Pierre’s Pedal Project is sponsored by TVCR and supported by other community partners with the aim of getting salvaged and unused bikes into the hands of people who could use them.  Run by our super-volunteer John Beller, he refurbishes each bike salvaged from the scrap metal pile back to its former glory.





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The project will rescue old bicycles and salvage bike parts from the Transfer Station metal pile. These bikes along with donated bikes sitting unused in garages and thrift stores, will be restored to their former glory and made available at a low cost to community members in need. Teton Valley is a biking community and there are some great bikes out there that just need a little love.



Many lower income families don’t have access to a bike which could be great for their kids or for themselves to commute or recreate.  Pierre’s Pedal Project aims to save usable bikes from the scrap piles and get them into the hands of those in need.  This project will help build the next generation of bike enthusiasts at the same time diverting waste from the landfill.

Click to read more about Pierre’s Pedal Project in the Teton Valley News!