Bike Saviours will be closed on Sunday, November 8th for our staff retreat.
We will be closing at 7 PM on Wednesday, October 21st.
Bike Saviours will be closed Sunday, September 6th and Monday, September 7th. Have a good holiday weekend!
We will be closed this coming sunday, July 5th in observance of Independence Day. Have a good weekend!
- You get to hang out with a bunch of cool people who are passionate about bikes.
- You don’t have to pay for shop use.
- You get access to tasty refreshments.
- Most importantly, what we do is awesome and you want to be part of it.
Women’s Workshop! starts FEB 21 and continues every first and third SATURDAY of the month 1-3pm. we will be working with our own bikes, looking at the basic areas & they’re intended to do. the course will ENABLE us to make minor adjustments and perform a GENERAL ASSESSMENT of our bike’s condition. WOMEN’S NIGHT>>>>BECOMES WOMEN’S WORKSHOP on SATURDAY FEB 21! same good fun
We will be closing early this Sunday, February 1st. We will be open from 12-3 PM. The board meeting scheduled for that day will be canceled.
The shop will be closed Wednesday, December 24th through Thursday, January 1st. The first day of open shop hours for 2015 will be Sunday, January 4th (with new hours).
Yes, we’re changing our hours again. Starting in 2015, our hours will be:
Sunday 12-6 PM
Monday 12-6 PM
Tuesday 4-10 PM
Wednesday 4-10 PM
Thursday 4-10 PM
The first and third Monday of each month will be Women’s Night from 7-10 PM. The second and fourth Mondays will be Art Night (also from 7-10).
If you’re itching to get some bikes and parts off your hands during our brief shop hiatus, come visit all your favorite Saviours at REI in Tempe for their bike donation drive. We’ll be there from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. with tax donation receipts and smiles, ready to take your bike stuff to turn it into usable forms of transportation.
See you there!!
Since Sunday will be our last open shop day in the old location, we ask that you buy your project bike off the rack by then or they will be put out as fair game in the new shop.
We’re sorry if this complicates the bike building process for you and we hope you’ll bear with us through the technical difficulties of moving. Our goal is to make moving simpler for us so hopefully you all understand!