Nonprofit community bike center and shop,  Santa Ana, CA.

Making Orange County a better place to be a bicyclist since 2006

 
 
 
 

HOURS

Sunday:  1 - 5 pm
Monday:  Closed
Tuesday:  Closed for Programs
Wednesday:  3 - 9 pm
Thursday:  3 - 9 pm
Friday (Volunteers Only):  1 - 8 pm
Saturday:  11 am - 5 pm

contact

811 N. Main St.
Santa Ana, CA 92701

(714) 760-4681

info@thebicycletree.org

 

WHAT WE DO

We are a volunteer-powered nonprofit working together to make Orange County a better place to be a bicyclist. We do this is by helping bicyclists fix their own bikes, teaching bike repair, maintenance, and other bike-related subjects in our classes, advocating locally for bike-friendly infrastructure, donating bikes to those in need, a variety of fun activities including group rides, and our Wrench & Ride bike education program. Find out more!

 

Visit OUR shop

Our shop carries a range of quality secondhand bikes and new and used bike parts and accessories and gear. All proceeds fund our programs and advocacy work! Find out more about visiting our shop.

 

fix your bike

Our volunteer mechanics are on site to help you with as much help as you need to fix up your bike. If you prefer to fix it yourself, you can use our complete set of bike tools! Find out more about bike repair at The Bicycle Tree.

 
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about us

The Bicycle Tree started in 2006 with mobile bike repair workshops all around Orange County. In 2014, we opened our shop in Santa Ana. Read about our historyour mission, our Wrench & Ride bike education program, or check out our bylaws. Still have questions? Read our helpful FAQ or email us.

DONATE

Donations of bikes, bike parts, bike tools, or cycling gear are always welcome. Monetary donations are always welcome, too. Go to our donation page to find out more about making a donation to The Bicycle Tree. You can also support our work financially by becoming a member.

VOLUNTEER

Want to do your part to help build a more bike-friendly Orange County? Volunteer for us! Whether you're an experienced bicycle mechanic or you don't know the difference between a wrench and a tire lever, we can use your help! Find out more about becoming a volunteer with The Bicycle Tree.

ResOurces

This website contains an array of resources to help you become a savvy bicyclist. Navigate Orange County like a champ by reading our riding locally page, discover what it means to become a bike advocate, get to know other bike repair organizations, or read up on books and online resources.

 
 

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I feel empowered right now. You taught me something I've always wanted to do, and now I can do it myself.

—  DANIEL