FAQ


Is there a Mechanic in the shop to help me?

Not always. We are focused on our members learning new skills, and encourage everyone to use what is at their disposal to get the job done. Having a manual for your bike is a great first step. Asking one of our knowledgeable staff, another member, or even the internet is an amazing second resource. We also offer workshops and classes, which could fill you in on exactly what has been the issue. 

Ya, but what if I still can't figure it out?

Don't worry! People have been working on motorcycle's and doing their own mechanic work since the beginning of time. For every issue you have, someone else has worked through and come out the other side of it before. We can definitely figure it out. 

What does “bench time”, or “shop use” cover?

If you are working on your bike, in the shop, it would be considered bench time. You’ll be checked in at our intake desk when you arrive, and we will check you in for what time you start working on your bike or using a lift.

 

What if I want to cancel my membership?

Absolutely, we require 30 days notice to make sure we get you off our following billing cycle. We cannot cancel memberships part-way through a billing cycle. We also do not refund paid, but unused memberships.

 

I only want to use the shop for a month?

No problem, just let us know at the time of registration and we’ll just charge you for the month.

 

What about using the shop for 1 week?

That’s fine. You have a choice between the daily membership rate of $25/bench hour or signing up for a monthly membership, whichever is going to suit your need better.

  

What if I have not the slightest clue on what I’m doing?

Our motto here at Moto Revere is “Don’t Worry About it!” we can help you figure it out. If you can hold a wrench, and maybe don’t even know how to turn it properly, we’re confident that you can use the space.

 

 

Can I order parts through Moto Revere?

Yep, mostly! If we can’t get something for you, we can source it for you. We, like most shops don’t keep a lot on hand, so be sure that you have what you need to get your work done before booking into the shop. Parts, oil, and other fluids are your responsibility.

 

We also are really excited about working with local and Canadian makers for custom fabrication such as upholstery, and custom paint jobs!

 

Do I need insurance on my bike to bring it in?

Yes. We need to see registration and insurance for each bike that is in the shop. Please also note that thieves and stolen goods are our worst enemy.

 

Can I work on my mom’s, boyfriends, neighbours or someone else’s motorbike for them?

We prefer that you only work on you own bikes, as registered under your name. You will be asked to register your bike(s) upon signing up for a membership.

 

 

Shoot us a message if you've got a question about the shop!