Here are our by-laws (

I would also suggest talking to Travis Miller (if he isn't involved already).  He handles the bike collection and Yellow Bike project at Burning Man -- and that would be an awesome source of bikes for you.

On Mon, Oct 13, 2008 at 3:52 PM, reno bikes <> wrote:

To Whom It May Concern:

            The Reno Bike Project, a non-profit, community-based organization in Reno, Nevada, is in the process of drafting bylaws. The Reno Bike Project is committed to producing an outlet that will encourage all forms of cycling, including personal health, alternative transportation, cycling activism, as well as cycling arts and culture throughout the Reno/Truckee Meadows area. Our goal is to make Reno a more eco-friendly, healthy, culturally rich and communal city through cycling awareness and improved resources. We are hoping that some similar organizations might share their own corporate bylaws so we can get an idea of what people are using, what works, what doesn't. Any information you can offer would be appreciated.


                                    Gabriel Urza

                                    Reno Bike Project Board of Directors

Wed-Sat 12-6pm
541 E. 4th Street.
Reno, NV 89512

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The mission of the Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective is to promote cycling as an effective and sustainable form of transportation and as a cornerstone of a cleaner, healthier, and safer society. The Bicycle Collective provides refurbished bicycles and educational programs to the community, focusing on children and lower income households.