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Job: Bicycle Mechanic – Clever Cycles

Posted by on February 9th, 2021 at 6:03 pm

Job Title

Bicycle Mechanic

Company / Organization

Clever Cycles

Job Description

Clever Cycles is seeking a skilled and thoughtful individual to fill a position in our service department. Do you want more folks riding bikes everyday to do things that people do? Are you intrigued by bikes that fold or have the ability to carry more than a rider? Are you comfortable working on ebikes? If so, we’d like to talk.

We are seeking a mechanically-inclined individual to assemble bikes, perform repairs, answer phones and emails. This is a 4-5 day a week position. Competitive wage, sick pay, paid vacation, health insurance, and retirement plan.

What you should have:
A strong work ethic
Thirst for knowledge
A drive to ask questions first
The ability to own up to mistakes, and learn from them
Love for people, bicycles and children
Love for order, detail and communication
Willingness to service electric and non-traditional bikes

Experience working in a bike shop is a requirement.

What we want from you (via email to
A resume
A cover letter (tell us why we want you!)
At least 2 current references
Your availability and desired schedule

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $15.00 to $21.00 /hour

COVID-19 considerations:
Our store is not currently open to the public. We are meeting customers curbside. All employees are required to wear a mask at all times when on premises and social distance.

How to Apply

See job description

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