Community Bicycle Hub

The CultureLink Bike Hub at 15 Tobermory Drive (near Jane & Finch) in North York supports local cyclists and fosters a culture of repair and reuse. We help people fix their own bicycles, and provide bike repair workshops on-site and in the neighbourhood. But people don’t need to have a bike already to benefit from this project. That’s because we collect used bicycles, salvage the good parts, and build up new bikes. In these ways, we reduce the waste that goes to landfill or scrap metal recycling. At the same time, more people get to enjoy having a bike that works! It’s a win-win for everyone.

Hours of operation:

CultureLink’s Community Bike Hub is open every Tuesday and Thursday, from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm, and every second Saturday of the month from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm


We accept donations of bikes, bike parts and bike equipment in all shapes and forms! If you have a bike you no longer use, extra equipment, or other bike parts, please bring them over to our Bike Hub, and we will make sure they will be brought back to life by our dedicated staff and volunteers and given away to those who need them. You can drop by our Bike Hub during opening hours, or arrange a different time and location by sending an email to: Thank you so much for your generous donations!

Bike Hub programs

DIY hours:

During opening hours, together with our experienced mechanics, you can learn how to repair the bike you have or refurbish one from our pool. You can join DIY hours at no cost, and no registration is required. Our capacity is up to 4 visitors at the time (first-come-first-serve basis).


Earn a Bike allows participants to learn basic bike mechanics and bike maintenance through an 8-session (24-hour) program. The goal of the program is to provide bike owners and hobbyists with basic bike maintenance skills, enabling them to perform adjustments, small repairs, preventative maintenance, and parts replacement on their bikes. Participants also have the opportunity to work on their own bikes at the end of the course, which they can keep. We accept 5 students per Earn a Bike module and welcome participants aged 12 and above. Registration for Earn a Bike is required (see below). Further details and approximate wait times are provided upon registration.

Bike to the Future:

Bike to the Future program is aimed to provide participants with comprehensive knowledge and skills in bike assembly, maintenance, and repair and prepare them for jobs in the bike mechanic workforce (e.g., repair shops, manufacturers, etc.). Minimum age to enroll is 16 and registration for this program is required (see below). Further details and approximate wait time are provided upon registration.

For more information, contact the Bike Hub:

To register for Bike Hub programs (Earn a Bike and Bike to the Future), please use this form: registration form.

For dates and times on Bike Hub Workshops, see the calendar page here.

This program is funded by: