Who We Are 

Bike Share for All is a free community resource built by Bay Area residents. We are made up of nonprofit and community-based organizations that range from pressuring the state of California to fund transportation equity initiatives to organizing community rides in Black and Brown neighborhoods. We've come together to spread the word about bike share and it's potential to support our communities as well as advocating for more affordability and greater access.

Learn more about each organization and discover bike-related resources in your neighborhood!

San Francisco


San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

Hayes Valley

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is a member-driven advocacy organization that promotes the bicycle for everyday transportation through grassroots organizing, education and working partnerships with City agencies and community groups.


San Francisco Yellow Bike Project

Civic Center / Tenderloin

The San Francisco Yellow Bike Project is a nonprofit community bike shop in the Tenderloin. We offer affordable, full-service bicycle repair by day and community DIY shops by night, where we share tools, parts and knowledge helping more people access safe bikes.


Chinese Newcomers Service Center 


The Chinese Newcomers Service Center (CNSC) is a multi-service nonprofit organization that provides underserved communities with social, economic, workforce, and business services to transform their lives. CNSC partners with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition to provide free bicycles for low-income families in the community.


East Bay

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Bike East Bay

Jack London Square

Bike East Bay works to improve access to biking, walking and transit in the Bay, with particular attention to underserved communities.  In addition to advocacy work, Bike East Bay provides free bicycle classes for all ages to help make bicycling safe, fun and accessible.



Downtown Oakland

Transform teams up with local governments and nonprofit organizations to create transportation solutions that work for all communities, regardless of race, income, or ability. 


Cycles of Change

East Oakland

Since 1998, Cycles of Change has helped create healthier communities by providing youth and adults with school-based bicycle safety education, job training, watershed earn-a-bike programs, bike mechanics training, bike rodeos, community bike shop, and more.


Scraper Bike Team

East Oakland

The Scraper Bike Team is a nonprofit organization that focuses on bike mechanics, bike safety, and bike customization. The Scraper Bike Team offer workshops in partnership with the Oakland Public Library to youth living in the Deep East Oakland neighborhood.


San Jose


Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition

Downtown San Jose

Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition provides bike safety skills training, community bike rides, and policy expertise to build healthier communities in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.