To change the way we get around town, Bike Works community bike shop empowers people of all ages and riding abilities to get tuned up and biking all season long with workshops and DIY drop-in hours.
For information about our seasonal offerings, please select a program:
Whether you’re fixing a flat, handling your regular maintenance routine, or building a new ride, Bike Works has your covered. Our regular drop-in hours are perfect for you, whether it’s everyday repairs you need to handle or that mystery ticking you can’t figure out.
Interested in learning how to repair your own bike? Learn with the expert guidance of our supportive staff. Work on your own bike, or borrow one of ours. We have all the tools and materials you need to learn about flat fixes, brake and gear adjustments, wheel and drivetrain maintenance, as well as cable replacement.
in partnership with Sweet Pete's
Bikes are fun! Join Sweet Pete's and Bike Works for our regular weekly fat bike rides geared towards a range of riding abilities. Learn new skills and gain lifelong riding buddies in these weekly series.
Don't see something that lines up with what you're looking for? Email us to let us know, and we'll put you on a list for future ride additions.
Give your old bike some new life and donate it to Evergreen! We'll give it a tune-up and pass it along to someone in our community who needs it.
To arrange drop-off, please contact Bike Works at email@example.com
Learn to ride a bike at your own pace and in a safe and encouraging environment with the help of experts at Bike Works.
For ages 6 and up, our skilled instructors will help you get moving, whether it's your first time on two wheels or you're looking to brush up on the foundations of riding a bicycle.
Join us for a 5-week, intermediate level journey through bicycle mechanics. Led by 7-year teaching veteran Alex Legum, we'll walk you through the ins and outs of diagnostics, repairs, and installations for all manner of bikes.
Our Park Tool School classes are ideal for those with some mechanical experience and a desire to expand their knowledge and skill set. This course will give the novice or home mechanic a greater understanding of mechanical systems through hands-on instruction and engaging conversations. Students will receive a Park Tool School Certificate of Completion upon finishing the course.
Want to go with a group of friends? Maybe you’re looking to get something more one on one? Whatever the reason, private rides can be organized for you and your friends/co-workers at no extra cost. Just ensure you have a minimum of 6 riders. Contact Alex Legum at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP your spot.