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Revision as of 14:03, 18 September 2012

Suncoast Community Bikes
Website http://www.suncoastcommunitybikes.org
Founded 2012
Location Sarasota, Florida, USA
Services Offered
Mission Statement Suncoast Community Bikes is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that collects, refurbishes and distributes bicycles to children and adults in need throughout the Suncoast region.
Phone (941) 894-4333



Suncoast Community Bikes is a bicycle aid organization in Sarasota, Florida.

Hours

  • Workshops are held every Saturday from 12:30 until 5:00 PM. No experience is required and all are welcome. Call (941) 894-4333 for more information.

About

Suncoast Community Bikes is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that collects, refurbishes and distributes bicycles to children and adults in need throughout the Suncoast region.

This healthy, affordable form of transportation provides reliable access to jobs and social services, opening new opportunities and empowering people to improve their lives.

Our bicycles are distributed through existing local nonprofit organizations to ensure that we serve the greatest need. Financial support for our cause is attained through the sale of surplus bicycles to the public, as well as through cash and in-kind donations from generous individuals and businesses.

Contact

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