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Honoring Thomas Cavaretta

The board and staff of Bike Saviours Bicycle Collective would like to thank the friends and family of Thomas Cavaretta for donating to our organization in his memory. In light of a traditional service, the family wishes to share with others the generosity of the following people: Your generous donation will be used to further our mission to provide affordable bicycles and parts and teach people about bicycle maintenance, building, and repair. Through this work,… Read More »Honoring Thomas Cavaretta

Our new shop in process

We are moved! Stay tuned for our opening

Hey, bike fam! We’ve officially moved! Thanks to a hard-working group of safely distanced core volunteers, the new shop is taking shape nicely and we’re all itching for a strong reopening. Before we can do that, there are at least a couple weeks of final construction projects and parts organizing to be done, and a strategy for opening to the public given the status of the community’s health at that time. We understand our services… Read More »We are moved! Stay tuned for our opening

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We are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Bike Saviours COVID-19 Update — March 19, 2020 Bike Saviours Bicycle Collective will temporarily close to the public as of March 19th at 8pm to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19. We will reopen when it is deemed safe in our community to do so. We are taking this precautionary measure based on recommendations from the City of Tempe and the CDC on social distancing and group gatherings. This was a difficult decision for us… Read More »We are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Open for emergency repairs only due to COVID-19

We appreciate the levels of concern out there regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and want our community of patrons to know we will remain open in a limited capacity to help as many as we can. To keep Bike Saviours a safe space for the community and its staff, we are taking precautions against the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) by instituting the following changes Open Shop use is temporarily suspended until further notice. The shop is open for… Read More »Open for emergency repairs only due to COVID-19

A New Chapter for Bike Saviour starting March 31!

Bike Saviours is moving! Bike Saviours is moving to a new larger location! We plan to add more repair workstations, workbenches, compressed air in the shop (no more pumping!), increased bike inventory, as well as additional classes, art nights and more. Our new layout will allow you better access to the parts bins for quicker repairs. Shop our Moving Sale – March 22-26 *****  20% off all used parts ****** Key Move Dates March 24-26,… Read More »A New Chapter for Bike Saviour starting March 31!

2019 Holiday Hours and end of year events

We are adjusting our hours around the end of year holidays to better accommodate our community, volunteers, and staff. Come in during December and fix up a bike as a gift to yourself or others, or just get your bike ready for the new year. Note our adjusted holiday hours: We will be closed11/28: Thanksgiving Day12/25: Christmas day1/1: New Years day We will shift our Wednesday hours to 12-6 PM on Christmas and New Years… Read More »2019 Holiday Hours and end of year events

August ’19 Events News

Even with the temperatures cranking up, we have plenty of event opportunities at Bike Saviours to teach you to fix your bike or to volunteer with Bike Saviours. Click the links below for event details and signup through our Facebook page. Sunday July 28, 6:30PM: July Volunteer Orientation – Read about ways you can get involved with Bike Saviours and if you would like to volunteer, sign up here Saturday Aug 3 12 noon:  August Bike Maintenance Class. Give your… Read More »August ’19 Events News

How do you spell our name?

After I updated our website, I investigated the Google search data for our organization’s name, Bike Saviours. There are a lot of people searching on Google for “Bicycle Saviours”, “Bicycle Saviors”, or “Bike Saviors”. And the searches include combinations of all of these with “hours” or “location”. It’s easy to mis-remember our name – Bicycle vs Bike, Saviors vs Saviours (we use the British spelling.) The good news is Google will pull up our website… Read More »How do you spell our name?

The shop with one of our volunteer mechanics

What’s happening in July ’19

Plenty of opportunities to learn to fix your bike or volunteer with Bike Saviours. Click the links below for details on the event and signup through our Facebook page July 6: Give your own bike a complete tune-up during this classJuly Bike Maintenance Class July 7: Participate in our collectiveJuly Community Meeting July 28: Read about ways you can get involved with Bike Saviours and if you would like to volunteer, sign up:-July Volunteer Orientation