Workshop

The Workshop in Action

Click the image above to see what’s happening in the shop!


Location & Parking:

8 Lois Ave. Greenville, SC 29617

We do not have a parking lot. You can park in the gravel lot across Lois Ave (be careful crossing the street!) or in two hour parking spots around the corner in the Village of West Greenville. Our Growler Haus neighbors are kind about using their parking lot for a quick bike donation drop off; we love supporting them if you want to stop by for a drink or bite after visiting us!

Public Workshop Hours

Tuesday: 1-6 PM

Thursday: 1-6 PM

Saturday: 10 AM-3 PM



Service

Free Repair

We offer a space for YOU to build and repair bikes with the guidance of our knowledgeable mechanics and youth apprentices. All of our services and used parts are offered for free, but donations are kindly appreciated. 

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Drop Off Maintenance

Quick Tune Up - $35
Brake & Shifting Adjustment, Chain Cleaned & Lubed, Pump Tires

Standard Tune Up - $75
Above + Cable & Minor Part Replacement, Hub Adjustment, Wheel Truing

Major Tune Up - $125
Above + Overhaul/Replace Major Parts

Bike Sales

Stop by the shop to check out the ever-changing supply of recycled bicycles we offer at affordable prices. All proceeds benefit the work we provide the local community. Bikes are also available on Craigslist (search Village Wrench).

Contact

Email us or call the workshop at (864) 248-6243.


Mechanics

 
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Drake McNeary

Workshop Manager

Advocate Adventurer

Westminster College + Appalachian Bicycle Institute

Passionate about connecting our communities with bikes, pedestrian infrastructure, and community.

Beyond riding (and repairing) bikes, he also likes to travel with his family and experience different communities and adventures.

Also owns mobile repair company, Sweet Tea Cycles!

Brian Robinson

Assistant Mechanic

Tries to fix anything - Fairness and integrity above all

Clemson University - Barnett Bicycle Institute

Passionate about cycling and pedestrian infrastructure and safety

Beyond riding bikes, he also likes to learn about almost anything, hike, hang out with my wife and kids, and nap.

Youth Apprentices

Every summer, two 6-Cycle graduates are hired to work in the shop. It is often their first job, and we train them in the hard skills of bike repair and the soft skills of job responsibility and customer service. They continue to work through the school year and train a new set of students the following summer before they graduate and move on to a new job, hopefully in another bike shop in Greenville!