EBC operates two non-profit, volunteer-run community bike workshops. We sell bikes (starting at $10), accept donations, and teach you to fix your bike for as little as $2/hr.
Two non-profit, volunteer community workshops. Learn from mechanics for $2/hr. Bike sales starting at $10.
The Spoke
The Spoke is a free program for youth aged 12-17. Over the course of a 6- to 8-week program, participants learn with volunteer mentors to repair & maintain a bike. Each participant leaves The Spoke with their very own bicycle!
The Spoke
The Spoke is a free earn-a-bike program for youth. Youth work with volunteer mentors to build their own bicycles!
You Can Ride 2
EBC is a partner in a free learn-to-ride program and adapted bike loan pool for children with special needs.
You Can Ride 2
EBC is a partner in a free learn-to-ride program and adapted bike loan pool for children with special needs.
We rent bikes for getting about the city or river valley, including several tandem bikes. Weekly and monthly rates.
We rent bikes by the week, month. Even tandems!
Bike parking
Rent or purchase bike parking racks through us to support our youth programs, or request racks on public property.
Bike parking
Rent or purchase bike parking racks through us to support our youth programs, or request racks on public property.


  • BikeWorks Schedule

  • Events

    • http://edmontonbikes.ca/symphony


      Starts: 6:30pm
      Ends: Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 10:45pm



      Join EBC and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra for our eighth annual Bike to the Symphony.

      Featured Repertoire includes:

      Strauss – Thunder and Lightning Polka
      Debussy – Clair de lune
      Weill – Mack the Knife
      Highlights from West Side Story, Star Trek, E.T., Swan Lake

      All tickets, including the best seats in the hall, are $24 plus service fees for EBC members. Get your promo code at http://edmontonbikes.ca/member-status/

      The group ride, including the ESO’s Community Ambassador Lucas Waldin, will depart at 6:30pm and arrive at the Winspear Centre for 7:15pm.

      Bike to the Symphony is a fun, short, group ride to a performance of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (ESO) at the beautiful Winspear Centre in downtown Edmonton. EBC partners with the ESO to present this event. The ride itself is free and open to all; the ESO offers EBC members a special discounted ticket price for the performance.

      There is no dress code (neither for the ride nor for the performance), and the event is welcoming and casual, but many participants enjoy dressing up for the ride. Whether you’re a seasoned symphony-goer, or you can’t tell a violin from a viola, this friendly event is enjoyable and accessible for everyone. Music Director Bill Eddins, Artist-in-Residence and Community Ambassador Lucas Waldin, and other members of the ESO have all participated in previous Bike to the Symphony rides.

      Secure, monitored bike parking is provided free-of-charge. Dedicated security personnel monitor the bike parking for the duration of the event.

      Bags must be checked (complimentary). Bags are always free to check at the Winspear, because they get it!


    • Embark on an extraordinary journey with over 2000…

      Starts: 6:00am
      Ends: Saturday, June 10, 2017 - 4:00pm


      Embark on an extraordinary journey with over 2000 cyclists through scenic rural Alberta. On this two-day, 180km road ride you will enjoy rest stops along the way stocked with food, beverages and smiling faces. Weekend celebrations include the Alley Kat Beer Gardens, live entertainment, food trucks and more. Bring friends, family and supporters alike to cheer you on. The tour is equipped with transportation, mechanical and first aid support. We invite everyone age 10 and up of all abilities to challenge themselves by registering today. Enjoy a weekend of excitement, fun and profound accomplishment as you join the fight to end MS

      Organization: MS Society
      Website: http://mssoc.convio.net/site/PageServer?pagename=bike_homepage
      Contact: [email protected]

    • All EBC members are welcomed to attend…

      Starts: 6:30pm
      Ends: Monday, June 12, 2017 - 9:00pm


      All EBC members are welcomed to attend and contribute to the board of directors meetings which are held monthly. The board of directors governs the direction of the organization so we welcome and value the input of our membership. Members are able to participate in all aspects of the board meetings except for the votes on motions.

      The location and agenda for this month's meeting are posted a few days in advance at http://edmontonbikes.ca/w/Board_of_Director's_Minutes

      Please RSVP to [email protected]

    • https://www.facebook.com/events/1775282419452694/

      Starts: 2:00pm
      Ends: Saturday, June 24, 2017 - 6:00pm



      Have an old bicycle you love to ride? Want to connect and have some fun with other people who also love riding their old bikes? Come down to the Fringe Theatre grounds (10330 84 Ave) on June 24th and show off your ride, all styles of bicycles are welcomed and encouraged. The bike age criteria for this cruise will be pre 1990 but since we also want to include and encourage families of riders to come out and have fun there is no bike age limit for kids. The meet time will be 2 pm and hopefully we'll be ready to roll by 2:30. (that's just a loosetime as we'd like to get as many people as possible involved) The route will go to Hawrelak Park where people can just hang out and talk bikes, check out the rides and just generally mingle with vintage enthusiasts. Hope to see a decent turnout for this and possibly do more of them in the future. Cheers and happy riding!

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    Non-EBC events are third-party events happening in Edmonton. These events are posted by members of the public, and are not necessarily endorsed or vetted by the Edmonton Bicycle Commuters Society.


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    Information & Hours

    South Location

    8001 102 St Phone: 780.433.2453 Regularly scheduled hours (closed holidays) CLOSED May 22 Thursday: 6pm - 9pm Friday: Closed

    North Location

    9305 111 Ave (SW corner of building) Phone: 780.433.2453 Regularly scheduled hours (closed holidays) CLOSED May 22 Thursday: 6pm - 9pm Friday: Closed ****

    Recent News

    The Edmonton Bike Swap returns to Northlands this year! Buy a bike in a safe environment with volunteer mechanics to check over your new ride, or sell your old bikes by just dropping them off without having to stay or haggle.

    Sat, May 13, 2017, 8am-4pm
    Northlands Expo Centre – Hall A, 7515 118 Ave

    Read all the details about selling and buying at http://albertabikeswap.ca/info and the location/time details at http://www.northlands.com/events/bike-swap/

    If you head downtown, you will see the downtown bike network of physically separated bike lanes under construction, with a completion target of June/July. These lanes use a combination of large planters, concrete barriers and bollards to create a physical separation between bicycles and other traffic. New signal controls are being installed at intersections as well, including bike traffic lights, and other treatments will also be used to improve safety at intersections. (read more…) »

    On May 5, EBC presents the Beaverhill Bird Observatory (BBO) with a special presentation on bird conservation, & biking and interacting with birds in the city.

    A live owl will be joining us, so it’s sure to be a “hoot” of a time!

    The presentation is Friday, May 5, at 7pm, at BikeWorks South (8001 102 St). Admission is free; donations gratefully accepted.

    Established in 1984, the BBO is the second oldest migration monitoring observatory in Canada. The BBO’s extensive long-term datasets enable the BBO to track changes in bird populations, migratory routes, breeding success, and survivorship.

    The BBO is a registered charity.

    BikeWorks South and BikeWorks North are open this Saturday, April 15, 2017, but will both be closed Sunday.
    BikeWorks South will be open Monday regular hours.

    The shared-use path in Mill Creek near 88 Avenue will be closed for approximately 5 hours some time on April 13, 2017.

    In preparation for the construction site of the new overflow tunnel along the alignment of 88 Avenue, west of Mill Creek, the City of Edmonton’s crew will conduct hydro excavation work from the surface down to expose and verify the location of buried utilities close to the site of the shaft that will be used for construction.

    This work will take five hours to complete on April 13th, 2017, and will interrupt the bike lane at the work site location as indicated on the map in the attached notice.

    Join us April 11, 2017 between 6pm-9pm at the MEC South Edmonton Common location (1624 99 Street NW) for club night.

    10% discount for EBC members on all regular-price items, including bikes and boats. Door prizes will be awarded throughout the night!

    Please note that you must be a member of MEC ($5 lifetime membership) and EBC ($15-$20 annual membership) to take advantage of this discount.  (read more…) »