The Saint John Bike Share Program receives, repairs, and redistributes donated bicycles to give everyone in Saint John access to active transportation.
OUR GOAL: Everyone who wants a bike has a bike.
OUR MISSION: To further Active Transportation & Bicycle Culture in Saint John and to expand the Bike Share Program to all areas of Greater Saint John - especially priority areas.
Currently, the Bike Share Program offers the following activities:
NEW! Satellite location at the Carleton Community Centre Saint John West.
Want to donate? We accept gently used, rust-free bikes. Call CVRC (693-8513) to ask if your bike could be used in our program! Monetary donations are also accepted to purchase to purchase equipment, parts and helmets.
To apply for a bike: Come to CVRC between 9:00am and 4:00pm (Monday to Friday) and fill out an application form. Questions? Call 693-8513.
Check out our recent article on CBC!
Cycling is a healthy, low-impact exercise that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, from young children to older adults. It is also fun, cheap and good for the environment.
There are more benefits:
• Good for strength and stamina
• Improves mental well-being
• Promotes weight loss
• Saves time
• Improves joint mobility
• Improves posture and coordination
• Decreases stress levels
• Grows your social circle
• Enjoy healthy family time
Bicycle Presentations - We do special giveaways in the Spring and before Christmas. We have given away close to 500 bikes
Bicycle Rodeos - During the summer we have a children’s bike rodeo for skill building and of course - fun.
Bicycle Parades & the Y Strut
Convertible stroller / jogger / trailer - Holds two children and lots of groceries
Adult tricycles - with carriers for parcels
We provide and fit helmets to each bike recipient!
Bike Skills Park - We plan to build a park for younger riders (5 to 12 years) on Taylor Ave.
Expansion into other Priority Neighbourhoods
'Bike Repair Workshops
Bicycle Friendly Community
For information on Saint John Bike Share Program contact Crescent Valley Resource Centre, 693-8513.
"We’re very excited to ride bikes together as a family. It is a fun and healthy activity that we can all do together. The bike program is awesome" - Crescent Valley Resident
Active Transportation Saint John
Bike Shops: Millennium, Bike Works, Bikes & Beans
City of Saint John Council Members
City of Saint John Leisure Services Department
City of Saint John Community Policing
Courtenay Bay Tenants Assoc.
Crescent Valley Community Tenants’ Assoc.
Crescent Valley Residents
Crescent Valley Resource Centre
Hazen White - St. Francis School
Horizon Health Network
Living Saint John / NB Economic and Social Inclusion Corp.
NB Dept of Social Development
NB Sport & Recreation Branch, Department of Tourism, Heritage, & Culture
NB Youth Employment Program, PETL
ONE Change / Nick Nicolle Community Centre
PRO Kids Saint John
St. Luke’s Church Saint John Area Nordic Walkers
Saint John Cycling
Saint John Regional YMCA
Volunteer Bike Repair Experts
Volunteer Bike Repair Neighbourhood Residents