Open Shop is Topeka Community Cycle Project’s bread and butter. Over the years, our volunteers have built this program to facilitate five or more work stands at once in an open, collaborative and educational way. Don’t have a crank puller? Need a cassette tool? How about a chain whip? We have those, and many other specialty tools used to fix a bicycle. We also provide access to books and other resources that show you how to maintain your bike.
Our open shop hours are Thursdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Open shop is something I look forward to on a weekly basis. Whether it’s teaching someone how to maintain their bike, or working on a bike of my own, there’s always something to do and someone to help.
Open shop is a wheely great opportunity for us to serve the community through bicycling, one person at a time.
TCCP creates an inviting atmosphere for everyone from a beginning cyclists — of all ages — to avid, experienced riders.