Is a community bike workshop in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is a program of Santropol Roulant, a not-for-profit, charity working in food security, agriculture and community care. The origins of the bike shop began in the Santropol Roulant basement in 1996. At first it is just a place to store delivery bikes of the meals-on-wheels program. Initially launched as a bike shop called CFTMTSESSR: Centre Fais Le Toi-Même du Transport Sans Effet de Serre du Santropol Roulant. Since 2010, the bike workshop has been apart of the ew building of Santropol Roulant.
Got a bike that needs repairs? Do you want to build one up from parts on your own? Come by the SantroVélo community workshop where our enthusiastic volunteer bike mechanics will teach you how to fix your bike.
SantroVélo is a place of learning, so we won’t fix your bike for you like at a regular bike shop. Instead, the volunteers will teach, guide and support you as you learn to fix your bike and use the tools yourself. You’ll see, it’s really not hard, and you’ll learn a lot about your bike. Plus, you’ll save a lot of money and you’ll be proud of your bike!
Our volunteers are helpful and friendly, and they care a lot about making the bike shop feel welcoming to everyone.
111 Roy East, Montreal, QC H2W 1M1 (side of the building, in the driveway)
|Montreal Community Bicycle Organizations|
|Biciklo . BQAM . CRABE . The Flat . Mile End Bike Garage . CultureVelo/BikeCulture|
PX "The Space" Bikeworks . Right to Move/La voie Libre . SantroVelo . Velogik