Bozeman Bike Kitchen


Tuesday 10am - 4pm, 6pm - 8pm
Thursday 10am - 4pm, 6pm - 8pm
Saturday 10am - 4pm

The Bozeman Bike Kitchen is a fun cooperative cycling hub, empowering and educating the Gallatin Valley by refurbishing bicycles and promoting safe cycling for transportation and recreation.

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Current News at the Bike Kitchen


The Bike Kitchen is preparing for our annual kid’s bike giveaway!

One of our favorite events of the year is our Christmas kid’s bike giveaway.  For the entire month of December, almost all kid’s bikes with a 24″ wheel size and below are free to everyone.  If your kiddo is in need of a new bike this holiday season, make sure to stop in during December and pick one up!  And if you’d like to help us to give as many kids a great holiday as possible, please consider volunteering and tuning up a few of these kids bikes yourself!


Winter is Coming!

As winter is fast approaching, the Bike Kitchen has shifted to our off-season hours.  Stop in on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays!


Volunteer At The Kitchen And Help Us Help You

The Bozeman Bike Kitchen is always on the lookout for individuals who are looking to learn more about bicycle repair, are excited to share what they know with others, or who just want to avert their gaze and get greasy without being bothered.

We are open to everyone regardless of their abilities, knowledge of bicycle repair, or financial means.  Visitors are invited to learn more about the programs we offer to see what aspects of our community cycling center are best suited to them.   Whether you are in financial need of low or no cost transportation, wish to learn how to repair bicycles and help out someone else in need, or you just need a place to wrench on your own bike, the Bike Kitchen is a great place learn or practice the skills that will empower you as a bike mechanic.


We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization funded by donations from individuals, small trusts, and the sale of items we refurbish with the help of volunteers. In order for us to offer the level of quality service and time that this community needs we request your help. This help can be in the form of a monetary donation, volunteering of time, or a gift of an item we might need. If you’d like to make a monetary donation we accept cash (in person), check (in person or via mail), or electronically through Paypal.  If you’d like to volunteer your time please visit the Bike Kitchen during our open hours to learn more about when volunteering opportunities are available.

By donating to the Bike Kitchen you are helping us pay our basic overhead costs including rent, utilities and labor. We also have operating costs associated with our Earn-A-Bike, Community Bikes, and Community Shop Access programs such as new replacement parts, cleaning supplies, lube, etc. Your donations ensure we can continue this important mission.  Please consider a donation today.