Do you want to learn how to repair bicycles better? Or do you have the know-how, but just don’t have the tools? Maybe give the Provo Bicycle Collective a try.
The Collective is a nonprofit staffed entirely by volunteers that teaches folks how to fix up and maintain their bicycles. It also sells used bikes at reasonable prices (which volunteers fix up), and offers used bike parts for sale, as well as providing tools and knowledge to help everyone ride often and ride safely. The service is provided for free but a donation of at least $5 per hour is suggested. The Collective was established two or three years ago as a branch of the Salt Lake Bicycle Collective and is open for limited hours on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. The collective also provide bicycle valet parking at the Provo Farmers Market and the Rooftop Concert Series.
Here is their address and contact information. They also have a Facebook page.