projects and facilitate new ones. The items accepted for donation include:

  • Bicycles (any condition)
  • Bike Parts
  • Cycling Accessories
  • Tools
  • Financial Contributions
  • All donations are tax-deductible; drop-off is available during regular business hours at the BBP location.