The Bicycle Tree is a nonprofit community bicycle center.
We support bicyclists and are working to build healthy, bicycle-friendly communities through advocacy, activities, and education.


We offer bicycle maintenance workshops where we help you learn to repair and maintain your bike. We provide tools and repair stands - our volunteer mechanics are at hand to provide as much help as you need. We also hold community bike rides and engage in advocacy work.

We believe everyone who rides a bike deserves to have the skills and facilities that make bicycling safe, reliable, and enjoyable. We exist to bring people together so that bicycling awareness and involvement can grow and spread throughout the communities in which we live. (Read More)
 
 

Transported: Brenda Yancor & Leslie Caldera speaking at the Bicycle Tree Sat., Nov. 15th, 8-11 pm

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Join us on Sat., Nov. 15th, 8-11 pm at The Bicycle Tree where Brenda Yancor and Leslie Caldera will be sharing their incredible bicycling experiences. Free admission and snacks; drinks, beer, and wine will be available for purchase. #transported #thebicycletree #AmazingButTrue  

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Bicycle Swap Meet set for Sunday, June 22nd!

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The Bicycle Tree will be hosting a Bicycle Swap Meet on Sunday, June 22nd from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm in the parking lot behind our shop! Open to the public, entrance is free! Come to buy, sell, and trade bikes, parts, and accessories! We’ll have music, food, and drinks to energize the masses. Vendors: […]

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Leaflet – Spring 2014

Spring 2014 Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Maintenance Workshops 3. Classes 4. Wrench and Ride 5. Wheels of Possibility 6. County of Orange Probation Department bicycle repair program 7. Bicycle safety, infrastructure, and advocacy 8. Project SAY Cycling Team 9. Upcoming: OCTA and City of Santa Ana Bike to Work event 10. Upcoming: Bike to Nature! […]

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Free Bike-In Movie: Bicycle Thieves

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Please join us on Saturday, May 31st at 8:00 pm for a free screening of director Vittorio De Sicca’s “Bicycle Thieves” on our lovely back patio at 811 N. Main St., Santa Ana, 92701. Ride your bike over to get in the proper mood! Free bike valet available. Snacks and drinks will be available for […]

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Bike to Nature: Coal Canyon

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On Sunday, May 18th, The Bicycle Tree will again be partnering with Naturalist for You to bring you a Bike to Nature bike ride and hike. This time, we will ride along the Santa Ana River Trail to Coal Canyon for an approximately two mile hike. Throughout the trip, the expert naturalists of Naturalist for […]

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