Copyright © Community Bike Works. All rights reserved.

235 N. Madison Street | Allentown, PA  18102 | 610.434.1140

home page photo credit: Sasha Phyars-Burgess

Watch this video to see how we teach life lessons through bicycles. 


Click below to register for Earn a Bike and related programs: 


VOLUNTEER. Serve as an Earn a Bike instructor, ride with students, or serve on a committee. No experience needed!

SPONSOR A STUDENT. Your donation allows us to connect youth with mentors and bikes.  

Community Bike Works is more than learning how bikes work. 

​It’s learning how life works.  -Kyle, Youth Apprentice 

JOIN US

EARN A BIKE

This spring, Community Bike Works celebrated a major milestone: 5,000 young people served in bike mentoring since 1995--including more than 500 this year alone!


Once in Earn a Bike or Junior Earn a Bike students can join us in Drop-in, Earn a Book, or our range of cycling programs: weekend recreational rides, long-distance road riding with the Lehigh Wheelmen, track cycling at the Velodrome, or mountain biking as part of the LV Composite MTB Team. It's all a part of learning life lessons through bikes! 


 



DONATE A BIKE. We accept any bike in any condition! Call 610.434.1140 to schedule a drop off. 

& other programs

Join us on Saturday September 22 for our second annual Spin-a-Thon! Teams of 4-8 riders will compete for prizes and raise money for our bike mentoring programs at LVHN Fitness at One City Center in downtown Allentown. Register by clicking the link below! 

Life lessons to 5,000 students

WE THANK OUR SPONSORS INCLUDING


Join us Saturday, Sept. 28 for  Spin-a-Thon 2019! 

Your team of 4-8 riders will tag-team cycle for 3 hours at LVHN Fitness - One City Center. Each team raises $1,000 or more to support kids on bikes. 


Will your team win its name on the bike-parts trophy, or will you compete for the team spirit award? Register today to join the fun!




CORPORATIONS: SUPPORT US THROUGH EITC. Community Bike Works is an Educational Improvement Organization in the state's EITC program. Call Kim at 610.434.1140      to learn more.