bikeSauce
bikeSauce is a 100% volunteer-run DIY bike repair space and community hub located at 341 Broadview Avenue in Toronto. Our mission is simple: offer a space where you can fix your own bicycle using our tools and parts while receiving help from our volunteers. It is also a social space where you can come and meet with your neighbours and figure out how to improve our city.

Closed for renovations

bikeSauce will be closed from January 23 to January 31 in order to take care of some major renovations.

What does this mean?

  • During the renovation period, there will be no access to the shop to work on your bike or shop for parts. Sorry!
  • If you’d like to help us out, there’s a laundry list of items we need done from sorting parts, building shelving, putting down new flooring, massive cleaning and painting! Send us a message at info@bikesauce.org
  • If you would like to cook during the renovations (YUM!) or have things for donation, let us know in the comments or email info@bikesauce.org
January update!

January update!

WINTER RENOVATIONS!

bikeSauce will be closed from January 23 to January 31 in order to take care of some major renovations. What does this mean?

  • During renovation period, there will be no access to the shop to work on your bike or shop for parts. Sorry! :-(
  • if you’d like to help us out, there’s a laundry list of items we need done from sorting items, building shelving, putting down new flooring, massive cleaning and painting!
BikeSauce is raising funds to help bring more participants from Mexico to bike!bike! 2016 in Detroit

BikeSauce is raising funds to help bring more participants from Mexico to bike!bike! 2016 in Detroit

Bike!Bike! is an international reunion meant to be a swap-meet for experiences and ideas about community bike projects from collectives that use the bicycle as an excuse to change society, economy and the environment. Non-profit groups that have a community bike shops, cooperatives and other projects that promote the use of the bicycle and that come together to turn their communities into a place where riding is easier, more inclusive, safer and more fun.