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Lake City Bicycle Collective, INC

  • Non-Profit
709 E Walnut Ave
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
(208) 740-1502
Hours:
Saturday: Noon to 4PM and by appointment on any other day.

About Us

MISSION
Mission: We believe that everyone should have access to a bicycle, a tool to create opportunity and empowerment.

WHAT WE DO
A bicycle creates a feeling of connectedness to the read more
  • About

    MISSION
    Mission: We believe that everyone should have access to a bicycle, a tool to create opportunity and empowerment.

    WHAT WE DO
    A bicycle creates a feeling of connectedness to the community.

    Our programs make this attainable by refurbishing bicycles that might otherwise end up in the Kootenai County landfill. Instead of becoming garbage the bikes are returned to people in North Idaho communities at low and often times no cost.

    WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
    How old were you when you got your first bike? How did it make you feel?

    Some children in our community will never experience that feeling.

    We believe that EVERY child should feel the wind on their face and the accomplishment of learning how to ride for the first time.

    Not to feel left behind…

    HOW WE DO WHAT WE DO
    Bicycles are either sold at an affordable price, (based on a person's ability to pay), given to children, and given at no cost to other community help organizations we partner with.

    The bicycles that are sold provide funds to continue to provide free bicycles to children, free bicycle education classes, and free training on bicycle maintenance.

    Consider donating the bicycles collecting dust in your garage, volunteer to help, or donations of cash are always accepted!

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  • Whom to Contact

    • Jamie Lynn Morgan
      Board President
      P.O. Box 2691
      Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816
    • Tom Morgan
      Executive Director
      P.O. Box 2691
      Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816
      Phone: (208) 740-1502
  • Directions

    East on Harrison Ave., North on 7th Street, East on Walnut. Street dead-ends at the building