About Us


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

Hannah Aube


With Vermont at heart, Hannah makes the most of Manchester and makes sure we account for our work!

Tyler Glodt

Executive Director

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

Rene Barcomb

Apprentice Mechanic

A Nashua native, Rene has quickly found a home in Manchester and is just as quickly building his skills as a mechanic.

Susan Nallan

Business Administration

Susan brings her strong, professional experience to elevate all aspects our work.

Wes Wiggins

Master Mechanic

With over 20 years of shop experience, Wes joins us as one of New England’s strongest mechanics, sure to solve any problem that may ever come on two wheels!

Marie Caron

Volunteer Coordinator

If you are interested in volunteering, haven’t been by in a while, or are late for your shift, Marie will find you!
Thanks Marie!

Zachary Nunnink

Mechanic Emeritus

Hailing from the land of Apizza, Zach came to Manch to lead gravel rides and make weird builds.
Oh, and to teach, of course!

Thanks Zach!

Meet our Board

Abby Easterly


Kim Keegan

Kyle Viator


Tyler Glodt

Peter in a kayak

Peter Tamposi

Kyle Winters

Matthew Grote


Florian "Flo" Tschurtschenthaler

Jenna Bee Wolf

Our History

In May 2022, we once again delivered Earn-a-Bikes to Gossler Park and Beech Street Schools with the support of Elliot Health Systems and Manchester Health Department

In the summer of 2022, we hired Hannah Aube (Bookkeeping), Rene Barcomb (Mechanic Apprentice), Marie Caron (Volunteer Coordinator), Susan Nallan (Business Administration), and Wes Wiggins (Lead Mechanic).

We closed out the year having received nearly 1000 donated bicycles!

We would like to thank S&W Sports, Trek Bicycle Hooksett, 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!


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