The information on this page is no longer up-to-date, and is retained for historical reference only. Please visit http://edmontonbikes.ca/ for our current website and information.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Media Inquiries
  2. Donations
  3. Sales
  4. Rentals
  5. Hours
  6. Location
  7. Bike Racks
  8. Work Shop
  9. Cost
  10. Etc.
  1. Media Inquiries: Please contact Anna Vesala, Executive Director, at 780-886-5750 or Chris Chan, President, at 780-756-7560. Alternatively, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

  2. Donations: We accept donations of adult bicycles and components, regardless of condition.

    Kids bikes should be donated to Sport Central.

  3. Sales: We sell second-hand bicycles. We do not do sales over the phone or email—you must physically come into our shop during our regular shop hours to take a look at our current stock. You can buy bicycles that have already been refurbished by our volunteer mechanics, or you can purchase a donated bike as-is and work on it yourself with our guidance. We also sell new and used parts (tires, patch kits, freewheels, chains, brake pads, etc.—the common stuff).

  4. Rentals: We rent bicycles and bike cargo trailers.

    Bike rentals are also available from a few commercial bike shops in Edmonton. We are aware of the following: Velocity Cycle (780-466-8133) rents hybrid/cruiser bikes; easy-pedal (780-975-7629) rents hybrid and electric bikes; River Valley Adventure Co. (780-995-7347) rents mountain bikes for day use only.

  5. Hours: Our hours of operation for BikeWorks are posted in the top right corner of every page on our website. EBC staff may also have office hours throughout the day; please call us if you have a question: 780.433.BIKE (2453).

  6. Location: You can find us in the alley of 10047 80 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. We don’t have a front door so make sure you go through the alley!  Here’s a map and a virtual tour.

  7. Bike racks: Visit our bike rack page for more info on temporary and permanent bike racks.

  8. Work shop: We run a community bike shop, called BikeWorks. If you need to tune up your bike for spring but don’t know how to adjust your seat, or you need to overhaul a rusty bicycle, or you’re looking to acquire a beater to ride around town, come down to our shop.  Our trained mechanics will teach you what you need to know, even if you’ve never turned a wrench in your life. We have all the tools and the know-how to get you rolling. We often run formal courses, but you can also just drop-in any time we’re open to learn how to fix your bike.

  9. Cost: We’re cheap.  EBC members are charged $2/hour for shop use, non-members are charged $5/hour. [You can become an EBC member right now!]  Shop use includes a bike stand, full-access to our complete set of tools (more than most bike shops carry), as well as help from our volunteer mechanics. We have a large selection of used (and sometimes new) parts, which we generally sell for next-to nothing. Full bicycles are usually between $50-$150, depending on their condition.

  10. Etc.: You’ve still got more questions?  You can .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or you can call us at 780-433-BIKE (that’s 780-433-2453).

last edited: Apr 24, 2012

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