Mission Statement 2016
Recycle Reclaim Empower
To expand bike culture and to provide southern Minnesota with an educational space to work on and recycle bikes.
Strategic Plan 2016
Appoint a new Executive Director. (Accomplished April, 2016)
Expand educational programming. (Ongoing with new Executive Director & volunteers)
Find a new location with running water, restroom and an intact roof. (Ongoing)
2017 Board of Directors
Acacia Wytaske — Executive Director
Brian Gosewisch — Chair
Zach Brooks — Vice Chair
Ty Benner– Secretary
Kim Rademaker — Treasurer
Eric Bunde — Member at large
Matthew “Paj” Pajunen – Member at large
Jessica Myer — Member at large
Tim Benner — Member at large
Brady Taylor — Member at large
We take in donated bikes, fix up what we can, and recycle the rest. We have tools on hand to help you get your bike road ready.
Key City Bike (KCB) is a recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. KCB exists today because of a legacy of community investment of knowledge, tools, hard work and donated bikes that has been in existence in Mankato since the early 2000′s.
First through the PACT Ministries’ Bikes for All program, then the ReBike Project Club, and now as a registered 501(c)(3) non profit organization, KCB is currently 100% volunteer operated via its members and the local community, depending upon them for every organizational function.