A Bike Shop and More!
Update to Shop Services
In spite of limited resources and the continuing pandemic, Full Cycle remains committed to our mission: to connect with and support youth experiencing homelessness and our community through bikes, business and relationships. However, in order to prioritize our focus on the youth services we provide, we've had to make some changes to our current business model.
Beginning January 1st, 2021, Full Cycle will be suspending our repair services and focusing solely on bike sales through our shop.
The good news is that we'll have hundreds of quality used bikes fully refurbished and ready for sale come spring! Feel free to make an appointment to view our current selection of bikes for sale and stay tuned for information on our upcoming outdoor sales events beginning Spring 2021. Your generous contributions and donations of bicycles allow us to do our best work and are greatly appreciated by us and the young people we serve.
Dear Valued Customer,
In order to help keep our community healthy and slow the infection of COVID-19, Full Cycle will be open by appointment only until further notice. Please reach out via email to email@example.com with any questions or concerns. Be well, and we hope to see you soon.
Full Cycle Staff
BIKE SHOP HOURS
By Appointment Only
Tuesday - Friday 12-5 PM
Call (612) 824-7581 to Schedule
DONATION DROP OFFS
No Appointment Necessary
Tuesday - Friday 12 - 5 PM
Full Cycle connects with and supports young people experiencing homelessness through several interconnected strategies.
Employment and Job Training
Free bikes by appointment
Street Outreach Services
Support Full Cycle and youth in our community today!
Creating Opportunities Through Bikes
Bikes are incredibly useful as a means of affordable transportation and exercise. To a young person who has been struggling to make it on their own and dealing with the realities of housing insecurity, a bike can mean so much more. Employment, confidence, fun, self-care-- these are just a few of the many things a bike might bring to a young person accessing Full Cycle.