Bikery Bash & Alley Kitty
Jun
1
4:00 PM16:00

Bikery Bash & Alley Kitty

It's the return of everyone's favorite bike-themed party & fundraiser: the Bikery Bash + 2nd Annual Alley Kitty.

Fun times include:
The 2nd Annual Alley Kitty!
A Raffle!
Homemade Food!
Drinks! (la croix, beer, and more!)
Music!
And more activities to be announced!

Bring your dancing shoes & your dollars and help us keep the shop open for another year!

Endless love to our volunteers and sponsors who make this event possible! ♥ Want to get involved?
Email: volunteer@thebikery.org for opportunties

RSVP at our Facebook event.

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Café-Bikery-Weekend Station
May
17
7:00 AM07:00

Café-Bikery-Weekend Station

Friday May 17th is Bike Everywhere Day and while of course I encourage you to bike everywhere, there's one place in particular you should truly consider biking to and that's to The Bikery/Cafe Weekend!

We'll be out front of our storefronts slinging free coffee, some cookies, some other TBD fun snacks, plus doing basic bike maintenance!

Come by for any of the above or just to get some high hives!*

*high fives available by special request, while supplies last.

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WTF Nite: Racing Edition
May
8
6:30 PM18:30

WTF Nite: Racing Edition

Ready to Race? Ready to be Ready to Race?! Terrified to race but strangely fascinated by it anyway?!

Ella and Rachel will be on hand to answer your questions about starting to race bicycles. Between the two of them they have experience in cyclocross, road, crits, cross country mtb, gravel racing, a tiny bit of track, and a smidge of enduro. Don't know what any of those words mean? That's ok!

We can cover bike set up, how to find races, registration, what all that USAC stuff is about, nutrition, logistic, hot tips for pinning your number, what are teams all about, and basically anything else.

The shop will be open for regular WTF wrenching too, of course!

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Yoga For Cyclists
Mar
20
6:30 PM18:30

Yoga For Cyclists

The Bikery is stoked to team up with "POSEURS" C.M.F.A to offer Yoga for Cyclists! Open to all levels, flow through a vinyasa sequence that targets muscle groups used while cycling.

The class takes place in the community space next door to The Bikery and is donation-based. Bring your own mat.

Our instructor is a recent graduate of the Poseurs School of Magic Teacher training who completed their final project on yoga for cyclists.

About "POSEURS" C.M.F.A:
Poseurs started as a Yoga Fanzine, and has continued its run as the longest running yoga zine to date. It has grown into a full on class series, and most importantly an awesome community. Our mission is to offer accessible yoga, empower community and to open up the conversation about the awesomeness of this practice.

Vinyasa is where we practice yoga postures and move in and out of them with synchronized breath. This is an energetic practice with a big focus on yoga asana (postures) and pranayama (breathing practice). This class is open to all levels of knowledge and experience.

About The Bikery:
The Bikery is a volunteer-run bike kitchen in Seattle's South-Central District. 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.

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WTF Nite - Love Poem Edition
Feb
13
6:30 PM18:30
WTF

WTF Nite - Love Poem Edition

Have you ever written a love poem to your bike?

Get your gears turning thinking about what makes your heart pitter patter as you pedal. We will have some materials on hand to make found poems to your dear steeds. This is also a great time to show some love to the most neglected part of your bicycle. What part is that? Listen closely, and your bike will tell you ♥

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WTF Nite - Mary Ann Thomas: Asking for Elephants
Oct
10
6:30 PM18:30

WTF Nite - Mary Ann Thomas: Asking for Elephants

In lieu of shop time this month, we are ecstatic to welcome Mary Ann Thomas in the community space next door to the Bikery for WTF (women/trans/femme) night! Mary Ann recently attended the first WTF Bikexplorers Summit (for women, trans, and femme people). There, she presented her story on a panel of Queer People of Color. Before and since this event she’s been traveling to bike communities around the country and we are stoked to welcome her to our WTF community!

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WTF Bike Camping!
Sep
1
to Sep 2

WTF Bike Camping!

The Bikery's first official WTF bike camping trip! Open to all who identify as women/trans/femme/non-binary. We were lucky enough to snag the last campsite at Kanaskat-Palmer for September 1 for one night. It's a labor day weekend miracle!

Expect to cover about 70 miles over the weekend. That sounds like a lot, but it's not when you spread it out over two days and the good news is this is a mostly flat ride. All skill and experience levels welcome - especially beginners! We promise we won't drop you, even if you're a bit slow. 

The plan: 

-We'll meet at the Bikery (845 Hiawatha Pl S in Seattle) at 10:00 am on Saturday, September 1st and roll out at 10:30 am. We'll head 35 miles in a southeasterly direction to Kanaskat-Palmer, stopping for lunch and groceries along the way.

-On Sunday we will head back sometime in the late morning / early afternoon.

-Everyone should plan to be self-sufficient with regards to food, sleeping situations, etc, but please reach out with any questions re: gear needs. The Seattle WTF explorers facebook group is an awesome resource for questions and gear lending: https://www.facebook.com/groups/178909139505801/?ref=br_rs 

Someone is bound to have a catastrophic mechanical failure and it'll be a good story, but don't let it be you! Come to The Bikery to tune up your ride beforehand!

Reserve your spot at https://squareup.com/store/thebikery. Space is limited and available on a first-come first-served basis. No one turned away for lack of funds. Please contact Tara Peters, Programming Lead, with questions at tara@thebikery.org.

Rad poster by Star Jacobs.

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WTF Night - Taco Edition
Aug
8
6:30 PM18:30

WTF Night - Taco Edition

Our summer wrench and ride series continues! We'll be hanging out wrenching and hanging closing shop early at 8pm to ride from the Bikery to Tacos Chukis in Capitol Hill. 

Bring a pal, a snack, a playlist for our speakers, or all of the above.
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About WTF Nights: 
WTF nights are special drop-in hours held once a month at the Bikery. These nights are a space for all people who identify as women, trans, femme, and non-binary to work on bicycles and connect with one another in a supportive environment. 

No previous knowledge is necessary, we all learn and teach together! 

Bicycle maintenance has been an overwhelmingly cismale-dominated area. The Bikery aims to empower individuals who have been marginalized or intimidated in bike work spaces to gain knowledge and confidence in a welcoming environment.

If you are not women, trans, femme identified, please be an ally by visiting The Bikery during regular hours.

Suggested $5-10 donation for stand time and tool use helps us keep our doors open.

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WTF Night - Ice Cream Edition
Jul
11
6:30 PM18:30
WTF

WTF Night - Ice Cream Edition

IT'S SUMMER TIME! Get your bike race-ready for the Moxie Summer Jam 2018 Alleycat. We'll be hanging out wrenching and swapping alleycat tales before closing shop early at 8pm to ride from the Bikery to Central District Ice Cream.

Bring a pal, a snack, a playlist for our speakers, or all of the above.
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About WTF Nights: 
WTF nights are special drop-in hours held once a month at the Bikery. These nights are a space for all people who identify as women, trans, femme, and non-binary to work on bicycles and connect with one another in a supportive environment. 

No previous knowledge is necessary, we all learn and teach together! 

Bicycle maintenance has been an overwhelmingly cismale-dominated area. The Bikery aims to empower individuals who have been marginalized or intimidated in bike work spaces to gain knowledge and confidence in a welcoming environment.

If you are not women, trans, femme identified, please be an ally by visiting The Bikery during regular hours.

Suggested $5-10 donation for stand time and tool use helps us keep our doors open.

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The Bikery Goes Camping
Jul
7
9:30 AM09:30

The Bikery Goes Camping

It's summer, we're going camping!! We weren't "swift" enough this year to organize a Swift Campout but luckily for you that means you get to go camping with a bunch of friends and strangers/future friends again!

RSVP NOW: https://squareup.com/store/thebikery/

This year we'll be heading to Potlatch State Park via the Bremerton Ferry. Be prepared for roughly 40 miles riding each way, less than 1k elevation gain (!), beautiful hood canal views, snack stops, a campfire, bonding, playing on the beach, and some cozy camping in our modest sized reservations!

While I can't guarantee a great, I can highly suggest that it will be! Never done this before? Could be a great chance to try it out - no one left behind! Just be sure you have the necessary gear, and feel comfortable with the mileage to get there. Questions about bike camping, the route, the gear? Send us a direct message and I'm happy to help you out!!

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Apr
3
6:00 PM18:00
WTF

WTF Night - Bike Camping

Nice weather got you feeling spring fever? Totally inspired by Swift.Industries' Stoked Spoke presentations? Let's get nerdy and outdoorsy talking about bike camping!

Suggested $5-10 donation for stand time and tool use helps us keep our doors open.

Get more info and RSVP on facebook.

The Bikery strives to create a safer, more welcoming space for all people who identify as women, trans, and femme to work on bicycles in supportive environment.

Bicycle maintenance has traditionally been an overwhelmingly (cis)male-dominated area. It is our goal to help individuals who have been marginalized or intimidated in this setting to be knowledgeable and confident working on their bikes.

If you are not women, trans, femme identified, please be an ally by visiting The Bikery during regular hours.

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Mar
6
6:00 PM18:00
WTF

WTF Night - Contact Points

Let's talk about the three places your body hits the bike: handlebars, saddles, and pedals!

Suggested $5-10 donation for stand time and tool use helps us keep our doors open.

Get more info and RSVP on facebook.

The Bikery strives to create a safer, more welcoming space for all people who identify as women, trans, and femme to work on bicycles in supportive environment.

Bicycle maintenance has traditionally been an overwhelmingly (cis)male-dominated area. It is our goal to help individuals who have been marginalized or intimidated in this setting to be knowledgeable and confident working on their bikes.

If you are not women, trans, femme identified, please be an ally by visiting The Bikery during regular hours.

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Feb
6
6:30 PM18:30
WTF

WTF Night - Reflective Bike Hearts

It's dark, it's cold, it's also February when things (supposedly) get all lovey-dovey. Well, my cold heart loves my bike the best. Let's celebrate this purest form of love by making some red reflective hearts. I'll also be celebrating my [Ella's] 33rd bday near this, so I figure that is as good as an excuse as any for some sparkling rose.

Suggested $5-10 donation for stand time and tool use helps us keep our doors open.

Get more info and RSVP on facebook.

The Bikery strives to create a safer, more welcoming space for all people who identify as women, trans, and femme to work on bicycles in supportive environment.

Bicycle maintenance has traditionally been an overwhelmingly (cis)male-dominated area. It is our goal to help individuals who have been marginalized or intimidated in this setting to be knowledgeable and confident working on their bikes.

If you are not women, trans, femme identified, please be an ally by visiting The Bikery during regular hours.

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Oct
3
6:30 PM18:30
WTF

WTF Night - Winter Weather Riding

The October WTF night is going to focus on riding in the rain! Lets chat about fenders, jackets, crazy rain capes, and how to maintain your bike through the rain.
Feel free to bring in your bike to work on or just come to talk with like-minded lady-identified riders!

Suggested $5-10 donation for stand time and tool use helps us keep our doors open.

Get more info and RSVP on facebook.

The Bikery strives to create a safer, more welcoming space for all people who identify as women, trans, and femme to work on bicycles in supportive environment.

Bicycle maintenance has traditionally been an overwhelmingly (cis)male-dominated area. It is our goal to help individuals who have been marginalized or intimidated in this setting to be knowledgeable and confident working on their bikes.

If you are not women, trans, femme identified, please be an ally by visiting The Bikery during regular hours.

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