Co-ops such as Bici Libre have a wide array of resources available to the public for little to no charge! -Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Bicycle Coalition

Not sure where that rattle is coming from and want to fix it?  Want to make a repair but don't have the tools?  Need some spare parts?  Want to learn more about your bike than simply how to ride it?  Then stop by a Bike Co-Op near you!

Usually a space run by volunteers, co-ops are a great resource for you to stop by and learn how to fix a bike, or pick up some missing parts.  Co-ops tend to have a large collection of spare parts, recycled bikes, and a wide assortment of tools to make almost any repair or adjustment imaginable.  Volunteers are always on hand to help you get rolling again, and even teach you how to do it yourself.  As co-ops aim to enhance bicycling in their communities, most parts and repair services are available for a small fee, if any.  Also, the help is always top notch; doesn't get better than from one bike lover to another.

Bicycle Co-Ops in Los Angeles County[]

Name Hours Address Phone Website

Bici Libre

Mon, Wed, Fri  


1205 W. 6th St. Los Angeles, 90017



Tues 7-10pm

Wed 6-9pm

Sat   2-6pm

14416 Victory Blvd. #104 Van Nuys, CA 91401


The Hub

Fri, Sat


1730 Long beach Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90813



Mon-Thur 6:30-10pm

Sat 11am-5pm

Sun 11am-2pm

12255 Venice Blvd. Mar Vista, CA 90066


Bike Oven

Tue, Thurs 7-10pm

Sat, Sun  1-4pm

3706 N. Figueroa Los Angeles, CA 90065


Bicycle Kitchen

Mon 12-5pm

Tue-Thur 6:30-9:30pm

Sat 12-4pm

Sun 2-6pm 

706 Heliotrope Los Angeles, CA 90029