Our Community Bikes is located in Vancouver's Mount Pleasant neighborhood near Main and Broadway at 2429 Main Street.

11:00 - 6:00, 7 days a week

 

tel: (604) 879 2453

Self Service

OCB has six fully-equipped repair stations for public use. Hourly rate includes instruction, stand, and tool rental - no experience necessary. We operate on a sliding scale to keep our services accessible to people of all incomes.

 

$10 - $20 / Hour + Parts

Full Service

We offer a wide selection of repairs and tune-up packages to get your bicycle up, rolling, and  in top shape. Our mechanics will provide you with a free in-shop assessment and quote for all of your repairs.

 

$60 / Hour + Parts

Used Bikes

We sell refurbished bikes for adults and children. Our refurbishes are custom built and safety-tested. Our selection of bikes varies depending on supply and demand. Non-refurbished bikes are available for purchase at a discounted rate.

 

$80 - $500+

New & Used Parts

New, used, and specialty parts are available in-store for purchase. Browse our red bins of used parts in bulk, buy it new, or find it in our specialty cabinet. Shimano, Suntour, Sturmey Archer, Campagnolo, Sram, BBB, and Bontrager are just some of the brands found in our used parts selection.

 

$6 - $100+

Donations

We operate thanks to generous donations from individuals, organizations, and businesses in our community. Donations are accepted in shop during open hours. We recycle what we cannot re-purpose to divert waste from landfills. Tax receipts available for issue on a case-by-case basis.

Services

Open in Mount Pleasant since 1993, Our Community Bikes is a collectively run community bike shop for D.I.Y. bicycle repair and affordable bike maintenance. Radical since its inception, OCB continues to be one of the longest standing community bike shops in the world and remains the most popular project of PEDAL. We invite everyone to read our Safer Spaces Policy before using our shop & services.

tel: (604) 879-2453

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We wish to acknowledge the ancestral, traditional, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish People and in particular the Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh, Stó:lo and Skxwú7mesh peoples on whose land we stand. Keeping our shop environment welcoming and comfortable for everyone is our top priority. We believe that everyone deserves respect. While using the resources of Our Community Bikes we ask that you

 

• Respect the diversity of folks who use the space.

• Respect the physical and emotional boundaries of each individual.

• Be mindful of your word choices and conversation topics.

• Respect the names and pronouns of everyone. Allow people the space to define themselves.

• Be accountable for your own actions and recognize your own privilege and personal biases.

• Be open to feedback and discussion.

 

If someone in the space does not follow this policy, they will be kindly asked to leave and can return after taking a break and checking back in when they are ready.

 

We believe that everyone should feel comfortable doing D.I.Y. repairs regardless of ability, age, gender, identity, income, or sexual orientation.