There are many different ways to volunteer your time at the Community Cycling Center. To learn more, email volunteer@communitycyclingcenter.org.

 

Mechanics

We provide training for all volunteers; you do not need to have any bicycle mechanic skills to begin. You’ll have the chance to become a certified volunteer mechanic and wrench on Holiday Bike Drive bikes in our shop at Drop-In nights, work directly with our community partners in New Columbia and Hacienda, join our Guest Mechanic Program, or dismantle and recycle donated bicycles.

Educators

Volunteers support the educational component of our programs by assisting an Adult Earn a Bike workshop, supporting our Bike Club program, leading bike safety clinics at New Columbia and Hacienda, and joining us at various outreach events throughout the year.

Bike Ride Supporters

Our partners at New Columbia and Hacienda are leading bike rides during the summer so that their friends, family, and neighbors have a chance to explore their community together on two wheels. They need confident ride volunteers to help support their bike rides.

Bike Collectors

Each year we process over 2,500 donated bicycles, and we redirect over 15 tons of metal and rubber out of landfills through a variety of reuse events. Learn how to lead your own bike collection event, clean bicycles destined for the Holiday Bike Drive, or recycle bike parts that cannot be used in programs.

Interpreters

Volunteers help make our events a more welcoming experience for all of our participants. We have a wide variety of projects for people who would like to provide interpreter support. From creating a welcoming environment for families receiving bikes, to transcribing audio files, volunteers who speak multiple languages are essential to the work that we do.

Creative Team

We rely on volunteer support for photography, graphic design, videography, web development, writing, and more. We would love to learn more about your creative talents and how they might fit with our communications and fundraising teams’ goals.

Volunteer Groups

Are you looking for a rewarding, team-building activity for your employees or group? We host dozens of volunteer groups from supporting organizations and businesses, including Hands on Greater Portland, Bike Gallery, REI, Adidas, the Standard, Portland Wheelmen Touring Club, and many more.

Misc. Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers help us out with welding, carpentry, legal work, trail building, data entry, and more. Your skills may be needed here, even if it’s not listed above. Have a special talent that you think may be useful? Don’t hesitate to share.

Connect with Us

Hours: 10am-6pm daily (fall/winter)Bike Shop Address: 1700 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211

Phone: 503.287.8786Office/Mailing Address: 1805 NE 2nd Ave, Portland, OR 97212