What an immense tragedy it is when there exists a multitude of bike parts, and we extinguish its purpose in the abyss of landfill – particularly when it could beContinue readingTike Parts Burned Art
As some of you may have heard, good ol’ Mechanical Tempest is moving on to different pastures. We have a bunch of stuff to pass on to ostensibly better homesContinue readingBig Spring Bike Garage Sale 2021 !
I’m a far better bike mechanic than a video editor but here’s how you replace Shimano hydraulic disc brake pads. Happy for any feedback on video shooting or bike maintenanceContinue readingHow to replace Shimano hydraulic disc brake pads
We have started offering occasional DIY bike repair again in our new location, and will soon be returning to a regular schedule of opening hours and a workshop staffed byContinue readingNew location update 2018
Mechanical Tempest needs your help moving stuff out of 128 Abel Smith Street. The working bee will be on Sunday, February 19th from 11am-5pm. Feel free to come anytime andContinue readingSummer Relocation Working Bee 2017
Thursday, 2 February 2017, 2:37 pmPress Release: Mechanical Tempest Wellington’s Community Bike Workshop Seeks New Home 2 February 2017 Following a reorganization of the space at the 128 Collective’s RadicalContinue readingWellington’s Community Bike Workshop Seeks New Home
Council open Bike Space to encourage Wellingtonians to maintain their bikes CHELSEA MCLAUGHLIN Last updated 05:00, January 26 2017 There is a new, bright blue shipping container in town with aContinue readingBike Space Open for Daytime DIY Bike Repair
Thanks to the enthusiasm of Renee Rushton at the Newtown Community Centre, The Mechanical Tempest will be leading a monthly summer bike workshop in Newtown. Wenches with Wrenches will alsoContinue readingNewtown Community Centre brings Mechanical Tempest workshops to Newtown