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341 Broadview Avenue Toronto, ON M4M 2H1 Canada
341 Broadview AvenueCAOntarioTorontoM4M 2H1
Bicycle Shop, Bicycle Repair Shop
Bicycle Shop
Bicycle Repair Shop
Used Bicycle Shop
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Friday ClosedSaturday 12–6PMSunday 12–6PMMonday 5–9PMTuesday 5–9PMWednesday ClosedThursday 5–9PM
Do It Yourself (DIY) bike repair space and community hub.
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"Bought my new bike here a week ago - nice staff and great price for my bike!"
"A completely volunteer run DIY bike space."
"Vying for advice."
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James Hebbard
2 months ago
Highly recommended! Literally was welcomed as soon as I walked in, and Brad sincerely did his best to bounce between the 4 or 5 noob bike mechanics (most noob of which being myself!) vying for advice. I had a particularly obnoxious problem and while they were missing the one specific tool to correct the problem, Brad had a great attitude and offered multiple, albeit futile solutions. I had to go to a 'shop' to get my problem fixed, but will return to Bike Sauce to complete my build.
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Chandan Sudan
4 weeks ago
One of the best bike fix places in downtown
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Majeste Igwe
7 months ago
Awesome! Now I have useful knowledge on how to fix minor things on my bike. 5-15 for most parts and u pay what you can. Abeg these ppl are the best
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Yevgeniya Yatsenko
9 months ago
This is honestly the best place on Earth! (Ok, maybe one of them.) I love everything about it! Not only did I finally pick up a rideable bike for a dirt cheap price from here, but I even fixed it up a little bit and got to know how some parts work! And it is me, a person who knows ZERO about bikes. I absolutely love the idea that 1. in our over consumerist age there exists a place where you can pick up some used (but still very decent) parts and give them a new life 2. they will not be your servants, but will be your teachers! they want you to pick up the tools and get your hands dirty, and actually learn a few things! Free knowledge and skills, yes please! And nobody is intimidating, but extremely helpful and nice! It is all volunteer-run and if I were a millionaire I would donate half of my million to these guys, just because they rock! keep it up!
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Kate Negin
5 months ago
A completely volunteer run DIY bike space. Run by some great people who can help you learn about bike culture and fixing your own bike. Unlike a conventional bike shop, at bikeSauce you're the mechanic. They've got all the tools and parts on hand and volunteers to help guide you, but you do the work yourself, so prepare to get a bit greasy! Prices are very very fair, with a donation requested for using the space and used parts incredibly inexpensive. They also have some new parts, but it's largely the basics like locks, bells etc.
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Chris Wachna
4 months ago
Really nice place to go and work on your bike. Staff are all volunteers who are really happy and look for people to help. Ample tools and knowledge there. Place is actually kept surprisingly neat especially if you know what the place gets like on a Saturday in spring or summer (totally packed). Not at all pretentious like other similar shops in the city. Just happy to help any one and every one get out riding who wants to. They also sometimes have food and coffee around while your working. This place is great!
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Dave Waddling
9 months ago
I was in the area and ended up with a flat. What a great place to find. I was in, put my bike on a stand, and had my tire fixed in 10 min. A great price for the new tube plus a donation. They supplied all the tools. Definitely saved the day.
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Kakei Chan
11 months ago
The volunteers are genuinely helpful and knowledgeable. Any cyclists with differently levels of bike maintenance will benefit from their help. Parts, even hard to find ones are in abundance. Get your hands dirty and donate.


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