Ferris Wheels Bike Shop 66 South St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Ferris Wheels Bike Shop is a locally owned and managed longtime member of the Jamaica Plain business community. It's…More under the same ownership as Fresh Copy, which is located next door. Ferris Wheels specializes in new and used bike sales and repairs. To the JP community, owner Jeffrey Ferris says, "Thanks for riding your bikes!"
The Community Spoke! 10 Boylston Pl, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The Community Spoke! is a community bike shop and co-op offering free bike repair services, bike parts, instruction…More workshops, mobile repairs and reconditioned bikes. It holds outdoor clinics in Cambridge's Central Square the first Sunday of every month from 3pm - 6pm.
Bikes Not Bombs is a nonprofit, full-service bicycle sales & repair shop. Customers will find used bikes in…More good condition for sale, as well as parts and equipment. The shop performs all matters of repairs, from slightly bent rims to full overhauls.
All proceeds go to further the shop's mission of promoting bicycle technology as an alternative to war and environmental destruction. Locally, they offer youth programs such as "earn a bike," where students learn to rebuild a bike - and keep it when they are done. Internationally, Bikes Not Bombs sends bikes all over the world to help solve critical transportation needs.
The youth programs and other non "bike-shop" aspects of the organization are based nearby at 284 Amory St. The number there is 617-522-0222.
Bikes Not Bombs Hub 284 Amory St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Bikes Not Bombs Hub is a nonprofit bicycle sales and repair shop, the profits from which further the organization's goal…More of promoting bicycle technology as an alternative to war and environmental destruction. The Bikes Not Bombs Hub houses all of the organization's non-repair endeavors, including its youth and international programs. The organization has sent more then 40,000 bikes to the Caribbean, Central America and Africa, and assists area youth in job-training and charitable endeavors. For more information, please contact the Bikes Not Bombs Hub at the provided number or visit its website.