Basic Bike Maintenance Class

This 3-hour class includes: how to fix a flat, chain care, adjusting gears and brakes, and identifying when to take your bike into a bike shop.

It’s best to bring your own bike to learn on in this hands-on class (our classic bikes are also available for practice).

Cost: $35. Advanced registration required.

Class Size: Limited to 3 students. Minimum 2 students.

If class minimum is not met, the class will be rescheduled. See our Cancellation Policy.

 

Basic Bike Maintenance Class

This 3-hour class includes: how to fix a flat, chain care, adjusting gears and brakes, and identifying when to take your bike into a bike shop.

It’s best to bring your own bike to learn on in this hands-on class (our classic bikes are also available for practice).

Cost: $35. Advanced registration required.

Class Size: Limited to 3 students. Minimum 2 students.

If class minimum is not met, the class will be rescheduled. See our Cancellation Policy.

 

Basic Bike Maintenance Class

This 3-hour class includes: how to fix a flat, chain care, adjusting gears and brakes, and identifying when to take your bike into a bike shop.

It’s best to bring your own bike to learn on in this hands-on class (our classic bikes are also available for practice).

Cost: $35. Advanced registration required.

Class Size: Limited to 3 students. Minimum 2 students.

If class minimum is not met, class will be rescheduled. See Cancellation Policy.

 

Winter Bike Tune-up Class

Are you ready for the wet and cold PNW cycling downtime ahead? The new year is a great time to refresh your bike by re-cabling it and installing new bar tape. There is nothing easier to make your bike shift and feel like new again. Our new advanced Winter Tune Up class can help refresh your bike so it will be ready to roll on the next sunny day.

During this 3-hour, semi private (2 students max) class you will learn to replace the brake and derailleur housing and cables, reset and tune the brakes and derailleurs and re-tape the handlebars. In addition, we will show you how to perform a bike inspection including frame, fork, tires and wheels.

Cost: $55 (plus cost of parts or bring your own). Register here.

Class Size: Limited to 2 students.

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Thank you for helping us make an impact in 2023!

By Sharing Wheels

This post is to say “Thank You”! Thank you for helping us make Snohomish County a place where anyone can ride, fix or recycle a bicycle. That’s our vision, anyway, and we did a lot to move toward it in 2023.

So far this year we have:

  • Helped 2-3 people every day we’re open, which is 5 days a week, with free Bike Repair Help.
  • Given 46 adults in need a bicycle for transportation.
  • Hosted 34 work parties with between 4 and 6 volunteers each. 54 total volunteers donated 720 hours of time!
  • Refurbished and distributed 181 kid bikes for low income families.
  • Repaired 176 bikes for free at 26 events at local libraries, senior centers, repair cafes, Explorer Middle School and First Baptist Church through our Mobile Bike Repair.
  • Accepted 441 bicycle donations to refurbish or recycle from the community.
  • Sold 283 refurbished bikes to grateful customers.
  • Conducted 18 bike maintenance classes for 35 students.
  • Helped 60 Work 4 Wheels / Bike Voucher Recipients.
  • Hired 2 WorkSource interns.

We couldn’t have done it without your support. Volunteers help staff the shop and fix bikes. Donors give directly and through corporate match programs at Boeing and elsewhere. Customers find the parts they need to keep classic bikes going, and spread the word by telling their friends about our shop and services.

We love bikes and the people who ride them. Thanks for helping us make a difference as the only nonprofit bike shop in Snohomish County. Together we make the world better – one pedal stroke at a time.

Bike Garage Sale

We’re kicking off Spring with an inventory reduction sale! Road bikes will be 50% off, all other bikes will start at 20% off!

Lots of accessories and bike parts on sale.

See our web page for more information.

Basic Bike Maintenance Class

This 3-hour class includes: how to fix a flat, chain care, adjusting gears and brakes, and identifying when to take your bike into a bike shop.

It’s best to bring your own bike to learn on in this hands-on class (our classic bikes are also available for practice).

Cost: $35. Advanced registration required.

Class Size: Limited to 3 students. Minimum 2 students.

If class minimum is not met, class will be rescheduled. See Cancellation Policy.