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Bike Pirates
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1292 Bloor St W Toronto, ON M6H 1N9 Canada
1292 Bloor St WCAONTorontoM6H 1N9
+1 416-555-5555bikepirates.com
Volunteer Organization, Bicycle Repair ShopToday Closed
Monday 5:00 – 9:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 9:00 pmWednesday ClosedThursday 12:00 – 7:00 pmFriday ClosedSaturday 12:00 – 7:00 pmSunday Closed
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Carl Kemp
reviewed 10 months ago
New to Toronto from the UK and bought a bike that needed some work, so visited this place today. I have only good things to say about this place, all the parts I needed were available (New) and what they didn't have new, they had an abundance of spare parts for all bikes. The main guy (sorry not too good with names) was really helpful. I would recommend this place to anyone who has a bit of knowledge or just wants some basic advice to fix their own bike, the trick is though you need to want to fix your own bike yourself! Many thanks guys see you again Carl
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Rameez Iftekhar
reviewed 4 months ago
Excellent place to go and fix your bike by yourself! They have all the parts and is located in a very good location, beside Lansdowne subway station!
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Raymond Dowe
reviewed a year ago
Great idea, bad execution. The staff is, with few exceptions, very rude. If you need the tools and space to fix your own bike, this place would be great. If you need ANY help at all, prepare to be talked down to, or snapped at.
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Ken Shaw
reviewed 11 months ago
The place looked decently organized, but I showed up on a Sunday...LGBTQ day. Got walked outside and was asked to come back another day. Relatively politely. My daughter had a good laugh and offered to go for me if I needed anything done on a Sunday. I didn't get to fulfill my request for a badly needed tire (my rear tire had torn down to the casing) so I have to give a Poor-Fair rating - no malice involved - since the volunteer who escorted me out thought I was asking for a wheel when I said I needed a tire and showed her the damage.
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Miki Uhlyarik
reviewed a year ago
Went there yesterday for a front mounted basket: got it and installed it right away. The shop seemed well organized and very popular: line up of a dozne before the five o'clock opening. My experience was GOOD! I got asked if I needed help and the guy came by to see how I was doing. Paid the price seen at Canadian Tire, as a contribution, but overheard a conversation on PWYC and when the guy said "I've got no money" the volunteer said "Fine!". Will go back if I need anything and will go as a volunteer when they need cooking.
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Thomas Blaine
reviewed 2 years ago
They have lots of great tools but I didn't really feel like I was made welcome. Volunteers seemed impatient and different people had different opinions on what needed to be done. I think it would be a decent place if you were able to be pretty self directed/knew what you were doing.

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