The Bikery moved recently, and you’re invited to help them break in their new space in the Artspace Hiawatha Lofts.
Formerly located near 14th and Main, the Bikery is a non-profit and community-based cycling center where anybody can have access to bike repair tools and community knowledge to keep their wheels rolling and safe. Their new location is on the ground
So swing by Friday or any day during their open hours to support them. And, of course, you can get involved by volunteering your time and knowledge.
More details on the party, from the Bikery:
Local Community-Powered Cycling Resource The Bikery Will Celebrate New Home With Neighbors And Friends At Housewarming Party
Who: The Bikery, Bikery friends and neighbors, cyclists and cycling advocates, and community members and advocates
What: Bikery Housewarming Party
When: Friday, June 14th, 7:00pm-11:00pm
Where: Artspace Hiawatha Lofts, 843 Hiawatha Pl S, Seattle
Why: The Bikery moved to a new home in the Artspace Hiawatha Lofts last March, and we’re celebrating this excellent change with a community Housewarming Party. Everyone is invited to join us for snacks, drinks, a raffle and Sponsor-A-Tool table, live music, faces old and new, updates on what’s new around the Bikery, and lots of good times.
Everyone at the Bikery is excited about how this change will help us grow our organization – we’re the newest tenant in the trailblazing Artspace Hiawatha Lofts building, right off major thoroughfares Rainier Avenue South and the I-90 Bike Trail, and nestled in a thriving neighborhood. Aside from being a celebration of this fantastic upgrade in our facilities and location, the party represents an important opportunity for the Bikery to grow and strengthen our support base, which is essential to the long-term viability of our community-powered cycling resource.
More information: www.thebikery.org and [email protected]
About the Bikery: The Bikery is a by-community, for-community cycling resource now in its seventh year of serving communities in Central Seattle. We provide tools, supportive volunteer mechanics, space, and other resources to help you learn about your bike and fix it yourself – no experience necessary. We also offer workshops on bike repair and cycling, and sell parts and complete bikes. We strive to counteract inequality in our communities, and to increase everyone’s access to resources and knowledge, by providing low-to-no-cost services in an empowering, inviting environment. No one is ever turned away from the Bikery for lack of funds. We are 100% volunteer- run.
OUR MISSION: The Bikery uses collaborative, hands-on education in bicycles and cycling to liberate movement and increase access to knowledge, and to share the revelation that all forms of knowledge can be earned without permission.