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Monday to Wednesday:
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Last Saturday of each month: open for Women, Trans* Femme day 1 – 4 p.m.
Santrovélo is a do-it-yourself community bike shop associated with and supported by Santropol Roulant. Our mission is to empower community members and promote active transportation, cycling safety and eco-sustainability through bike repair. Our volunteer mechanics provide knowledge and access to tools in an enthusiastic, respectful and inclusive safe-space.
SantroVélo is a place of learning, so we won’t fix your bike for you like at a regular bike shop. Instead, the volunteers will teach, guide and support you as you learn to fix your bike and use the tools yourself.
Join the collective!
We are recruiting new volunteers for many roles such as core operations as well as in-shop client support roles. We regularly run new orientation sessions – please sign up here and we’ll see you at the shop very soon!Come join us!
Membership Fees & Prices
Per visit Perfect for once or twice a year.
$5Our per-visit fees are not exchangeable for annual memberships; each payment of $5 is considered individual and non-cumulative.
Per Year Become a member!
Santrovélo has both used and new bike parts for sale to help you put your bike in good working order. New parts are usually sold at the suggested retail price, while used parts are sold on a sliding scale depending both on the quality of the part and the person’s capacity to pay. Note that for the shop use fee and for used parts, no one will be turned away due to lack of funds.
Women, Trans*, Femme DayOn the last Saturday of each month we host a Women Trans* Femme (WTF) day. First part from 1 – 2:30 p.m. is a focused workshop and the rest, 2:30 – 4 p.m., is for working on your own bike with help from our volunteers.
We welcome people who identify as female, transgender, non-binary, two-spirited, agender, femme, genderqueer, trans-masculine, trans-feminine or feel that their socialization or treatment as a woman, transperson, femme &/or person of marginalized gender has impeded their participation in bicycle mechanics. If you self-identify as such you are invited to come work on your bike, lend a hand or just hang out in a safe, gender positive space.
We’re organizing 2 winter cycling workshops in November!
Follow our Facebook page for info on dates and times: facebook.com/SantroVelo
We will be hosting two: the first on the basics of winter cycling, followed by one on how to equip your bike for winter riding.
“Do You Sell … ?”YES WE DO: cables, wheels, tubes, various models of breakpads, bottom brackets, brake levers, bearings, cable housing, cassettes, hubs, chains
NO WE DON’T: helmets, locks, lubricants, tools, new bicycles, new frames, new seat posts, disc brakes, baskets, bottles, gloves and other accessories, pumps