You’re Not Diversifying, You’re Tokenizing: A Message to The Bike Industry The Desperate Need for Authentic Equity in The Bicycle Industry & Why the Bicycling Industry May Never Be Truly Inclusive Inclusion as a Marketing Tactic When companies try to reach out to marginalized communities, what does inclusivity really mean? Over... Continue Reading →
Check out the upcoming "I Can Handle That!" hands-on bike mechanic workshop series for women and gender variant folx. A collaboration with Bike East Bay all workshops will be hosted at Spokeland. Registration required for all workshops. First upcoming is the I Can Handle That: Fix a Flat workshop on March 18th. Please click here... Continue Reading →
This Monday September 12th we are open in shop by appointment only. Use the request form to schedule a time that works for you. Can't make our regular Monday hours? You can now easily schedule an appointment for repairs!! These are for Open Shop Hours, Off Hours Drop Off or Mobile Services. Fill out THIS... Continue Reading →
Handmade in Oakland from recycled inner tubes. Available for standard pierced ears and stretched lobes. Each is unique!
art by Adam Haynes - http://stickfort.com/
http://www.bicycling.com/culture/people/these-young-mechanics-are-the-next-generation-of-bike-repair?cid=soc_BICYCLING+magazine+-+bicyclingmag_FBPAGE_Bicycling__ Culture people These Young Mechanics Are the Next Generation of Bike Repair Don't let their age fool you—these wrenches have some serious maintenance skills By Caitlin Giddings March 10, 2016 Nayla Hale (left), 16, and Khori Wilson, 13, told us about their journeys from repair newbies to master mechanics. Photograph by David Johnson On... Continue Reading →