We are not for profit organizations focused on providing a venue for people (beginners to advanced mechanics!) to learn how to fix their own bikes and build community. Member groups of TCBC have been helping Torontonians of all ages to build and maintain their own bicycles in Toronto since 2005!
Resources & Services Available During COVID-19
Follow these TCBC groups on Instagram for updates on resources and services available, as well as ongoing educational videos and repair assistance:
Bikechain (@bikechainUT), bikeSauce (@bikesauceto), Bike Pirates (@BikePirates), Charlie’s FreeWheels (@CharliesFreewheels), Gateway Bicycle Hub (@GatewayBikeHub), Regenesis Cycle York (@regenesisyork), Tobermory Bike Hub (@culturelinkbikehub)
Bikechain 563 Spadina Cres.; email@example.com
bikeSauce 341 Broadview Ave.; firstname.lastname@example.org
Bike Hub 15 Tobermory Dr.; email@example.com
Bike Pirates 1564 Bloor St W; firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlie’s FreeWheels 242.5 Queen St. E; email@example.com
Cycle York 95 The Pond Rd.; firstname.lastname@example.org
Gateway Bicycle Hub 10 Gateway Blvd., Suite 100B; email@example.com
RESCUE BIKE at the South Riverdale Community Health Centre 955 Queen St. E. firstname.lastname@example.org
Scarborough Cycles 3079 Danforth Ave. email@example.com
Tobermory Bike Hub 15 Tobermory Drive firstname.lastname@example.org
The Toronto Community Bike Collectives network was established through the support of the 2018 Metcalf Foundation Cycle City program. Thank you from all of us!