GCBB @ Pueblo Classic Bike Race – tomorrow!

Come out and see us tomorrow Saturday the 23rd at the 2nd Annual Pueblo Classic!

GCBB will be supporting the AMR Safety Jam, working on minor repairs and instructing kids and their families in basic bike repair, safe riding, and some fun activities. Other organizations will be doing giveaways as well. FREE for all to participate!

Please also plan to join us as we ride the Classic downtown race course on Union Avenue at 12:30pm in the Mayor’s Community Ride – open to all! Great turnout last year, fun to fill up the course and get a few laps in with all kinds of bikes and bikers from around the area.

Race schedule here – there will be lots of cool cycling to watch. Please stay safe and remain out of the course boundary flagging tape. Hope to see you there – come join us for what’s shaping up to be a beautiful day!

We need bikes!

Our workshop has been such a success that we’ve worked through our backlog of bikes this winter – this is a great problem to have, since that means they’re out in the community now, helping people get around.

That means we need you! (and your bikes)

As we get into spring cleaning season, please consider donating any bikes that are going unused. We have a continual need for adult bikes, especially mountain bikes. They are endlessly rebuildable, and provide reliable transportation for our neighbors here in Pueblo. Parts, tubes, tires and other bike-related odds and ends also help us in our mission. At this time, we do not need any children’s bikes.

Donations can be dropped off anytime during normal business hours at Great Divide on 4th and Santa Fe, or on Wednesday nights from 6-9pm at our workshop, 807 N Greenwood.

Thank you for your continued support!

-The GCBB

We have a workshop for the winter!

With your help we have rented a workspace. This will help us to keep meeting Pueblo’s need for reliable bike transportation even as the weather turns. Without a space, our work would slow down tremendously in the winter months.

We have partnered with the nonprofit Access Point to rent a portion of their building. We are paid up through April ’22 but would like to stay in the space as time goes on. See Our Needs for how to help us do so!

Our humble new workspace. With it we are able to turn out 3-4 restored bikes and a few repairs each week, as well as host roll-up repairs for our bike community.