Welcome back inside BICAS!
(Limited services and masks required.)
Starting April 27th, BICAS will begin our Public Phased Reopening Plan, welcoming a limited number of customers into our warehouse to allow for adequate social distancing and spacing. Customers may enter the building for their shopping and browsing needs. We know how eager you’ve been to get a closer look at ALL the bikes we have inside. In this current phase we will also continue to offer gate service as well as our sliding scale repair services.
We appreciate your patience as we build capacity and prepare to move into our upcoming phases when we will be able to reopen our Community Tools, WorkTrade, and Community Service programs, eventually phasing out our Essential Repair Services. We are so excited to one day return to our guided approach to do-it-yourself bicycle repair which has been the cornerstone of our programming for decades. Stay posted for announcements regarding these opportunities as well as upcoming classes and small events.
Health and safety precautions still in effect
- All people must wear masks inside BICAS.
- Occupancy is limited.
- People wishing to enter BICAS should expect to wait in line.
- Physical distancing must be adhered to. Stay at least 6 feet from any other person.
- Use of hand sanitizer will be required before entry.
What will be available
Inside shopping and browsing.
Small-sized in-person bike repair classes.
In-person Art programing events.
Sliding scale repair services
Bicycle sales and test rides
What will not be available
Community Tools, our supported DIY repair center
- Work Trade program
- Community Service hours
- Youth Drop In Saturday hours
Current Indoor Shopping Guidelines
Please keep your mask securely covering your mouth and nose at all times or you will be asked to leave.
Stay within the chalked outlines and direction of flow indicated by arrows and maintain 6 feet distance from staff and other shoppers at all times.
All customers are asked to use a squirt of hand sanitizer upon entry.
When there is a line customers will have a 15 minute time limit for shopping. When you are ready to make your purchases please bring your basket back up to the front. If your 15 minutes have expired we will call your name and you will be asked to check out.
Please ask for assistance in taking down any bikes and help us keep our shop organized by returning items to the correct bins
Beginning May 7, the Art Program is looking for volunteers of all ages to help sort, process and sell upcycled pieces at BICAS! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your interest and we will figure out how to safely match your craft goals with our craft needs.