Welcome to the Fort Collins Bicycle Co-op
Tour de Fat
It's time to get weird at Tour de Fat and help out the Bike Co-op, Overland Mountain Bike Association, Bike Fort Collins, and Ciclismo Youth Foundation. By volunteering, you will also get a t-shirt, 2 beer tokens, and a special invitation to the volunteer party at New Belgium Brewery.
To find out more information about Tour de Fat, go to New Belgium
To volunteer, click the image below.
Free Festival at Brewery 11am-6pm
This year there is also a float contest during the parade that you won't want to miss, or maybe you want to enter a float!
If you are passionate about building community through bicycling and want to get involved please follow this
link to fill out a short survey.
Building Community Through Bicycling
To keep our community riding, including those who can't afford to buy a bike.
To educate our neighbors in all things bike-related including bike maintenance, bicycle education and safety.
To keep good bikes out of the landfill and to recycle poorly built or unsafe bikes.
To refurbish and donate bicycles for a wide variety of charity events and programs for those in need.
How it Works
The community donates bikes and parts, we help get the bikes running, we give the bikes away to non-profit or for volunteered time. We also provide tools and know-how to anyone that wants it. More about how it works...
In order to best serve the community, the Co-op has several programs set up to specilize in separate areas. Learn more about our programs...
Want to keep up with the latest news from the Bike Co-op? Join our News mailing list.
You can sign-up for the volunteers mailing list over at the Volunteer page
We can always use your donations, or at least we can recycle them so you don't have to send them to the landfill. More about donations...
Lost, Found, and Stolen Bikes
The Co-op is working with the Police Services to help return bikes to their owners. In return, some of the abandoned bikes are turned over to the Co-op. More about lost, found, and stolen bikes...
You might know us as the Bike Against! collective. We started in a garage back in 2003. It's been quite a journey since those days. More history...