Bike Shop

Instructional Workshops

The Bike Shop is offering a variety of workshops for people of all skill levels. Below is a list of all the workshops we currently provide throughout the school year. 

Learn to Ride

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Cost: $10  Includes Bicycle, Helmet, and Instruction, those with their own bike are encouraged to bring it to the workshop.

To Register: Visit the Bike Shop in the Campus Recreation Center or select the date and time below to register online.
Dates: TBD for Summer 2014

This workshop is for beginners, and we mean Beginners. If you want to learn how to ride a bike, or haven't been on a bike for 10 years, join us for this interactive workshop. We believe everyone can learn the joy of riding a bike. Our patient mechanics will work with participants at their level to get comfortable and have fun riding. 

How To Change A Tire

Cost: $15  Includes set of new tire levers and bike tube for each person, and instruction. Bring your own bike if you have one, or let us know if you need one.
To Register: Visit the Bike Shop in the Campus Recreation Center or select the date and time below to register online.
Dates:TBD for Summer 2014

Knowing how to fix your flat tire is an essential skill for anyone who travels by bike. If you have ever been caught away from home with a flat, you know it is not fun. Participants are asked to bring in their own bike, and will be provided with a spare tube and tire levers both to practice with during the workshop, and to take with them when they leave. Contact us in advance if you need to borrow a bike for the workshop.

Basic Bike Maintenance   

Cost: $20  Includes multi-tool for practice and take-home, instruction, and use of shop tools.
To Register: Visit the Bike Shop in the Campus Recreation Center or select the date and time below to register online.
Dates:TBD for Summer 2014

This workshop lasts 2 hours and teaches participants how to assess the condition of all parts of their bike, how to keep it clean and lubricated, and will provide an overview of basic tune up skills. Each skill will be reviewed by a mechanic, then participants will practice on their own bike with feedback. No previous experience in bike repair or maintenance required

This workshop is not intended as a repair service bikes that are broken or in poor condition. Please contact us if we need to provide a bike for your practice during the workshop.

women can fix bikesWomen's Only Bike Repair & Maintenance   

Cost: $20  Includes multi-tool for practice and take-home, instruction, and use of shop tools.
To Register: Visit the Bike Shop in the Campus Recreation Center or select the date and time below to register online.
Dates:  May 15, 2014 5:30-7:30 p.m.

This is our Basic Bicycle Maintenance class offered exclusively for women! With the guidance of our mechanics, you will get your hands dirty learning all the ins and outs of keeping your bike cleaned and lubricated, as well as addressing common maintenance such as shifting and gear adjustments, brake adjustments, flat tires, and troubleshooting. No experience necessary.

Biking 102 

Cost: $10  Includes Bicycle, Helmet, and Instruction, those with their own bike are encouraged to bring it.
To Register: Visit the Bike Shop in the Campus Recreation Center or select the date and time below to register online.
Dates:  TBD for Summer 2014


This workshop is for those who know how to ride but would like to improve their skills and learn safe riding in a city environment. We will review and practice techniques for sharing the road while enjoying a ride around the city. Our patient mechanics will work with participants at their level to get comfortable and have fun riding.

Open Bike Stand Time

Cost: $5.00 for 30 mins $10 for 1 hour

For those with bike skills but lacking tools, the OAP Bike Shop provides open bike repair stand time at a low cost.

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Bike Stand Time with Assistance

Cost: $10 for 30 mins, $20 for 1 hour

For those who have a specific problem with their bike they would like to learn how to repair themselves, they can set up an appointment with a mechanic to do just that. The mechanic will share their knowledge and experience and some hands-on assistance while the customer is expected to do most of the work. 

To Reserve Stand Time set up an appointment at the bike shop by calling 978-934-1932 or e-mailing Rachel Iversen