Common Cycle distributes free bicycles to those who need them but cannot afford them through its network of organization partners in and around Ann Arbor.
We successfully piloted our bicycle distribution program in 2019 with grant support from the City of Ann Arbor’s Sustaining Ann Arbor Together Program, giving away 100 bicycles in our first year. Since then, we have distributed or sold more than 400 bicycles, and we have set a goal to provide a bicycle to anyone in Ann Arbor who needs one but cannot afford one.
If you’re from a potential partner organization or you’d like more information about our bicycle distribution and partnership program, check out our partnerships page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Bike Distribution Program Partners
PATH/Washtenaw Community Mental Health
Supportive Services for Veteran Families
Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County
The Salvation Army Haven of Hope House
Jewish Family Services
Bryant Community Center
Green Baxter Court Community Center
Washtenaw Refugee Welcome
Home of New Vision
PEAC (The Program to Educate All Cyclists)
Community Action Network (CAN)
New Life Church
Having a bike may seem like a small thing, but for our clients, it is a step towards independence and that is no small thing at all.”
—Resource Specialist, Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County