SLO Bike Kitchen
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SLO Bike Kitchen
Founded in 2008, adopted as a program of Bike SLO County in 2010. Educational shop with an extensive collection of tools and organized work areas. We accept bikes and parts which are available to the public. We ask for quite a $5 donation for using the facility, used parts vary in price. People without funds may use the facility, this is evaluated on a cases by case basis, often on a work trade basis. We are currently staffed by volunteers plus one full time staff member.
See website for details.
Hours and Location
SLO Bike Kitchen is located at 860 Pacific St, Suite 105, San Luis Obispo, California At the corner of Morro and Pacific St in downtown San Luis Obispo!
- Thursday Noon - 5 PM
- Friday Noon - 5 PM
- Saturday Noon - 5 PM
- Sunday Noon - 5 PM
- WTF (Women, Trans, Femme) Night: 1st Wednesday 6 - 8:30 PM
- Women's Night: 2nd, 3rd, 4th Wednesday 6 - 8:30 PM
- Volunteer Only Nights: 1st & 2nd Saturday 5 - 7 PM
Our current wishlist (as of July 2017):
- 700c wheels in working condition
- Used Bikes
- General Information
|Location||San Luis Obispo, California, United States of America|
SLO Bike Kitchen is ...
Our Bike Kitchen has all the parts, tools and knowledge you need to fix your bicycle! We can help you build a bike from the ground up, fix that junker you just found at the garage sale, or simply tune up your bicycle. Looking to buy a gently used, ready to ride bicycle? We sell them! We serve all types of people, and are committed to creating a safe space for everyone and have provided guided instruction to over 6,000 people since opening our doors in 2008.
860 Pacific St, Suite 105, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Started by volunteers in a park in 2008, eventually the SLO Bike Kitchen was adopted and incorporated as a program of the nonprofit Bike SLO County, which aside from operating the Bike Kitchen does bike advocacy and education throughout San Luis Obispo county.
Hours: Noon - 5 P Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday WTF (Women, Trans, Femme) Night: 1st Wednesday 6 - 8:30 PM Women's Night: 2nd, 3rd, 4th Wednesday 6 - 8:30 PM
Our Ridewell program provides bicycles, helmets, locks, lights and bike education at no cost to SLO County residents in need. Apply at https://bikeslocounty.org/programs/ridewell/