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Your source for everything bike related in the region.
Bike Clark County started as an idea: that kids should be outside riding their bikes, that adults can use their bike as a viable mode of transportation, and that families can safely enjoy a ride together on our streets and local trails.
We’ve grown from a vision into a robust organization offering programs and bikes for kids and schools, organizing community events and rides, and now operating a full service bike shop in downtown Vancouver!
Bike Clark County is organized and operated by a board of directors, who share the vision of promoting cycling in Clark County. We do not charge membership dues, we simply ask that you get involved by volunteering your time or you consider making a donation to help Bike Clark County to pedal on!
About the organization
Our volunteers are an important part of Bike Clark County and our programs. We rely on them to help and the perks are pretty good too! Contact the shop and see how you can connect to help out.
Bike Clark County is committed to providing an environment of diversity in which anyone is welcome to participate in our programs, activities, and events in order to learn about bicycle safety, maintenance, repair, and operation. Bike Clark County does not exclude or deny access to our shop, its programs, activities, and events to any person on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, veteran or legal status, age, gender or gender identity, or disability. Furthermore, Bike Clark County expects all of its staff, members, volunteers, and participants to promote a climate of diversity where everyone values individual and group differences, respects the perspectives of others, and communicates openly. However, Bike Clark County maintains the right to ask any person not able to publicly uphold these values during our programs, events, and activities at any location to leave the vicinity immediately.
Through community partnerships and the effort of volunteers, we promote bicycle access, education, safety and the enjoyment of cycling to the children and adults of SW Washington.
In simple terms, that translates to getting more people out riding bikes.
Our programs are usually free and made possible through generous donations. We provide as much financial assistance as possible by sharing resources and seeking on going funding to supplement the cost of our programs. Unfortunately BCC does not have the resources to fully subsidize every program. You are the best fundraiser for your own program but we can help.