The Pedals2People Self-Service Bike Shop and Resource Center provides a place where you can learn to work on your bike. We have trained bike mechanics and volunteers to help you. We welcome you to visit, borrow resource materials, bring your own bike to work on, and shop for new and used parts.
We understand that everyone comes to cycling at different stages and for different reasons, and we respect those differences.
See our calendar for open-shop days/ times and additional events.
We have a great location 1527 E 16th Ave, just two blocks east of Perry on the corner of 16th and Helena.
There are two types of assistance that we provide to our patrons and members:
- access to master workbench tools, your own work stand and work bench with tools
- assistance from our shop mechanic/volunteers
- access to manuals
If you are doing a project that requires a bike stand and bike tools, we can help
Cost is $7.50/hour (1 hour minimum). Or become a member and get all-you-can-wrench for $65/year. More info.
2–Drop InFor minor fixes (flats, minor adjustments) that you’re able to perform yourself without a bike stand:
- access to basic tool bucket–hex keys, tire irons, screwdrivers, cable cutters
- please consider making a donation for the use of tools