Fix your bike
Learn how to repair your bike or just get tuned up. Community groups across Boston will repair your bike at no cost, or show you how to do it yourself. Bike shops are also available if you need to buy parts or get your bike repaired.
Bikes Not Bombs
This program is only for children and teens. Bring your bike in and earn credits to use to buy used parts. Trained mechanics are also at the site to help you.
Boston Cyclists Union (BCU)
The BCU provides space for you to learn how to repair your bike and get help with basic repairs.
BOWDOIN Bike School
The Bowdoin Bike School offers free classes to help you learn how to fix your bike. Pre-registration is required.
Bike Mechanic Classes
The free, do-it-yourself skillshare provides the tools and guidance you need to repair your bike. The goal isn’t for them to fix your bike and send you on your way, it’s to help you fix your own bike! Check their Facebook and Twitter accounts for more details.
- Tuesdays from 4:30 - 7 p.m., at the corner of N Harvard St. and Western Ave.
- Wednesdays from 4 - 7 p.m., at the Oak Square Farmers Market
- Sundays from 2 - 7 p.m., at Union Square (Cambridge St and Brighton Ave) in front of Jackson/Mann
Femme/transgender/women can learn about bike repair in an all-female environment. Visit the Femmechanics website to learn more.
GRRRREASE TIME - Jamaica Plain
If your bike needs general repairs, these shops offer great services. We created a map of their locations, but you can also visit their websites.