Holiday Hours

We will be closed through Monday, January 1st and normal shop hours will resume on Tuesday, January 2nd. Have a great New Year!

Wheels for Winners is 25 Years Old!

 Help us celebrate our 25th Anniversary by donating $25 on or before Giving Tuesday, November 28th. Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving that kicks off the charitable holiday season.   Summit Credit Union  has generously offered to match the first $1,000 we raise. In keeping with our 25th Anniversary, our fundraising goal is $2,500.  We will use the funds raised during this campaign to increase the number of pop-up bike maintenance clinics we hold throughout the community in 2018.    Click here to donate.  Thank you for your support!

Help us celebrate our 25th Anniversary by donating $25 on or before Giving Tuesday, November 28th. Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving that kicks off the charitable holiday season.

Summit Credit Union has generously offered to match the first $1,000 we raise. In keeping with our 25th Anniversary, our fundraising goal is $2,500.  We will use the funds raised during this campaign to increase the number of pop-up bike maintenance clinics we hold throughout the community in 2018. 

Click here to donate. Thank you for your support!

Leopold Elementary's Student Advocacy Team

 A lively group from Leopold Elementary's  Student Advocacy Team  came by to pick up their bicycles, helmets, and locks. With the help of  Healthy Kids Collaborative , this group of nominated 3rd-5th grade leaders met weekly to assess the health and wellness of their school grounds and local neighborhood. They created a presentation detailing strengths and challenges, and they provided suggestions for improvement. Their presentation was received by the Madison Bike Equity committee.

A lively group from Leopold Elementary's Student Advocacy Team came by to pick up their bicycles, helmets, and locks. With the help of Healthy Kids Collaborative, this group of nominated 3rd-5th grade leaders met weekly to assess the health and wellness of their school grounds and local neighborhood. They created a presentation detailing strengths and challenges, and they provided suggestions for improvement. Their presentation was received by the Madison Bike Equity committee.