FB4K Partners

FB4K does not distribute bicycles to individuals – but we get this question a lot: are you an individual seeking a bike for your family? Connect with one of these local partners.

Santa Fe

Chainbreaker Collective


Esperanza Bicycle Safety & Resource Center

Las Cruces

Condor Cycles / Bikes for Juarez


Silver Stallion

2022 Recipient Organizations

The Free Bikes 4 Kidz 2022 bicycle distribution would not be possible without the involvement of these incredible partner organizations serving local New Mexico communities.

Albuquerque Heading Home

Albuquerque Heading Home is a Housing First collaboration of public, private and non-profit organizations who united in 2011 to end homelessness for individuals who have been chronically homeless and are medically vulnerable. More than 800 individuals and their family members have been placed in permanent supportive housing since the Albuquerque Heading Home initiative started in 2011. learn more

Chainbreaker Collective

Chainbreaker is a membership-based economic and environmental justice organization. We work to expand access to affordable transportation and sustainable communities for working people in Santa Fe and surrounding areas. Chainbreaker believes that all people have a right to have full access to the city in which we live, work and play. learn more

Day of the Tread

Day of the Tread is a Day of the Dead – Halloween, themed bicycling event for cyclists of all ages and skill levels. There is adventure for everyone. Bike the Annual Day of the Tread and your registration supports local youth through advocacy and a bike giveaway program. learn more

Espanola Public Schools

Española Public Schools serves 2,965 students throughout its 13 schools. The district proudly serves students in Española, Truchas, Chimayo, Santa Cruz, Sombrillo, Ranchitos, Alcalde, Velarde, Dixon, Hernandez, Rio Chama and Abiquiu areas, as well as many smaller communities throughout the expanded Española Valley. Española Public Schools also serves the Ohkay Owingeh and Santa Clara Pueblos. learn more

NavajoYES / Diné Bike Project

NavajoYES began offering outdoor adventures for youth in the Shonto community in 1988. Since that time, they have been involved in offering positive programs and activities for youth and communities across the Navajo Nation, with over 300 outings at Navajo Mountain, Chuskas, LCR, Grand Canyon, Carrizo Mountains and Rainbow Bridge.learn more

NICA New Mexico / Santa Fe Rattlers

The Santa Fe Rattlers are Santa Fe’s youth mountain biking team. They are are a part of the New Mexico Interscholastic Cycling League. NMICL develops interscholastic mountain biking programs for student-athletes across the New Mexico. The Santa Fe Rattler’s are a composite team which means we welcome ALL kids in the Santa Fe area from the 6th through 12th grade. learn more

NMX Sports / Warehouse 508

Established in 2009 as Warehouse 508, Albuquerque’s Downtown Youth Art and Entertainment Center allows for youth immersion in the Creative Arts. Warehouse 508 is a venue for creativity, a lab, an incubator of possibilities, and a safe, structured environment where young people have the opportunity to explore the world through the arts. Warehouse 508 is operated by New Mexico Xtreme Sports Association (NMX); together they provide urban arts and extreme sports programs for young people ages 11-20. Both work for that moment when a young person is inspired by his or her personal potential. learn more

Santa Fe Public Schools

At Santa Fe Public Schools (SFPS), educators lead with their heads and hearts. Their commitment is to provide the best education for all students and ensure that each has an equitable opportunity to succeed. Toward that end, school officials work together with broad and diverse stakeholders to provide a well-rounded education to every child that addresses their educational, physical, social and emotional needs. (Participating Schools: Aspen, Milagro Middle School, Sweeney Elementary) learn more

Silver Stallion

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit bike & coffee shop servicing the needs of Gallup, New Mexico and the surrounding, rural areas. The mission of Silver Stallion is to empower and develop youth and young adults vocational skills in the bicycle repair and specialty coffee industries. learn more

Special Olympics of New Mexico

Special Olympics New Mexico serves more than 3,700 athletes statewide, offering year-round training and competitions in 12 Olympic-style sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities (ID). They work to build inclusive communities, transform lives through sport, and improve the quality of life for their athletes.learn more