Jan
22
Sat
Open Shop: Community Repair Space! @ Bike Works Warehouse
Jan 22 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

What is Open Shop?

A self-directed space for adults to use our tools and repair stands with the help of a professional mechanic. Open Shop is a friendly, safe, and non-judgmental environment to empower yourself to learn mechanics, help others, and build community! Fix that flat tire from last spring, or change your handlebars to a comfort bar for commuting. There is no better way to demystify your bike than taking a wrench to it yourself!

Who can use the space?

  • Open Shop is for adults only (+18). Check out our Youth Programs for information about youth mechanics classes & volunteer opportunities.
  • Masks required.
  • First come, first served. Up to 4 people at a time. 
  • Any work performed on your bike during open shop is your responsibility.

How much does it cost?

  • Pay what you can + parts.
  • Suggested cost of $10-20/hour depending on level of assistance required.

Where is Open Shop?

Open Shop takes place in the heart of the Recycle & Reuse department, the Bike Works Warehouse. The Warehouse is located at 3715 S Hudson St. Seattle, WA 98118 – follow the driveway to the back of the building (park on the street and walk down the driveway or bike right on up to the front door).


Bike Works promotes the bicycle as a vehicle for change to empower youth and build resilient communities. To get involved, consider volunteering or taking a class!

It Saturday doesn’t fit with your schedule then check out another community resource just up the street from Bike Works – The Bikery! They are all about providing space for you to learn how to fix your bike yourself, just like Bike Works. Rad.

Jan
24
Mon
Bicycle Donations @ Bike Works Warehouse 11am-5pm
Jan 24 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

Jan
31
Mon
Bicycle Donations @ Bike Works Warehouse 11am-5pm
Jan 31 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

Feb
5
Sat
Warehouse Open @ Bike Works Warehouse
Feb 5 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Come shop at the Warehouse! Members of the public are welcome to dig through bins and browse for as-is bikes, used parts, and accessories.

First come, first served, with a 2-3 maximum occupancy, a two bike purchase limit, and a time limit depending on wait times.

The Warehouse is located down the driveway off of S Hudson St, with the Bike Works brick office building on the left side.

Feb
7
Mon
Bicycle Donations @ Bike Works Warehouse 11am-5pm
Feb 7 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

Feb
12
Sat
Open Shop: Community Repair Space! @ Bike Works Warehouse
Feb 12 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

What is Open Shop?

A self-directed space for adults to use our tools and repair stands with the help of a professional mechanic. Open Shop is a friendly, safe, and non-judgmental environment to empower yourself to learn mechanics, help others, and build community! Fix that flat tire from last spring, or change your handlebars to a comfort bar for commuting. There is no better way to demystify your bike than taking a wrench to it yourself!

Who can use the space?

  • Open Shop is for adults only (+18). Check out our Youth Programs for information about youth mechanics classes & volunteer opportunities.
  • Masks required.
  • First come, first served. Up to 4 people at a time. 
  • Any work performed on your bike during open shop is your responsibility.

How much does it cost?

  • Pay what you can + parts.
  • Suggested cost of $10-20/hour depending on level of assistance required.

Where is Open Shop?

Open Shop takes place in the heart of the Recycle & Reuse department, the Bike Works Warehouse. The Warehouse is located at 3715 S Hudson St. Seattle, WA 98118 – follow the driveway to the back of the building (park on the street and walk down the driveway or bike right on up to the front door).


Bike Works promotes the bicycle as a vehicle for change to empower youth and build resilient communities. To get involved, consider volunteering or taking a class!

It Saturday doesn’t fit with your schedule then check out another community resource just up the street from Bike Works – The Bikery! They are all about providing space for you to learn how to fix your bike yourself, just like Bike Works. Rad.

Feb
14
Mon
Bicycle Donations @ Bike Works Warehouse 11am-5pm
Feb 14 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

Feb
19
Sat
Warehouse Open @ Bike Works Warehouse
Feb 19 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Come shop at the Warehouse! Members of the public are welcome to dig through bins and browse for as-is bikes, used parts, and accessories.

First come, first served, with a 2-3 maximum occupancy, a two bike purchase limit, and a time limit depending on wait times.

The Warehouse is located down the driveway off of S Hudson St, with the Bike Works brick office building on the left side.

Feb
21
Mon
Bicycle Donations @ Bike Works Warehouse 11am-5pm
Feb 21 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

Feb
26
Sat
Open Shop: Community Repair Space! @ Bike Works Warehouse
Feb 26 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

What is Open Shop?

A self-directed space for adults to use our tools and repair stands with the help of a professional mechanic. Open Shop is a friendly, safe, and non-judgmental environment to empower yourself to learn mechanics, help others, and build community! Fix that flat tire from last spring, or change your handlebars to a comfort bar for commuting. There is no better way to demystify your bike than taking a wrench to it yourself!

Who can use the space?

  • Open Shop is for adults only (+18). Check out our Youth Programs for information about youth mechanics classes & volunteer opportunities.
  • Masks required.
  • First come, first served. Up to 4 people at a time. 
  • Any work performed on your bike during open shop is your responsibility.

How much does it cost?

  • Pay what you can + parts.
  • Suggested cost of $10-20/hour depending on level of assistance required.

Where is Open Shop?

Open Shop takes place in the heart of the Recycle & Reuse department, the Bike Works Warehouse. The Warehouse is located at 3715 S Hudson St. Seattle, WA 98118 – follow the driveway to the back of the building (park on the street and walk down the driveway or bike right on up to the front door).


Bike Works promotes the bicycle as a vehicle for change to empower youth and build resilient communities. To get involved, consider volunteering or taking a class!

It Saturday doesn’t fit with your schedule then check out another community resource just up the street from Bike Works – The Bikery! They are all about providing space for you to learn how to fix your bike yourself, just like Bike Works. Rad.