Bike Shop – Bike Works

Bike Shop – Bike Works

The top of a bike stand with a Ride On sticker on the left side

 

Full Service Bike Shop

The Bike Works Bicycle Shop is a full-service repair shop that sells quality new & used bikes and a full range of new & used bike parts and accessories. We are committed to serving Seattle with affordable bicycle sales and friendly, professional service.

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The exterior of the Bike Works bike shop - a yellow house with several bikes parked outside and the Bike Works sign in red letters on a blue background across the top of the building.

 


 

A row of bike wheels suspended from a white wall, with a blue and yellow board below it full of wrenches and other bike repair tools

Warehouse & Classrooms

The Warehouse is the hub of Bike Works’ Recycle & Reuse efforts. We process nearly 7,000 bikes every year that are donated to us by individuals, from community bike drives, and through our partnership with Recology Cleanscapes. These refurbished bikes are sold in the shop, used in our youth & adult programs, or given away to community members in need. The Warehouse is also the site of our classroom space, where we host bike mechanic programs for youth & adults.

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Mobile Bike Shop

The BikeMobile is Bike Works’ mobile bike repair shop, available for hire year-round for on-site bike repair at events and on corporate campuses. Our professional mechanics staff the BikeMobile, and during the busy summer months we also hire paid youth apprentices to offer free and sliding-scale bike repair throughout South King County in low-income neighborhoods designated as “bike deserts”.

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The exterior of a big blue van - the BikeMobile - with the Bike Works logo on the side door

 


 

Rows of bikes on portable bike stands displaying our bike valet service

Other Services

We offer year-round bike rack rentals and bike valet services, as well as customizable workshops and team-building opportunities on various topics such as bike commuting, basic bike maintenance, family cycling, and bike-building.

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