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THE BIKE HOUSE

SUPPORTING DC'S BIKE COMMUNITY SINCE 2009

 

THE BIKE HOUSE IS BACK!

You can find us in Petworth on Saturdays for 12-3, and Brookland on Sundays from 11-1

 

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ABOUT

The Bike House is a community-based bicycle repair co-op in Washington, DC. We run weekly clinics, staffed by volunteers, where people can come, use tools, and learn how to do their own repairs. 


Our mission is to build a place where all people can learn about, work on, and enjoy bikes. We provide bicycle maintenance resources and education through our weekend clinics, mobile bike clinic, and beginner and advanced mechanics classes.

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers.

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WEEKEND CLINICS

Our Petworth Ace Hardware clinic is back open as of spring 2022! Join us every Saturday from 12-3pm at 1240 Upshur Street NW.

Brookland Clinic at Annie's Ace Hardware Brookland is now operating weekly. Join us every Sunday from 11-1pm at 3405 8th Street NE.

(We don't operate in rain or lightning, and sometimes cancel if there is extreme heat)

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The Bike House provides bicycle maintenance resources and education through our weekend clinics.

At our clinics, you'll find dedicated volunteers and professional tools and resources to fix your own bike.

You'll leave with dirty hands, but hopefully a better understanding of bike maintenance and repairs.

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INTRODUCTION TO BIKE MECHANICS CLASSES

Due to COVID-19, The Bike House is not currently conducting in-person classes. Sign up for our email list to receive updates.

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The Bike House offers beginner mechanics classes for people who are interested in bikes but haven’t taken the plunge into working on them. Our four-week course uses a hands-on approach and is designed to get students comfortable working on their own bikes. Instructors cover basic bike maintenance, including flat tire repair, cleaning and lubing your chain, changing brake pads, adjusting derailleurs, and truing wheels.

 

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