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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.

Community Organizations

Bikes Not Bombs

Bike not Bombs offers programs and services for youth and adults. These include Bike Institute, Earn-a-Bike, Sisters in Action, Youth Bike-In, and Bike Clinics.

Location and Hours
284 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain
Tuesday to Friday: 12 - 7 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed on Sundays and Mondays

Boston Cyclists Union (BCU)

The BCU holds pop-up bike repair at farmers markets in Boston neighborhoods underserved by bike shops. The program is called Bike to Market. BCU volunteers and staff mechanics are on hand to teach basic bike repairs. Check their website for more information.


CommonWheels is an Allston-Brighton based bicycle collective. They offer youth and adult Earn-a-Bike programs and free, DIY, bike-maintenance skill-share. Check their CalendarFacebook, and Twitter for more details.


Femmechanics is a community for and by femme, trans*, women and/or non-binary people who bike in the Boston area. They host open-shop times on a monthly basis. Visit the Femmechanics website or Facebook page for updates.

Bike Shops

If your bike needs general repairs, these shops offer great services. Visit their websites for more information.

Free Bike Repair Stands

Sometimes you need a quick way to make repairs on the go. Local businesses and community groups offer bike repair stands and air pumps for your bike.

We are crowdsourcing a map of bike repair stands and tire pumps around the City of Boston. Please share your business's or community's bike repair stands with us! We will create and update a map.

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