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Learn, Repair, Ride – Tri-Cities Bicycle Co-op
Liberation Bike Shop
Opened in 2015 as a mobile bike rental and limited service shop to better connect community members and visitors to the beautiful riverside trails. The brick and mortar bike shop opened in Historic Downtown Kennewick on February 2, 2016 to expand on the original goal of connecting the community through biking. The Tri-Cities Bicycle Co-op is the next step in the evolution of the goal to build a better community through biking.
As a community bike shop, the co-op will offer services, products, and facilities to all visitors, but offer special benefits to the membership.
The co-op will be a center for all cyclists and bike riders, but welcome those who may have an interest in starting to bike, getting back into cycling, or are looking for biking as a means of transportation. Everyone is welcome with a goal of inclusiveness and reflecting our diverse community.
The Wheelhouse Community Bike Shop’s goals are to expand bicycle usage and knowledge by providing public access to educational materials, workspace, and tools/parts through a member owned and supported central location, and invite the community to Learn, Repair, and Ride.
Build a better bicycle community.
Wheelhouse Community Bike Shop is a nonprofit community cooperative offering a full-service shop, brands you don’t see every day, and rentals less than a mile from bike trails. Whether you bike 3 miles or 100, we’ll get your whole family ready to roll! Stop in for tune-ups, half- or full-day rentals, customized bike and seat-fitting services, accessory sales, and regional biking information. Take a moment to chat while we tune your bike until it’s good as new. We are exploring the feasibility of a community bike shop in the Tri-Cities. Modeled after Bike Works in Seattle or the Boise Bicycle Project in Idaho, it will be as unique as the Tri-Cities.