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Re:Ciclos Is

A non-profit project of CRSP dedicated to creating wider access to cargo bicycle technology and empowerment of youth in black and brown communities by exposure to fabrication, mechanics, advocacy, outreach, and community. We build cargo bicycles with youth interns in order to provide this practical liberating technology to people in community and community organizations.

Adopt-A-Bike Program

Bicycles are a more just, sustainable, and enjoyable form of transportation than cars, and they should be accessible to everyone who wants to ride. However, many LA residents who want to bike face financial barriers. To address this, Re:Ciclos is partnering with LA Metro to distribute bikes to underserved communities. Every year, hundreds of bikes are left unclaimed in Metro’s lost and found. Along with other organizations, Re:Ciclos fixes up these bikes, ensures they’re in good working condition, and gives them to community members who need them. We partner with CARECEN’s Day Labor Center, the LA Tenants Union, and other local groups to do bike giveaways. Learn more about the program here. If you need a bike, give us a call at (323) 645-9505. If your organization would like to partner with us on a bike giveaway, email us at

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Cargo Bike Programs