About Us

Mission

Queen City Bicycle Collective’s mission is to get, and keep, the Manchester community riding bicycles, safely and  affordably.

We provide space, tools, and equipment, so that community members can repair their bicycles at minimal cost, with our help. We also accept donated bicycles, salvage useful parts & recycle them, or return them to working order & sell them at an affordable price.

Meet our Staff

Abby Easterly

Volunteer Executive Director

Having seen the impact of BICAS in Tucson, Abby has long wanted to see a community bike shop in Manchester. She is proud of how far its come and grateful for all the support its received, along the way.

Tammy Zamoyski

Communications & Support Manager

Tammy is bringing fresh energy and passion to the team! With a background in urban planning, she has been a strong bicycle advocate and non-profit leader over the past ten years. She is excited to help QC Bike Collective grow in a sustainable manner.

Tyler Glodt

Shop Manager

Tyler’s passion is helping folks fix their bicycles.
And sleeping-in!

Anuvi Rosario

Mechanic in Training

Zachary Nunnink

Mechanic

Hailing from the land of Apizza, Zach came to Manch to build rad bikes and help you fix yours!
Oh, and to teach, of course!

Thanks Zach!

Marlee Townsend

Communications & Support Manager

Marlee is an experienced communications specialist & nonprofit professional. Her favorite thing to do is tell stories — through words, images, videos, or experiences — that make the world a better place. She believes in community-based solutions rooted in sustainability and justice.

Meet our Board

Diane Brewster

Treasurer

Tyler Glodt

Jason Record

Abbie Briscoe-Griffiths

Matthew Grote

President

Peter Tamposi

Kyle Winters

Abby Easterly

Kim Keegan

Kyle Viator

Secretary

Our History

In January 2020, we welcomed 6 new members to our Board of Directors who are passionate about our work and our mission.

In mid March 2020, we closed operations in response to the COVID-19 situation.

We reopened in April 2020 after reimagining our operations: hiring a strong mechanic and conducting operations via appointment.

In August 2020, we were able to hire our apprentice mechanic.

We would like to thank S&W Sports, Bike Barn, Cycles Etc & Jake’s Bike Shop for their generous support.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the Greater Manchester community for all of the support they continue to show us!

Blog

Why QC Bike? #2 = EARN-a-BIKE

December 2018 Remember your first bike? The only thing better than that is kid who EARNED their own bike and learned how to ride it safely and responsibly. This is…

Why QC Bike Collective? #1 = OPEN SHOP

There are many benefits to a non-profit, community bike shop and we are going to try to articulate some of them in the weeks to come. It is important to…
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