UWSA Bike Lab
Open Shop: Monday 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Fab Lab: Wednesday 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Mechanics training workshop begins Monday, September 18 at 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. It’s a free workshop series open to everyone.
What is the UWSA Bike Lab?
Established in 2011, the UWSA Bike Lab is the central hub for cyclers in Winnipeg’s downtown core. It’s an easily accessible on-campus maintenance pit-stop for students and community members. The lab hosts workshops for all skill levels and it is also open during the week for cyclists to drop-by and work on their bikes.
The UWSA Bike Lab is committed to community engagement and being a welcoming and safe neighbourhood meeting/learning space. Special programs, including cycling repair, build-a-bike and cycling safety workshops will be running over the fall and winter terms as well as regular student and community access hours during our drop-in sessions throughout the year.
Join our Mechanics Workshop!
The UWSA Bike Lab is offering its annual Mechanic’s Training course. The course covers a wide variety of skills from mechanic basics to brakes and more. It’s beginner friendly and hands on! Graduates from the program are eligible to become key programming volunteers at the lab.
Do you want to get involved in the UWSA Bike Lab?
Why not become a volunteer? You can volunteer here.
Meet Our Team:
Matthew Gain, Bike Lab General Coordinator
David Dorning, Programming Coordinator
Chewynn Masurmardiros, Bike Lab Volunteer Coordinator
Tiffani Sawatzky, Social Sustainability Manager
Phone: (204) 786-9992