Off the Chain is a low cost, volunteer run, 501(c)(3) bicycle collective open to the Anchorage community. Off the Chain teaches people of all ages and backgrounds how to repair bicycles and strives to increase bicycle ridership, awareness, and safety through community service and education.
Off the Chain is open to the public during shop hours. During open shop hours you have access to our tools, library and advice from our volunteer mechanics. We have an inventory of refurbished bicycles, used parts and basic new parts available.
Next Stripper party is Monday October 27th at 7ish! See you there
Happy PFD day! We would like to send a HUGE thank you to the community for so much support this past year and being generous enough to donate your time and money so we can continue to exist and make a difference in our community.
Off the Chain met with John from IGOAK yesterday to help us start a conversation about the future of Off the Chain. Who knew five years ago that some college students who loved bikes could run this whole operation and be successful at it? Without the support of the community we would be just a bunch of bike nerds in a storage unit. How do you think we’re doing? Shoot us an email and let us know! firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally, now that things are slowing down (or are they?) we will still be open Wednesday, Thursdays (through October), Saturday (until further notice), Sunday. The shop is FULL of bikes right now, including lots of mountain bikes– good winter rides! Hope to see you soon!
Check it out! A great article about Off the Chain published in UAA’s Green & Gold highlights the history off Off the Chain!
Thursday 6-8 “Ladies Night”
*May be closed holiday weekends