Community Cycles is excited to be one of six organizations statewide to receive a grant from the Colorado Energy Office to launch a pilot program that will provide electric bicycles to frontline, essential workers in our community.

Electric bicycles (ebikes) can be a game-changer. They can help people easily commute by bicycle over longer distances and hilly terrain. Bringing ebikes to our low-income essential workers — our friends and neighbors — will help them and their families succeed economically by reducing automobile expenses, and will let them be part of the movement in our community for cleaner air and low-carbon transportation.

With partners including Small Planet eBikes, the City of Boulder, University of Colorado, Boulder Community Health, Boulder County Housing and Human Services, Boulder County Sustainability Office, Boulder Bike Sharing, Boulder Housing Partners and People for Bikes, Community Cycles will get eBikes to 100 low-income essential workers.

Contact Sandee Cirian,, for further details.