The information on this page is no longer up-to-date, and is retained for historical reference only. Please visit for our current website and information.
The information on this page is no longer up-to-date, and is retained for historical reference only. Please visit for our current website and information.

What we do

The Edmonton Bicycle Commuters’ Society (EBC), a non-profit society formed in 1980, is a leader in the Edmonton cycling community. We support people using bicycles as everyday urban travel.

We sell used bikes, accept donated bikes, and run bike repair and riding courses. We also operate a volunteer-run community bike workshop where you can drop in and learn how to fix your bike. For more info, including workshop hours, read our FAQ.

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0 comments at 12:51 pm posted by Chris C

Please go to for our current site. This website is retained for archival purposes only. Thanks!




Newsletter for July 2012: Pastries, greenways, and repair-a-thons, oh my!

0 comments at 11:44 am posted by Chris C

Our latest newsletter is out. You can read it here. In this issue, we announce some festivals where we’ll be tuning up bikes, an International Grocery Tour, and our 28-Hour Repair-a-thon, as well as some exciting progress on the advocacy front.

You can always check out past newsletters here, as well.




Help Improve Edmonton’s Bike Map!

1 comments at 12:48 pm posted by Alex H

The City of Edmonton is working to re-design and update its existing bike map and is holding a public session to gather feedback. Everyone is encouraged to attend and provide their thoughts on what they would like to see in a cycling map.  The session will be held Tuesday, July 24th at City Hall between 4:30 pm and 8:00 pm.  You can also provide feedback via an online survey.




Newsletter for June 2012

1 comments at 4:23 pm posted by Chris C

Our newsletter is out! You can view it here.

We need volunteers for our casino on July 19-20. Contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to help out! Read the newsletter for more details.

We missed listing the donors to the Highlands Street Festival silent auction. Here they are:

Thanks to everyone that contributed to make the event successful. We truly appreciate it!




Canada Day

0 comments at 2:57 pm posted by Chris C

BikeWorks North and BikeWorks South will be closed Sunday, July 1 for Canada Day. Enjoy!




A Wheely Good Class

0 comments at 8:35 pm posted by Coreen

This Friday at BikeWorks South check out our advanced, hands-on class on wheels and learn how to repack your hubs and true your rim.
Register by emailing .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)




BikeWorks North Grand Opening Bike BBQ

0 comments at 12:53 pm posted by Alex H

To celebrate the opening of BikeWorks North, our new community bike workshop, we’ll be serving hot dogs fresh of our BBQ bike this Saturday from 1-5 PM. Come on down to 9305-111 Avenue and join the fun!




Bike to the Symphony ticket sales end Friday

0 comments at 5:03 pm posted by Chris C

You have only until Friday, May 25 to purchase your tickets to Bike to the Symphony! After Friday, you can still purchase full-price tickets (plus service fees) directly from the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra box office. But until then, you can join us for the ride and see the June 8 concert for only $20, including all fees (or $30 for non-EBC members, which includes a one-year membership).

Tickets for this year’s ride are sold out. You can still buy full-price tickets to the June 8 show directly from the Winspear Box Office, and join us for the bike ride there (which is always free).

For full details about the ride and the concert, please see the event web page here:




Edmonton Bike Swap

0 comments at 6:41 pm posted by Chris C

Looking to purchase a used bike? EBC sells used bikes at our community bike workshop, BikeWorks South.

But you can also check out the Edmonton Bike Swap on May 12. This special event is a place for you to sell bikes or to purchase bikes.  Click here for more information. With hundreds of bikes to choose from, you’ll surely find one for you.




Stolen bike?

0 comments at 4:47 pm posted by Chris C

If your bike has been stolen, check out our special site on Stolen Bikes in Edmonton. There you can find resources to help recover your bike, prevent it from being stolen again, as well as post a description of it in case someone spots it. You can also use our free, online bicycle registry service to record information about your bike such as where you purchased it, its serial number, and photos.




Spring Hours

0 comments at 4:29 pm posted by Chris C

It’s a lovely day for a bike ride!

Our hours for the month of May (and until further notice) are now:

BikeWorks South

  • Mondays: 6-9pm
  • Wednesdays: 2-8pm
  • Thursdays: 6-9pm
  • Saturdays:  1-5pm
  • Sundays: 1-5pm
  • Note that the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of each month are reserved for women and transgendered persons only.

BikeWorks North

  • Saturdays: 1-5pm
  • Sundays: 1-5pm

See you at the shop and out on the roads!




April 2012 Newsletter

0 comments at 6:57 pm posted by Chris C

Our April 2012 newsletter is out. You can view it online here. It has important updates about our advocacy efforts, upcoming events and volunteer/job opportunities, and BikeWorks North. And a contest to win a ticket to Bike to the Symphony on June 8!




Bike to the Symphony 2012

0 comments at 9:09 am posted by Chris C

We’re pleased to announce the 3rd annual Bike to the Symphony ride! Join EBC, the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Bikeology (June is BIke Month!) and Da Capo Caffe for a fashionable bike ride to the symphony on Friday, June 8 at 8pm.

Da Cappo will be serving complimentary refreshments before the ride, and the ESO is offering the special ticket price of $20 for participants. EBC is hiring private security to monitor our bikes, right in front of the Winspear Centre’s doors. Pianist Angela Cheng will play Brahms, with the ever-superlative Bill Eddins conducting. Live jazz and cocktails in the lobby will follow the evening’s performance.

Buy your tickets today! We’re only selling them at this price until May 25.

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