Bikes for Humanity refers to a bicycle’s return to use, whether as a sale or a grant, as an adoption. It is our hope that each of our bicycles return to circulation and will be ridden, valued, and maintained for years to come. A bicycle overhauled at Bikes for Humanity represents hours of work done either by volunteers or grantees. It represents hands-on education,  freedom, and empowerment for its rider, and it is our mission in action. Adopting a bicycle is a statement that you value community, the environment, and yourself.

During the off-season (starting in November and ending whenever it gets nice in mid-Spring), we develop a large stock of refurbished bikes. These 8 bikes represent 1/3 or so of our ready-ride bikes. Come by to see what’s available or check out our as-is bikes to take home and refurbish or for us to fix up for you.

We size our bikes from the top of the seat tube to the middle of the bottom bracket, which we acknowledge is antiquated, but we hope you find helpful. You’ll have to test ride one to find which fits!


Long Haul

Kona UTE / 700c wheels / 20” frame / heart-eyes emoji

Adoption fee: $1,100



Giant Contend SL 1 / 17” frame / 700c wheels / sleekest and sportiest bike in town

Adoption fee: $1,000



Day 6 Dream / 26” wheels / 21” semi-recumbent frame / this ultimate ergonomic ride sits you well above others on the road

adoption fee: $350



Kona Mini UTE / 18” frame / 700c wheels/ Omg kona!!!

Adoption fee: $1,000



Nishiki International / 27” wheels / 54cm Frame / a gorgeous 1981 original road-bike

Adoption fee: $300



Trek 820 / 26” Wheels / 16” frame / perfect for both off-road recreation and in-town commuting

Adoption fee: $220


70’s Baby

1970 Schwinn Stingray / 20” wheel / a throwback collector’s item in near mint condition

adoption fee: $100



Bridgestone CB-1 / 27” wheels / 19” frame / stylish and light design for commuting

Adoption fee: $200