Helping West Seattle fix bikes.
For free.
We’re a project of Sustainable West Seattle and you can typically find us at the West Seattle Tool Library.
Keep reading to learn more!
Who Are We?
We’re just some folks who have been working on our own bikes for a long time. We ride a lot too. And we want to help others learn how to work on their own bikes. We’re based in West Seattle, usually working at the Tool Library. Read more about us here.
Want To Learn?
We’ve got upcoming opportunities to learn how to fix your bike:
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Free Repair!
Yes, we will help you fix your bike for FREE! Here’s some upcoming events:

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We Need Your Help!
We’re run by volunteers and don’t expect to get paid. But a donation always helps!

And we’re always looking for more volunteers. We appreciate anything you can do to help us help others.

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Here’s some of the latest things we’ve got going on. You can see all of our stories and news here or find us on Facebook and Twitter.
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No Bike Repair for Labor Day Weekend – diybikes.org/2014/08/29/no-bike-repair-for-labor-day-weekend/

Just a reminder that we will not be at the Tool Library this weekend (8/31) offering free bike repair. It’s Labor Day weekend…get out and ride your bikes!
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2 months ago  ·  

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Bike Assembly Day at Denny Middle School!

Today we had about 30 kids working to assemble the bikes that were purchased with money Theresa Beaulieu raised for the up coming after-school program at Denny International Middle School. It was a fun day filled with eager kids willing to help out. Thank you to Will King who organized the student rotations. Also a special Thank you to Jeff Hallman of West Seattle Bike Connections and DIY Bikes and Theresa’s husband Jason Beaulieu. Thanks to the donors, too! (3 photos)
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3 months ago  ·  

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