Donate & Volunteer
As we continually strive to reduce the cost and increase the value to our users, there are certain areas where we rely on our wonderful patrons to act as volunteers and donors to give of their talents and resources. All donations can be claimed for tax benefit. Please contact Stephanie in regards to donations or volunteering! Stephanie.email@example.com, 797-8139
BIKES & BIKE PARTS
Our constant need is more bikes and more bike parts. All donations go to creating more blue bikes or fundraising efforts. Even if you think it is pure junk, in most cases we have a use for it or can make sure it is taken care of responsibly. Please bring any donations to Aggie Blue Bikes, located between the Fieldhouse and Military Science building on USU's campus.
We are in need of children's bikes in decent shape for our Aggie Blue Bikes Friends of Santa program, a program that refurbishes children's bikes and gifts them to Sub-for-Santa for distribution each Christmas. Please bring any donations to Aggie Blue Bikes, located between the Fieldhouse and Military Science building on USU's campus.
We need some experienced bike mechanics that would be willing to donate their time to help us get more bikes on the road. This is a great working interview for future position openings at Aggie Blue Bikes. For details, please email Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't know very much about bikes? Want to learn more while being apart of ABB's great culture?... If so, we want you on board! Come in, call or email and we will get you set up to volunteer with us and learn more than you want to know about bikes, and Aggie Blue Bikes! Contact: Stephanie, email@example.com, or 797-8139.
What shop volunteers have to say about the experience they gained at Aggie Blue Bikes:
"The other day I walked a friend home. She hadn't been using her bike because the brakes were out. It took me two minutes and no tools and it was fit to ride again. Aggie Blue Bikes is an amazing resource. I used to think a bike would be a huge investment (for a poor college student). Now that I know about the shop and all the tools, supplies and great people there; I'm fixing my own cheap bike I got at DI."
Emron, Mechanical Engineering