We are excited to announce the reopening of the Eureka Bike Kitchen! We will be open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6:00 – 8:00 pm starting in August (Starting 8/2/22). We will be moving to a drop-in, first come-first served basis, and we hope to add additional days/times in the near future, so please check back for updates. We will continue to observe our Covid protocol which requires masks be worn in the Bike Kitchen. Thanks for your patience while we worked through our reopening plan, and we hope to see you soon.
May 1, 2022. Wheels, parts and project bikes.
1000 B. St. behind the Jefferson Center
Two rides coming up!
Friday March 25, Arcata Critical Mass (last Friday of every month). Meet at the Arcata Plaza at 6PM.
(Easy group ride, all ages welcome. Keep tabs on upcoming group rides here: https://www.facebook.com/BikePartyHumboldt )
Also – Weather permitting!!
Saturday April 2, Eureka Arts Alive ride. Meet at Jefferson School (behind 1000 B St) at 5:30 for Bocci Ball. Then a leisurely ride through Eureka Old Town stopping for art and events (we’ll take turns watching bikes while visiting galleries). With perhaps a stop at a beverage establishment for an end of ride quaff.
Happy Pi day!
For riding in the streets! A picnic and group ride through Arts Alive!
Update! No potluck! (Bring your own snacks.) Saturday August 7th. Bocce Ball court at 5:00 and then group ride at 6:15 to Arts Alive where we’ll stop and check out galleries and mural making. @thejeffersonproject (where the Bocce Ball court and Bike Kitchen are located) is a no-alcohol, no-smoking area. Tell your friends! And follow #BikePartyHumboldt for more group rides.
We remain closed to the public for the time being but are accepting donations and selling refurbished bikes by appointment. You can keep an eye on what bikes we have available on our Craigslist page here: https://humboldt.craigslist.org/search/sss?userid=223518213. If you depend on your bike for transportation and have an emergency repair needed, you can also contact us for drop-off repairs.
Left: Nice! Laura, of @humboldtsmokehouse stopped by to pick up a MTB for her son! Thanks for supporting the Bike Kitchen (and also Jefferson) Laura!
Right: Carson nabbed that beauties Cannondale today. Thank you Carson! Thank you awesome bike donators, and thank you volunteer mechanics who keep the wheels moving! We’re still closed to the public but taking appointments for donations and urgent repairs.
Thanks to all the folks who donate the bikes we fix up and get back out into the community. Here’s some recent matchmaking.
Team leader since the Bike Kitchen’s inception, Emily Sinkhorn is leaving our parent non-profit, RCAA, to take a job as Environmental Services Director for the city of Arcata.
It has been a privilege to work with Emily. She’s led with grace and kindness.
We’ll miss you Emily, but we’re happy to see you in such an important and responsible position.
More from Lost Coast Outpost:
City of Arcata Selects Emily Sinkhorn as New Environmental Services Director
Neighbors of mine have had both their vaccines. We’re by no means out of the woods but things are looking brighter! We continue to receive donations, refurbish and make bikes available. Also, especially for folks whose bikes are their main source of transportation, we’ve been booking repair appointments. Best way to contact us is via email firstname.lastname@example.org or message us at our Facebook page.
Priscilla found us through Craigslist. Until the BK is open to the public again, probably the best way to find out if we have a bike for you is to check our CL page… https://humboldt.craigslist.org/search/sss?userid=223518213 Happy riding Priscilla!