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BikeWorks
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.
BikeWorks
Two non-profit, volunteer community workshops. Learn from mechanics for $2/hr. Bike sales starting at $10.
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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!
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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.
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Rentals
We rent bikes for getting about the city or river valley, including several tandem bikes. Daily, weekly or monthly rates.
Rentals
We rent bikes! $20/day, $50/wk, $100/mo. Double for tandem rentals.
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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.

Calendar

  • BikeWorks Schedule

  • Events

    • All EBC members are welcomed to attend…

      Starts: 6:30pm
      Ends: Monday, July 11, 2016 - 9:00pm

      Description:

      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]

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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.

    BikeWorks

    We have two locations to serve you.
    Information & Hours

    South Location

    8001 102 St Phone: 780.433.2453 Regularly scheduled hours (closed holidays) CLOSED August 1 Sunday: ** 2nd & 4th Sundays are general public BikeWorks program hours from 1-5pm. Monday: 6pm - 9pm

    North Location

    9305 111 Ave (SW corner of building) Phone: 780.433.2453 Regularly scheduled hours (closed holidays) CLOSED August 1 Sunday: 1pm - 5pm Monday: Closed *

    Recent News

    choi

    Mul-kyeol Choi and her husband are travelling across Canada, but her bike was stolen just west of Edmonton on Sunday. The theft included their passports, money, laptop, and even clothes.

    The couple are now trying to raise some funds to continue their journey across the country. If you’d like to support them, you can help them get back on the road by contributing here. You can also read more about the theft.

    bikesymphony2016

    Join us for Bike to the Symphony 2016 this Saturday, June 4!

    We’ll be leading a short ride from BikeWorks South to the Winspear Centre, where the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra performs pieces by Bruckner & Bruch. Alexander Prior conducts.

    Tickets are only $19 for EBC members ($24 otherwise), plus service fees.

    Full details of the event, including our pop-up bike workshop for 100 in 1 Day at the Winspear, a dinner special at Under the High Wheel, and after-party at the Mercer Tavern, are available on our website.

    Bill Eddins at Bike to the Symphony

    Calgary

    The City of Edmonton is hosting a public open house tonight to provide input into Phase 2 of Envision 109, a project to redesign 109 Street, between the High Level Bridge and 61 Avenue. The more commercial section north of Whyte Ave has been identified as a future Main Street, similar to 104 St downtown. (read more…) »

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/samd/27599110

    You want to fix your bike, but don’t know where to start. Don’t find yourself helpless at the side of the road! Learn to fix a flat, maintain your chain, tune your brakes and shifters, and spot problems before they can ruin your day.

    Our popular course, Bike Repair 101: Hands-on Intro to Bike Maintenance, returns this year with multiple dates and locations to choose from. (read more…) »