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Job: Bicycle Mechanic for Mobile Repair Co. – Sprocketfly

Posted by on March 10th, 2016 at 11:23 am

Job Title *
Bicycle Mechanic for Mobile Repair Co.

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Job Description *
Us: We are a locally-owned company that delivers quality bike-repair service directly to our customers where they work and live. We pride ourselves on building fantastic relationships with our clients and spreading positive energy everywhere we go.

The job: This is not your ordinary mechanic gig. Every repair is an adventure! Our typical gig is a 2-4 day tune-up event, where a team of mechanics will work on 10-15 bikes per day. Our head bike tech brings Sprocketfly’s super cool bike trailer–complete with all the tools and gear we need for a successful event–and the rest of the team brings their A-game. Be ready to wrench with vigor, good humor, and a team-minded spirit.

This is a premier service and your efforts will be compensated accordingly. Payment is proportional to the amount of service we deliver collectively as a team, but usually shakes out to around $20/hr. The more bikes we fix the higher the compensation.

You: We are specifically seeking people who already have extensive experience working as a bike mechanic. A jolly demeanor and team mentality are crucial. Don’t be shy, you will be interacting directly with customers, keeping it fun and friendly all while making their bikes awesome. This is not a full time position, but rather gig to gig, and can coexist with your other earthly endeavors.

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How to Apply *
We’d love to get to know you better. Please send an email to with your resume and a short statement about why you are stoked to work as a mobile bike mechanic.

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