Signup & Visit Requirements

You’ve made it! Our application is in the link below.

Online Application

But before you sign up…Follow the down-arrows and check out our visit requirements

YOUR SITE MUST BE…           

Right now, we can make trips to San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, or San Mateo. The dream is to someday have a fleet of solar-powered submarines and airplanes and helicopters so we can fix bikes all over the world.
Repairs must be free of charge or have a 100% fee waiver for youths from low-income families.
The program is centered around youth engagement, so it’s important that kids always have access to the service. The next generation can save the world!

Your site should be a place where youths are not forbidden to ride to.

Permission to run the event must be secured by whoever the Principle Site Director is

At least one staff person or volunteer from your site must be available to help us with intake during the visit. Even one volunteer is guaranteed to make the visit 1,000 times better.

You must promote the visit with flyers and announcements. Visit our event promotion page for outreach materials. However, do not pre-register people for our service. We do 1st come, 1st serve.

Please make sure bathrooms will be accessible for our team. We need about 30×30 ft. of space on the blacktop, preferably near the bike rack and in the shade. If your event is happening in the evening, please make sure we have proper lighting to see by. Please let us know if there are issues with any of these needs.
Chaaaaarge!

COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Before Visit

1. Provide us an exact count of bikes in the bike rack 5-10 days before the event.

2. Promote the visit using flyers and announcements. Visit our promotion page for outreach materials

During Visit

1. Assist us with setup and participant intake.

2. Please let us know if you will not be available the entire time.

 

 

After Visit

1. Provide feedback on the event.

2. Provide an exact count of how many bikes are in the bike rack within a week of the event to give us a snapshot of biking frequency after we visit.