Happy Cranksgiving

SBK will be closed Thursday-Saturday this week, November 24th-26th.  We will resume regular hours Tuesday, November 29th at 6pm.  

On Turkey Day, SBK volunteers will be out with the mobile fixery at the Appetite Enhancement Ride at the Front Street Auto Museum. This year’s fundraising will be donated in support of the #NODAPL Standing Rock protesters; hope to see you all there!  

No Volunteer Orientation Tonight!

SBK’s 2nd Monday volunteer orientation is canceled due to scheduling issues that required our monthly meeting to be held tonight instead.  Volunteer orientation will resume 4th Monday, October 24th, at 7pm.  Any questions or RSVPs can be directed to our Volunteer Coordinator at volunteer@sacbikekitchen.org.

Shop Closed 10/1

There will be no open shop today, Saturday, October 1st.  Our Saturday shop manager is out of state learning about bike co-op stuff at the Bike! Bike! national bike co-op conference and, unfortunately, no one else was able to fill in this week.  

We’re a volunteer organization and the best way to prevent us from being closed? VOLUNTEER!  Volunteer orientations are held every 2nd and 4th Monday from 7pm-8pm at the shop; no RSVP necessary.


Basic Maintenance Classes–Suspended for Winter

Third Monday Basic Maintenance classes are now over for the year.  Classes will resume in the spring, check back on our website and Facebook page for updates.

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The Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen will be hosting a Basic Bicycle Maintenance Class on the third (3rd) Monday of every month at 6:30-7:30 PM. First class – May 16, 2016.

Basic bicycle maintenance: Level A
* Bring your own bike for hands-on experience
* Bike component identification.
* Pre-ride bike safety check.
* Clean and lube the drive train for a quiet, smooth ride, and to prevent wear & tear.
* Recommended tools and how to change an inner tube/fix-a-flat.

Classes are FREE.  No need to RSVP.  Please arrive a few minutes early to complete our waiver and sign in process.

Neglecting maintenance on you bike can result in an expensive trip to your local bicycle shop. These classes provide an opportunity to learn the basic maintenance skills necessary to keep your bike on the road, out of the shop, and avoid expensive repairs.

Come down and see what our shop has to offer.