We will be accepting applications for summer quarter and next autumn for a mechanic position at the shop. Applications consist of an email, sent to email@example.com, with a resume attached and a description of your relevant experience.
We are also looking for volunteers this summer. This is a great introduction to the shop if you are interested in working here next year!
Our summer quarter hours will be 11AM – 4PM Monday – Friday, beginning 6/23.
We will be closed the weeks of 6/16-20 (summer break) and 8/23-9/14.
We will remain open through the end of finals week, 6/13
The ASUW Bike Shop will be closed from March 29th – 30th for spring break. We will reopen at 11am on March 31.
The ASUW Bike Shop is glad to be back for the new year. Our hours of operation will be 11am-5pm Monday – Friday through finals week of winter quarter.
Learn everything you’ve never known about your bike, and how to fix it! This class is our ever popular Quick Tune class – we’ll cover all the most common ailments and their solutions, spanning brakes, shifting, flat tires, and proper upkeep. Best of all, the bike you work on is your bike! A friendly, experienced pro bike mechanic will help you the entire way.
Nov. 20 at 4:00PM
Classes are $5. Email us or stop by the shop to reserve your spot, or to talk about scheduling a different time or class type.
Next week, we will be offering an introductory class covering fixing your bike. Learn the basics of fixing your bike, from brakes and shifting adjustments to basics of diagnostics. The class is on Wednesday, October 23rd at 4 pm in the ASUW Bike Shop. The class is $5. Stop by the shop and make a reservation, but hurry, we can only take five people per class.
If you can’t make it this time around, or are interested in another type of class, keep watching our website. We’ll keep you up to date on any classes we have coming up.
We will be offering classes starting Wednesday 10/16/2013. The first class will be an introduction to what to look for while purchasing a bike. We will cover what pitfalls to avoid while purchasing a used bike, and also what distinguishes a good new bike, from a great one. This is a perfect introduction to someone who is looking to get a good deal when purchasing a bike off Craigslist. Class are free for students, and will run from 4:00pm-5:00pm. For more information feel free to give us a call at 206-543-2742.
Welcome back! The bike shop will be open for repairs and accessories from 11am to 5pm Monday through Friday. If you’re looking to purchase a new or used bike we’d like to recommend the following shops near the University of Washington.
The ASUW Bike Shop will be closed for summer break until Friday the 21st of September–at which point we will be open from 11am to 5pm. Because the shop is closed, we will unfortunately not be able to answer any phone calls. However, you can reach us by email. If you are looking to apply for a mechanic position email your resume/cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy the last days of summer!
The ASUW bike shop will be open:
Monday through Friday from 12p – 5p (while summer classes are in session)
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