Have Us Come to You!

Hosting in a Nutshell

Help Neighbors

Give neighbors the ability to have their bike tuned right down the block – with a same day turnaround!


Save Money

Receive a discount for hosting.  The more people that bring bikes – the more money you save!

Your Schedule

Have us come on a day that works well for you.  You don’t even have to be around all day!

The Process of Hosting

1. Set-Up a date for the pop-up shop


2. We'll make a flyer for the event

3. You post the flyer on neighborhood social media

4. We handle the rest and show up the day of!

Want to Host a Pop-Up?

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Great service with a smile, very knowledgeable, and very timely! Also very flexible with schedule. Will definitely use Curbside Bicycles again in the future.

Eric S.

Ian did a great job on four bikes at my house. The tune-ups were thorough and he fixed an issue I was having with shifting. It was great that he came right to me, instead of carting bikes to a shop.

Leslie D.

I highly recommend hosting a popup. Ian was professional and fun to work with. It was a win for everyone involved with same-day, affordable and high quality tuneups available for cyclists in our neighborhood.

Lois B.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will the pop-up shop be?

We generally start the pop-up shop at 9am (though this is of course flexible), and go until we run out of bikes! On a slower day, this would be around lunch, with a busy day taking us until 5pm. Typically we depart midafternoon.

Do I have to be home the whole time?

Absolutely not! Feel free to run any errands you’d like, we wouldn’t want to stop you! We appreciate meeting you at some point, but we are able to set-up and pack-up our pop-up in your yard without you being home!

What are my responsibilities as a host?

We are very self sufficient, and will bring our own food, water, chair and work with us to your house! We like to be as minimally invasive as possible, however there are a few things we ask of our hosts:

  • Willingness to post a digital flyer on neighborhood social media – Neighborhood Facebook group, Nextdoor, email listserv, etc.
  • Access to a section of relatively flat yard or driveway
  • Access to a restroom sometime midday
  • In the case of inclement weather, access to covered garage space.  We only take up the space of one car!