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Bicycle sales are up 73% this year. Why? Because telling people they have to stay inside does not bode well. Instead, they dust off their old bike or buy a new bike and hit the trails. But how do you get to that trail? What if you’re a person who lives in the city and...
Riding the City Block by BlockLast week, Franklin & Marshall College Professor Doug Anthony came into our Queen Street Shop and mentioned he was riding the entirety of the city...block by block! We thought it was a pretty cool undertaking and asked him to share a...
Here at The Common Wheel, we believe that the bicycle is a vehicle for freedom and happiness. But freedom is not something that we have seen for our Black friends and family since the first slaves were kidnapped and forcefully brought to this country. Since 1619...
Adriana spent most of her life fearing bikes due to an early accident. The Common Wheel helped her overcome all that.
Velarmino, a Cuban immigrant, inspired us to create our Bikes For All program, which provides bike transportation resources for immigrants, refugees, and others in need.
Eva is a busy nonprofit leader in our community. But, she’s not too busy to bike!
Remembering Maryann’s spirit and passion continue to inspire us everyday. Learn more about her legacy.
The skills Tyler learned in our Earn-a-Bike program inspired his next move: technical career education.
Through volunteering, Emily has learned to love sharing her passion for biking with others!
Boniface, a refugee from Rwanda, discovered his passion for bikes in our Earn-a-Bike program.