The Max Mobile Fix-It

We know that many of the kids who receive bikes from BBP through the Y-POP programs don't always have the means to fix their bikes or get to BBP for Free Kids Fix-It. So, we decided to take our repair station on the road!

From April-October, BBP mechanics & volunteers pedal our Mobile Bike Repair trailer to community centers and schools around Boise. We put the tools in kids' hands and guide them through fixing their bikes. Within just two hours, their bikes are riding as good as new, and they're ready to roll!

If you know of an area in need of mobile fix-it email Adam at

Sign-up here to volunteer at a BBP Mobile Fix-It!

Youth Path of Opportunity Program (Y-POP)

Y-POP is an ongoing educational program at the Boise Bicycle Project that creates a path of opportunity for youth 4-18 years old to experience all of the benefits of bicycling and bicycle repair. The goal of Y-POP is to keep kids from all backgrounds riding, learning, and active in the community. 


Trailhead Paths (4-11 years old)

Bikes For Kids / B.A.S.H. (2ND SAT. 9:00-11:00 AM)

BBP provides free bicycles and helmets for kids 4-11 years old. To receive a free bicycle, kids must complete a 1 hour Kids B.A.S.H. (Bicycle Skills and Safety Hour). Kid’s B.A.S.H.’s are usually held on the 2nd Saturday from April-October. The class features a 30 minute lesson followed by 30 minutes of on-bike exercises.

The class is open to anyone, but participants wishing to receive free bicycle and helmet must register ahead of time. When registering, we will need your child's height in inches. Parents/guardians must be present during the class. 

  • April 14, 2018 B.A.S.H. - Registration is April 4 - April 11
  • May 12, 2018 B.A.S.H. - Registration is May 2 - May 9
  • June 9, 2018 B.A.S.H. - Registration is May 30 - June 6
  • July 14, 2018 B.A.S.H. - Registration is July 5 - July 11
  • August 11, 2018 B.A.S.H. - Registration is August 1 - August 8
  • September 8, 2018 B.A.S.H - Registration is August 29 - September 25
  • October 13, 2018 B.A.S.H. - Registration is October 3 - October 10

Call 208-429-6520 to register. Please note that registration for each B.A.S.H. may fill before the end of the registration period. 

 If you're interested in helping out at a Kid's B.A.S.H., click here to sign up!


Kid’s Fix-it Night (3RD THUR. 6-8PM)

On the 3rd Thursday of every month, past BBP kids bike recipients and qualifying kids may come to the shop (accompanied by an adult) to work hands on with an amazing volunteer mechanic to repair/maintain their bicycle for free.

If your kids-based organization wants to schedule a night to bring bikes down for free and fun help with repairs, contact Adam at or call 208-429-6520.

Higher Path (12-18 years old)

Youth Work Trade

During Youth Open Shop, youth can build credit for shop time, membership, and used bicycle parts by contributing time to BBP’s other community programs. 1/2 hour = $10 credit

Youth Earn-a-Bike

Youth ages 12-18 can earn a FREE bike at the Boise Bicycle Project by attending six, two hour sessions. Youth who already have a bicycle of their own can choose to earn a bike for a friend or family member or to earn-a-bike for youth receiving bikes through our monthly Kids B.A.S.H.s. Each session will cover bicycle maintenance and safety as well as provide a time for youth to wrench on their new bike! Once a YEAB student has completed six sessions, including a riding skills and safety course, the bike will be theirs to take home! In addition to the Bike, YEAB participants receive lights, a lock, a helmet, and the skills to keep them and their rad bike rolling.

YEAB classes run on Tuesdays 4:30-6:30PM and Saturdays 3-5PM. Email to get registered!

Christmas Kids Bike Giveaway (Dec), Ages 4-11

Every December, BBP hosts a massive kids bike giveaway for kids 4-11 years old. Kids are referred by local non-profit organizations, schools, social workers, after school programs, and other like-minded organizations. In 2016, BBP donated 354 bikes in one day.

For registration and other Kids Bike Giveaway information, please call 208-429-6520 or email Adam at