Due to COVID-19, The Bike House is not conducting in-person clinics or classes until further notice. In the meantime, we're focused on virtual clinics and online education. Check out our latest bike repair resources:

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The Bike House provides bicycle maintenance resources and education through our weekend clinics at Annie’s Ace Hardware in Petworth, the Bloomingdale Farmers Market, and the Anacostia Neighborhood Library.

At our clinics, we provide access to professional tools and repair stands for you to fix your own bike. We don't charge for use of our equipment, but encourage guests to donate what they can to help us replenish our tools and supplies. Our clinics are run entirely by dedicated volunteers, who show up each weekend and donate their time to fulfill The Bike House's mission of creating a space where all people can learn about, work on, and enjoy bikes. Our volunteers come with varying skill levels, but what they share is the desire to help.

Please note, before attending one of our clinics, we encourage folks to spend a few minutes researching their bike's particular issues and to bring any repair parts needed, as we do not sell replacement parts (for those, we recommend nearby businesses such as Annie's Ace Hardware and Gearin' Up).

Interested in volunteering with The Bike House? No matter what your level of expertise, anyone can get involved with our weekend clinics, mobile clinics, event organization, and more. Click on the link below to sign up for our email list and be notified about upcoming volunteer orientations.