|Shop Programs and Retail Sales Hours|
|Monday 4-8pm - Volunteer Night||Tuesday 5-9pm - Retail|
|Tuesday 4-8pm - Women and Trans Night||Wednesday 4-8pm - Open Shop|
|Saturday 12-5pm Open Shop||Saturday 12-5pm - Open Shop|
We will be closed Monday January 6th due to extreme weather.
A weather advisory has been issued for Monday and as such we will not be open for volunteer night. Please stay warm.
New Video about Our Bike Library Program: Aprendiendo a Pedalear (Learning to Pedal)
The woman in the above video learned how to ride a bicycle through the Community Partners Bike Library's Learn to Ride programming over the summer! Here, she speaks about her motivation for learning to ride, how she has gained confidence by practicing, and the positive impacts of learning something new. It's a beautiful story! (Spanish, with English subtitles.)
Cycles for Change moved to Fall/Winter Hours
Cycles for Change Fall/Winter hours last from October 15 to April 15. These hours are:
- Monday Volunteer Night - 4-8pm
- Tuesday Retail - CLOSED
- Tuesday Women's and Trans Night - 5-8pm
- Wednesday Open Shop - 4-8pm
- Thursday Retail - CLOSED
- Saturday Open Shop - 12-5pm
- Sunday Retail - CLOSED
How to Find Us
Sibley Bike Depot is Cycles for Change
Sibley Bike Depot is now Cycles for Change! After considering more than 100 different new name suggestions over the winter, the organization chose Cycles for Change (C4C) as a name that more closely embodies the organization’s continuing vision for utilizing the bicycle as a tool for community building, sustainability, leadership development, and progressive social change. We understand that this change will take some time to get used to. Please help spread the word by telling your family, friends and colleagues about the name change!
Asa Diebolt designed our amazing new logo and visual identity.
Earn-a-Bike Program Featured in Star Tribune
The Star Tribune has published a great article about our Earn-a-Bike program at Cycles for Change!
Press for Cycles for Change in Bicycle Times Magazine!
Check out this article on the growing popularity of cycling in the Twin Cities, and the bike-centered social justice movement that is growing with it.
Cycles for Change Partners with Gordon Parks High School
Cycles for Change is very excited about our partnership with Gordon Parks High School to teach basic bicycle maintenance for Physical Education credit. The Students from Gordon Parks created a video to highlight their school, and featured our partnership. Watch and enjoy:
Combine biking and bussing as transportation!
Have you ever wanted know how to put your bicycle on a bus? C4C is excited to have a new MetroTransit rack for you to try. Stop by anytime during our shop hours and give it a try. If you have any questions we are here to help. Feel free to look at this resource from Metrotransit.
See what people are saying about us In The News!
Are you looking for a way to help C4C? Do you have time to devote outside of open hours? Check out a list of projects with which we would love help.