Five complete workbenches are available for use during our Open Shop hours. 

We offer Earn-a-Bike programs for children (5-9), youth (10-15) and adults (16+)

We have teamed up with Metro Community College to offer classes in bicycle maintenance and repair.

Fostering community is part of our mission and the HUB is an effort to make that a measurable thing.

Bikes Changed My life

I was running around the streets stealing stuff and breaking in stuff, bikes change your life real fast, like it’s amazing how it can change your life from doing bad things to good things. Now I’m a high school grad. I’m going to college at Iowa Western and I got a scholarship to Adventure Cycling. – Mohamed Ukach

Shop Updates

Shop Updates

Find out what’s going on down at the shop.

Shop Hours Change


Hey gang, Shop manager Adam here, got some news about temporary shop hours changes. My wife just gave birth to our second child so... Read More → Shop Hours Change

Bicycles be moving


Some big news…my wife and I bought a house! Yay for us. I’m excited to be a home owner but you know what I wasn’t excited about? The... Read More → Bicycles be moving

It’s time for Omaha Gives!


Omaha Gives! Day is next week, and I want to tell you why the Community Bike Project should be one of the local nonprofits to receive your... Read More → It’s time for Omaha Gives!

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Volunteers are the heart and soul of the Bike Project! 

Complete our online application and we will contact you to schedule a volunteer orientation. You can also stop by the shop during Open Shop hours to fill out the application and talk more about volunteer needs and opportunities.

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The Community Bike Project is hiring a new part time Shop Assistant!

We are looking for someone who is passionate about using the bicycle as a vehicle for social change and can inspire our volunteers and community supporters to grow the CBPO’s impact. Intermediate bike mechanic skills are required, with the expectation that the employee will refine them over time. Non-profit experience is preferred (not required), particularly with youth programming. For more details about the position, expectations, and instruction for applications, follow this link.