The Boise Bicycle Project is gearing up for their largest bike drive to date.
On Saturday, Sept. 30, the public is invited to drop off their unneeded bikes at any Primary Health Urgent Care location in the Treasure Valley.
"We think the option of dropping it off at your neighborhood Primary Health is quite appealing," David Peterman, M.D., Primary Health CEO and pediatrician, said. “It isn’t always convenient to load up an extra bike and drive it to Boise Bicycle Project in downtown Boise. In addition to being low-cost and convenient, biking is very good for overall health. We look forward to helping put even more bicycles directly into the hands of our neighbors so they can experience those benefits.”
Bicycles in any condition will be accepted as they will be refurbished or used for parts by BBP volunteers and partner programs.