About Us

The Bikery uses collaborative, hands-on education in bicycles and cycling to liberate movement and increase access to knowledge, and to share the revelation that all forms of knowledge can be earned without permission.

We are an all-volunteer run, non-profit community bike project located in Seattle, nestled between the central district and the international district. We are here to provide the tools and resources to help you learn about your bike and fix it yourself. We strive to create an inviting framework to engage people from all backgrounds regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, class, age, or ability. Together we can define and implement our vision of community and bicycle culture.

Come on down to our Freaky Friday Winterfest!!

Who: The Bikery, Bikery friends and neighbors, cyclists and cycling advocates, and community members and advocates, YOU!

What: A spooky winter get-together on FRIDAY THE 13th!

When: Friday, December 13th, 2013

Where: Artspace Hiawatha Lofts, 843 Hiawatha Pl S, Seattle

Why: The Bikery's been feeling great to be in the Hiawatha building, but we'd love to see more of our community during the slow winter season! Everyone is invited to join us for free food, drinks, a raffle, live music by hedgehag, D.I.Y. bike craft events, a DJ'd dance party, faces old and new, updates on what’s new around the Bikery, and lots of good times.

D.I.Y. craft events will include a "Spot of Sunshine" booth, where you'll be able to brighten up your bike or gear with slick black reflective tape!

Hedgehag'll be awesome! http://hedgehag.bandcamp.com/

Items in the raffle so far include: a Synapse 19 bag from Tom Bihn, four wallets from Alchemy Goods, complimentary tickets to the Woodland Park Zoo, a family access pass to the Pacific Science Center, a $15 giftcard to Mt. Towndsend Creamery, a goodie bag from Hub and Bespoke, and much more!

Check out the Facebook event page for pictures of the sweet raffle prizes and other updates!

Hope to see you at the party ♥

Monday Shop Hours Update: Closed; Queers, Gears, & Cheers On Break

Queers, Gears, & Cheers will be on break and the Bikery will be closed Mondays until sufficient staff are available. If you are interested in supporting this program and helping the Bikery foster safe, empowering bike culture space led by and for queer folks, get in touch with us at volunteer@thebikery.org, or drop in at one of our regular volunteer orientations.

Please fill out the Bikery's Survey

We are examining ways that we can move forward while retaining our all-volunteer status. Please fill out this survey to let us know how we can improve and make the Bikery more accessible to volunteers.

Upcoming Events and Classes

Please visit the calendar page to see our full schedule.


The Bikery in the News

"Seattle" - Momentum Magazine

"Seattle to the World: Fix it. Ride it. Teach Others" - WorldChanging Seattle

"Mechanically Savvy Volunteers Demystify Bicycle Culture" - South Seattle Beacon

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