We are a group of friends, from in and around Waltham, who like bikes, like people, and want to help people learn to work on their own bikes. In 2015 we appeared monthly under a shady tree at the Waltham Farmers’ Market, assisting passersby with everything from diagnosing shifting issues to changing grips. In 2016 we moved to the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation.
Come visit us and we will give you free advice on whatever ails your bike and show you how to fix it. We can do repairs that don’t require disposable parts (e.g. new brake pads or chains). For other repairs, we can tell you what you need, and if you bring us the new parts we can show you how to install them. Catch up with what's happening by visiting the Watch City Bike Lab Blog.
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GOT A FLAT TIRE? WEIRD SHIFTING? BAD BRAKES? NOT SURE WHAT’S WRONG?
Roll on in for FREE bike help – we’ll show you what’s wrong and how to keep it running!
If it's really bad weather... check back here or on our website before you head over. Assume we're open unless we say otherwise.
If you don't see us outside, just come in through the museum door.
Every Sunday — June 10 through October 28 at Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation, 154 Moody Street, Waltham.