Bike Shop

Our Bike Shop is now located at 284 Amory Street in the same space as our Hub.

284 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130


Spring Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday 12pm-7pm
Wednesday 12pm-7pm
Thursday 12pm-7pm
Friday 12pm-7pm
Saturday 11am-5pm
Sunday Closed

The Bike Shop is open for all sales and service. No appointments are necessary. Simply ring the doorbell at the top of the ramp on the left side of the building and someone will assist you

Customers will be allowed in the shop on a limited basis to browse our inventory of bikes. Accessory sales and repair drop-offs can be done at the front entrance. On Saturdays, sales will be conducted in the parking lot with bikes and accessories outside.

Large donations may be brought to the loading dock in the front of the building. Please call the sales team at 617.522.0222 x1 when you are outside.


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Welcome to the Bikes Not Bombs Bike Shop & Training Center!

We serve Boston's cycling community with a large selection of new and reconditioned bicycles and thorough, timely repair service. We also offer a weekly Tool Time, where you can use our tools under the guidance of trained youth apprentice mechanics to work on your bike. 



As a certified Bianchi dealer, we stock a full line of city, road and touring bikes from Bianchi and can order any bike from their catalog for you. We can also special order Surly bikes by request. Check out our Bikes for sale for more information. In addition, we stock a full complement of parts, accessories, and apparel geared towards bicycling as a primary form of transportation.


Bikes Not Bombs uses the bicycle as a vehicle for social change.

Every dollar you spend at the bike shop helps support BNB's work.

At the Bike Shop:

We rebuild hundreds of reclaimed bicycles.
We provide expert repair and service in a welcoming and inclusive environment.
We are a consistent and reliable source of funding for BNB's programs with youth, internationally and at the Shop.
We offer training and job opportunities in bicycle mechanics to youth and adults.


The Bike Shop has been recognized as Boston's Best Bike Shop multiple times, including TWICE in 2018!

Some bike shops take themselves too seriously—What, you don’t know how to change a chain? At this unassuming yet hip workshop, however, even complete novices are welcome. Staffers will patiently answer any questions about the trials and tribulations of urban cycling before steering you toward a superb selection of sleek new city cruisers from brands like Bianchi and Linus, as well as refurbished wheels. And that kindness extends to all aspects of the nonprofit: Bikes Not Bombs ships thousands of refurbished two-wheelers to partners across the world, and supports the community closer to home with a youth-employment program for Boston’s aspiring mechanics.





This Jamaica Plain biz has been giving new meaning to the word recycling since 1984. For the nonprofit, it’s more like re-cycling—as in rebuilding and reusing bikes. Of the 6,000 two-wheelers rehabbed annually, most go to countries in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, but lots go on sale at the shop, which also offers repairs and do-it-yourself clinics in addition to mentoring and job training for Boston teens. 




How can you not love a place that repurposes and redistributes roughly 6,000 used bikes per year? This nonprofit Jamaica Plain shop stays close to its community-centric roots, putting all funds back into youth programs while offering a full range of repair and retail services.


For many years, Boston had been rated the worst cycling city in a number of shimmering publications. These guys have been turning that around for a while. Not only are they a solid refurbished bike shop, but they also create a wealth of community-building programs locally and internationally.  They're social change superstars.

A nonprofit founded in 1984, Bikes Not Bombs sells reconditioned bikes that have been overhauled by an expert staff of fellow riders, as well as a variety of ready-to-ride new models. It also functions as a full-service repair shop and offers classes so you can learn to fix your own. Profits go toward local community initiatives such as its Earn-A-Bike youth education program, in which future riders are taught bike rebuilding and street safety, and toward international programs that help bring wheels to the developing world.