Earn-a-Bike uses lessons in bicycle mechanics to build confidence, develop a sense of belonging and empower youth to collaborate in rich and meaningful ways.
GAP provides young adult participants the mechanic, retail and customer service skills to find meaningful employment, while fostering deep relationships and community connections.
Designed for First Nations Youth, our Full Cycle program is a school based bicycle program aimed at reducing risk factors and fostering healthy communities.
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I started GAP in late February and in the beginning of the program I was very shy and didn’t talk very much but with each week and getting to know the staff, my confidence grew more and more with each day of GAP.
Lately I’ve been hearing the voice of Ross Gellar in my head an awful lot. While he had many great lines over the seasons of the TV show Friends, there is one scene in particular that feels really relatable right now.
One of the flagship programs of Two Wheel View is our Earn-A-Bike program. Earn-A-Bike is a unique program that focuses on Social and Emotional Learning using the bike and bike maintenance as the teaching tool.
TWV Team Member