The Bicycle Tree is a nonprofit group that supports bicyclists and is working to make Orange County a better place to ride a bike. We provide 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 fun 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)

Workshop and Celebration this Saturday, Jan. 25th!


Dear friends and supporters of The Bicycle Tree, We invite you to join us this coming Saturday, January 25th from 6-9 pm at our new location at 811 N. Main St. (Main and 9th) in Santa Ana as we celebrate our new home, which would not have been possible without the support of so many […]


We have the keys!


  We have the key to our new set location at 811 N. Main St. in Santa Ana! May your new year be filled with open doors and new beginnings!


We’ve signed the lease!

Dear friends and supporters of The Bicycle Tree, It is with great joy that we are able to announce that we have signed the lease on a set location for The Bicycle Tree! We will be located at 811 N. Main St. (Main and 9th) in Santa Ana! This 1,250 sq. ft facility will offer […]


We’ve launched an Indiegogo fundraising campaign!

We’re using Indiegogo to help us cover some of the costs of establishing The Bicycle Tree in a set location! Please visit the page and consider a contribution! Also, please share!  


Leaflet – Summer 2013

  Summer 2013 Contents: 1. Recent and new activities 2. Opening by January 2014! 3. We have a new website! 4. Now on Twitter and Instagram 5. Revised Case Statement and Strategic Plan 6. Upcoming 7. Volunteers Wanted! 8. Thank you to our donors!   1. Recent Activities Friends and Supporters, In the months since […]