1810 NE First Ave
Portland, OR 97212

MASKS REQUIRED during Wednesday shift.

Masks encouraged, but not required during other shifts.

Find the most up to date information about shifts, possible closures, and more on our Instagram.

The following shifts are open to the public for:

  • Part/Bike Sales
  • Donation Intake
  • DIY Bike Repair

Wednesdays: 5:30-8:30pm
Thursdays: 5:30-8:30pm
Sundays: 11am-2pm

Looking to get involved?

Volunteer Orientation: 4th Thursday of every month at 7pm
Wheelchair Maintenance Workshop*: 2nd Tuesdays from 6-8pm
Alphabet Night*: A volunteer only bike-building shift centering underrepresented genders and sexualities in cycling. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays from 5:30-8:30pm.
BIPOC Night*: In partnership with BikePOCPNW, a bike-maintenance shift open to all BIPOC folks. 3rd Sundays from 5-8pm.
Monday Nights*A volunteer only bike-building, education, and shop organization shift. Every Monday from 6:30-9pm.

Monthly General Meeting: 4th Tuesdays from 7-9pm (Meeting details are sent out to the general mailing list). Accessible to the public.

* If interested inquire at!


Event Hosting

What sort of events happen in your space?

Bike Farm has hosted everything from small meetings to huge parties with live music. It serves as a monthly meeting space for local groups like the Portland Society and BikeLoud PDX. The shop also hosted well-attended events like Bike Craft and Repair Cafe. Let us know what you have in mind.

I have this great idea for an event at Bike Farm...

Talk to a core volunteer, or if you don’t know one already, send us an email. We will forward your request to the collective. From there, a few things need to happen:

  1. A Bike Farm key holder will need to support your event and agree to keep the shop open for its duration.
  2. You or a representative should come to a General Meeting (4th Tuesdays at 7pm) with a specific proposal and lots of details (number of attendees, plan for set up/ take down, plans for bike parking, space needs, etc.).
  3. The collective will vote by consensus (we are non hierarchical and vote by consensus-- more about that in How Bike Farm Runs).

Please keep in mind that larger events require permits and take time. The more notice, the better! The permitting process alone is a few weeks.

Our nonprofit is planning a fundraiser auction. Can you donate something?

Bike Farm can usually donate a pair of one-month memberships to like-minded organizations. Send us an email or attend a General Meeting and we’ll get back to you.