FB4K Madison’s workshop is closed for the season.
The 2021 Volunteer Portal is now closed. We gave away a record setting 2,021 bikes this year thanks to hundreds of volunteer hours! The shop will open back up in December 2021.
We would love to have you back at the end of the year! Corporate teams find volunteering with us to be both fun and rewarding. Teams of 4-6 work great! For inquiries, emailing us at email@example.com.
NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY: We have a spot for everyone at the FB4K Workshop! Whether you come alone, as an individual, or with coworkers, friends or teammates, FB4K is sure to provide a valuable volunteer experience for anyone.
Select a volunteer role that’s best for you. Register now and get started volunteering for Free Bikes 4 Kidz!
We have three different volunteer categories for refurbishing the bikes. Don’t worry, our registration process will get you to the right place:
Cleaners – Each bike gets a good, thorough cleaning before moving on to the next stage. Just bring yourselves, we’ve got supplies!
Preppers – Take care of the easy stuff, mechanically speaking: Grease seat posts, change tires, swap saddles, new grips, new pedals, etc.
Mechanics – Knowledge and skills required. Change cables, adjust shifting, adjust brakes, true wheels, adjust bearings.
Hands-on not your thing? Want to help in other ways? We need site leads and help with administrative duties. There’s plenty to do and we’ll find a good fit for you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact info or complete this contact form and we’ll respond as quickly as possible to find a good opportunity for you.
We collect donated bikes September through March. After we start collecting donated bikes, the refurbishing stage begins. The workshop volunteer season runs November through the end of June.
Joining us for multiple shifts? Please note: our registration system requires you to register for each shift.
We have three roles to fill. Just answer a quick question or two and we will determine where your valuable talents can be best put to use!