Bike Farm

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Bike | A non-profit learning space run by volunteers who believe that bicycles are an ideal (and fun!) mode of transportation.

Mission Statement

Excerpted from the website:

Bike Farm is an all volunteer-run collective dedicated to every aspect of bicycle education, from safe commuting to repair. Our mission is to provide a space where people can learn about the bicycle and build community around promoting sustainable transportation. We strive to demystify the bicycle in order to impact the city in a healthy and positive way.

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Founders and 2013 Directors

Founders: Ariel Raymon, Becca Dillon, Momoko Saunders
President: Paul Munday
Secretary: Jesse Bruce Keys
Chief Operating Officer: Momoko Saunders
Treasurer: Amanda Bittaker
Web Designer: Heidi Olsen c/o 3 Hound Design


All rates are negotiable and no one will be denied reasonable service for lack of funds. Volunteer exchange can also be arranged for membership.

Membership entitles you to full use of shop space and a professional set of tools with the assistance of a mechanic DURING OPEN HOURS.

Drop-in rate: $5.00 per hour (no membership required)
Month Membership: $20.00
Year Membership: $60.00
6 Month Membership $35.00

Each core mechanic gains privileges based on time and commitment. The non-profit structure is a non-hierarchical consensus based project with bi-weekly meetings, discussing the state of the Bike Farm and needed improvements.

Helpful Documents

File:Bike Farm Price Guide.xls

Bike Farm Pricing Guide.jpeg





File:Einstein ad.psd

File:Key Holders Guidelines to the Shop.doc

File:New Volunteer Work List.docx

File:SHOP JOBS.doc


File:Toolboard 2 06 l.jpg


Visit our website:


Our Handbook for shop operations

Bike Farm Handbook

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