Earn a free bicycle at The Pedal Factory. Completing a checklist involving a bit of learning and a bit of volunteer work in the shop can earn anyone in the community an overhauled, functional bicycle to use for recreation or transportation.
The shop is open every week on Tuesdays 12-6, Wednesday 12PM-6PM and each Thursday 12-6 pm. This is a time where anyone can come in and make repairs to their personal bikes using our shop, tools and used parts selections. Drop off repairs, sales and bike fittings are also available during open shop hours, and appointments are encouraged. We have a selection of used bikes and parts for sale, retail merchandise and some new parts as well. Please contact us to make an appointment or to arrange donation drop offs outside these hours. When we have staff and volunteer availability, we may schedule saturday open shop time and/or host community events.
The Pedal Factory is also home to LOTS of used parts, bike frames and gear - used parts may be purchased through volunteer time as well as monetary donation. You never know what you'll find in our inventory - and it changes often! Got gear or parts to get rid of? We will take your donations gladly!
We rely on the generosity of donors to keep our community’s pedals turning. From securing a space to build and store bikes, to purchasing needed parts, to providing a kid with their very own bike, it takes donations and volunteers of all kinds to get the job done! When you give to the Pedal Factory, you help strengthen the Salisbury community. All donations are tax-deductible. Give on a monthly basis and keep the love going all year long.
At $5/month you’ll sponsor one complete youth earn a bike (bike, helmet, lock and lights)
At $10/month you’ll have sponsored one complete adult Earn a Bike (bike, helmet, lock and lights)
For $25/month we can provide 12 no cost repairs to those in our community who most need reliable transportation
$50/month provides four “Let’s Ride, Rowan” kids bike riding lessons for our community.
$100/month allows us to install and maintain a public work stand in town, providing tools and a pump when our shop doors are closed.