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Free Women’s Mechanic Skills Night
Sponsored By
The History Club of Los Gatos

Good Karma Bikes is excited to announce that Women’s Night is back! Our goals for this program will emphasize inclusion, access, education, and community. Hosted By Women, For Women, we will emphasize basic skill development in roadside maintenance and cycling safety for commuters, road cyclists, casual weekend riders, or those getting back into riding. Bring your own bike to work on or practice skills on one of ours. Space is limited! 

There is no cost to attend. We just ask that you pay it forward at some point – share a skill or act of goodwill! Of course, we gladly accept donations! 

Next Women’s Night(s):  

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Good Karma Bikes Skills Night
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Free LGBTQ+ Mechanic Skills Night 
Sponsored by
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

We’re excited to announce the launch of LQBTQ+ Night! This evening is led by mechanics in the LGBT+ community. We promote a safe space to improve your confidence in bike mechanics and strongly emphasize inclusion, access, and mentorship. Meet new people and learn the basic skills to tune up a bike. Bring your own bike or work on one of ours. Space is limited!  Another program with no cost to attend. We gladly accept donations. 

Next LGBTQ+ Night(s):

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Free Repair Clinic

  • Appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Everyone has an equal chance for service.
  • Check-in is from 10am to noon. If you have not checked in by noon, your appointment is forfeited.
  • You may sign up again for a later appointment.
  • Free service is limited to two repairs per Saturday. In the interest of safety, GKB reserves the right to choose the two items. You may sign up for another appointment for different repairs on a different Saturday.
  • Service must be on a bicycle. No bare frames or missing wheels, etc.
  • We do not make free repairs of comfort and cosmetics: saddles, grips, bar tape, etc.
  • Your repairs are made by volunteers, therefore, you must sign a waiver.
  • Unfortunately, we cannot have you wait in the shop. We will text you when your service is complete.
  • You must retrieve your bike by 2pm.

Park Tool School

The Park Tool School is a hands-on maintenance and repair course taught by experienced mechanics at Good Karma. Learn how your bike works from flat repair to full overhaul. Course curriculum and materials are sourced from Park’s BBB-4 Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair and United Bicycle Institute’s Professional Repair and Shop Operation.  Experienced and novice mechanics, alike, will gain valuable skills.

Bring your own bike to work on or use one of ours.

Your $300 course includes:
· 18 hours of hands-on instruction
· 20% discount for any tool purchases made during month of session
· Certification of Completion​

Course is currently waitlisted.





Volunteer Program

Fixing something that is broken is intrinsically rewarding. Just imagine the Good Karma when you fix someone’s bicycle! You can transform your life—and your community.

We offer individual and group volunteering opportunities. We ask that you seriously contemplate enrolling in our Park Tool School to make the most impact.

Please email if you are interested in becoming a shop volunteer or docent.


Mobile Repair

Good Karma Bikes Mobile Repair is here for your bicycle repair and maintenance needs. GKB offers on-site bicycle repair to corporations throughout Santa Clara County. To learn more about having GKB Mobile Repair visit your company, email today.