The shop is open to the public again in its original location behind Concordia University’s Hall Building! Note that we are operating with limited opening hours based on volunteer availability, so see the Hours page for our schedule!
Bicycles are a viable urban transportation option, and far more economical and ecological than cars at moving people to where they need to be. Right to Move (RTM) is a non-profit bike shop started in the spring of 1997 by a group of people who believed cycling should be accessible to all, regardless of gender, age, wealth, or ethnicity.
What We Do
- operate a drop-in, do-it-yourself bike shop where you can fix your own bicycle with the help of our volunteer mechanics
- offer workshops on bicycle maintenance and urban cycling in English and French
- accept and collect bicycles destined for the landfill, fix them, and donate them or sell them at low cost to those who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford bicycles
Get access to our shop for just $2 for the day or $20 for a whole year’s membership! We have just about every tool and part you could need to do routine or even specialized repairs.
RTM is volunteer-driven. We are always looking for new volunteers to join our steering committee, help fix bikes, or do administrative work.