Providing Professional Bicycle Repair with Care
Welcome to Kerri's Neighborhood Bike Shop. I am a little repair shop in a huge cycling town. I offer excellent, professional service. I began my bicycle repair profession in a college cycle shop in Eugene in 1999. I learned to fix an abundant variety of bicycles, appreciating the old and new. I enjoy the time I am able to spend, focusing on each person's bike and needs. I look forward to seeing your ride and talking to you about maintaining your bicycle, helping it ride the best. I also welcome customers who wish to make their bicycle more comfortable. Call me for an appointment and estimate.
Need help transporting you bike? call 541-505-6514
Serving the West Eugene Neighborhoods ...and beyond
Open Saturday and Sunday, September 17th and 18th. I will be out of the shop Sept 19-23rd,(interbike conference) and available evenings only 24th-28th. I will be helping a local bike shop.
Bike Repair Rates
Tune-Up $49(hourly rate)
(repack bearings, tune-up included)
Adjust Brakes or Derailleurs $20
True Wheel $10-15
Overhaul individual Bearing sets $15-20
Replace inner tube $10
***new parts are an additional cost on all repairs***
Local Delivery and Pick-up $5-10
541-505-6514 call or email
Kerri's Neighborhood Bike Shop in the News! Help from Small Business Law Clinic, UofO, Snapshots of the Shop
New! Wool Cycling Caps
Walz makes high quality, wool and cotton, cycling caps. They are washable and maintain their shape. Made in the USA.
I began to feel that myself plus the bicycle equaled myself plus the world, upon whose spinning wheel we must all learn to ride, or fall into the sluiceways of oblivion and despair. That which made me succeed with the bicycle was precisely what had gained me a measure of success in life -- it was the hardihood of spirit that led me to begin, the persistence of will that held me to my task, and the patience that was willing to begin again when the last stroke had failed. And so I found high moral uses in the bicycle and can commend it as a teacher without pulpit or creed. She who succeeds in gaining the mastery of the bicycle will gain the mastery of life. ~ Frances E. Willard How I Learned To Ride The Bicycle. 1895
Gravel Touring around Waldo on refurbished Bridgestone Mountain Bike