KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Gas prices are only going up, as overnight the cost per gallon jumped up 10 cents in the metro area. Analyst estimate the cost could easily hit five dollars by summer.
But there are ways to get around the price at the pump if you are willing to sacrifice your ride.
Robert Bryant is a couple hours away from working off the 10 hours of volunteer work needed to get a bicycle. Bryant is taking advantage of the Earn a Bike Program offered by the non-profit organization Revolve Community Bike Shop, where he is fixing bikes to earn one of his own.
"Just recently I got my bike stolen from inside my apartment complex," said Bryant.
"If you have 10 dollars any bicycle is yours, if not you can earn one by taking a safety course or volunteer for 10 hours," said Elizabeth Bejan of the Revolve Community Bike Shop
Since Revolve opened up in August about 50 people have earned a bike. Starting this spring, they will be hosting bike donation drop-offs throughout the metro.
For more information on Revolve click here.