The Bike Library schedules volunteers and volunteers log hours using the Volunteer Portal. After filling out this form, use your EMAIL to LOGIN and the short password you will create.

After logging in, to sign-up to volunteer click: CHECK YOUR SCHEDULE or MY SCHEDULE (and on the mobil app click My Schedule then Self-Scheduling)

LOG YOUR HOURS by loggin in and clicking on the TIMESHEET tab.

Thank you for helping get more people on bicycles by volunteering your time and talents!

Peace and grease,




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Bike Library Safer Space Policy

Ensuring that all volunteers and patrons feel welcome, safe, and respected is especially important to us all.

The Bike Library’s safer space policy is intended to help this community shop be a supportive, non threatening environment for all who participate. We want this space to be welcoming and engaging, and we encourage everyone - visitors, volunteers, staff, patrons, donors - to be proactive in creating an atmosphere where the safety and inclusion of others is validated.

By entering the Bike Library, and/or participating in the activities of the Bike Library, you agree to abide by these guidelines:

Be aware of your prejudices and privileges and the space you take up at the Bike Library.

Respect everyone’s physical and emotional boundaries. Ask first before touching, and listen and change your behavior if someone tells you that you are making them uncomfortable.

Commit to hearing each other and creating opportunities for all voices to be heard.

A commitment to mutual respect, mutual aid, anti-oppression advocacy and, supporting the empowerment of each person and group.

Be responsible for you own actions. Be aware that your actions have an effect on others despite what your intentions may be.

Respect the pronouns and names of everyone. Do not assume anyone’s gender identity, sexual preference, survivor status, economic status, background, health, etc.

Respect people’s opinions, beliefs, experiences and differing points of view.

Be aware if there are small children and/or animals in the shop. Do not leave anything within their reach that might endanger them.

Volunteers and staffers at the BIke Library are empowered to enforce these rules. If you cannot abide by the guidelines mentioned above, the Bike Library reserves the right to ask you to leave.

This is no space for oppressive behavior of any kind. Oppressive behavior is any conduct, including language, that demeans, marginalizes, rejects, threatens or harms anyone on the basis of ability, age, culture background, education, ethnicity, gender, immigration status, income, language, nationality, physical appearance, race, religion, self-expression, sexual orientation, size, or other factors.

If you experience oppressive behavior during your time at the Bike Library, please approach a keyholder, board member, executive director, or anyone within the Bike Library with whom you feel comfortable. We are here to help with any conflicts arising from the violation of our policies.

We welcome the continuing discussion about and improvement of the Bike Library Safe Space Policy.