Welcome to Cycles for Change

The mission of Cycles for Change is to build a diverse and empowered community of bicyclists. C4C implements a variety of programs that support people in getting access to a used bicycle, free bicycle repair, training in safe, confident cycling, and opportunities to help grow a broad-based, equitable bicycling movement. C4C’s operates two community bicycle education and repair shops in St. Paul and Minneapolis.

 

From the Blog

The Importance of Space

By: Tom Parker, Program Associate As the child of a deceased father, I often find my dad in the people and places around me. It is this inherent, daily means of keeping him close to me and allowing the parts of him that I knew to continue to live. One way that I have done … Read moreThe Importance of Space

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March Community Artist in the Shop

Our next community artist on display at our shop is Nancy Musinguzi. BIO Nancy Musinguzi is a visual storyteller, teaching artist and freelance photojournalist working and living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As a documentary photographer chronicling the contemporary American experience through a first-generation Black Queer lens, their artist practice consists of experimenting with both traditional and … Read moreMarch Community Artist in the Shop

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What Are E-Bikes and Should YOU Try One?

Throughout the year, our staff members will be providing blog readers with maintenance and mechanics articles on different skills, knowledge, and tips for safe riding. In this article, Andrew Magill informs us on E-Bikes. E-Bikes, or electric assist bicycles, are rapidly becoming a more common sight on streets and bike trails. They have already been popular in Europe and some … Read moreWhat Are E-Bikes and Should YOU Try One?

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