Stanford Bicycle Project
The Stanford Bicycle Project is a registered community-service organization at Stanford University focused on promoting bicycle safety, sustainability and self-reliance. Founded in 2015, the Stanford Bicycle Project represents a strong team of student-mechanics who are passionate about cycling, engineering and helping their community. Originally endowed with a focus on both holding free bicycle repair classes and repairing abandoned bicycles for donation, the Stanford Bicycle Project has since expanded to include a partnership with the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Peninsula, an annual Bike Drive held each June and the creation and maintenance of bicycle repair stands in dorms across Stanford’s campus.
Service required by group to fulfill a Cardinal Commitment: Volunteers will participate in the planning and preparation for regular events held on campus, giving students an opportunity to build on their own understanding of bikes and bike culture while allowing them to create a positive impact on campus. To fulfill a Cardinal Commitment, volunteers must remain involved consistently for 3 quarters or more.
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