Bicycle Repairer Salary


How Much Does a Bicycle Repairer Make?

On average, a Bicycle Repairer make $31,360 a year. The lowest-paid 10 percent made $22,430, while the top-paid 10 percent made $42,630.

Annually National Average Salary: $31,360

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* Based on information from the May 2019 salary report from the BLS.



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Salary by State

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Annual Salary by State

State10% Annual25% AnnualAvg. Annual75% Annual90% Annual
Arizona$24,520$27,440$34,760$43,180$47,690
California$23,970$25,690$33,560$38,080$47,640
Colorado$25,400$27,800$32,440$36,590$40,310
Connecticut$23,260$25,090$35,620$45,750$53,800
District of Columbia$27,970$29,280$33,850$37,690$40,200
Florida$21,540$24,760$29,160$31,450$38,760
Georgia$24,180$28,040$33,640$39,640$46,520
Idaho$20,010$22,040$26,590$30,630$36,440
Illinois$21,260$26,250$33,180$37,830$51,490
Indiana$19,570$22,390$26,180$29,390$34,120
Iowa$18,800$23,470$29,350$34,860$43,080
Kansas$17,490$21,030$27,110$31,580$37,340
Kentucky$21,660$24,890$29,570$33,720$38,930
Maine$25,640$30,290$36,170$43,250$47,680
Maryland$23,920$29,620$33,580$38,340$40,550
Massachusetts$25,860$28,590$34,560$40,160$46,670
Michigan$20,150$24,180$29,320$34,790$38,370
Minnesota$22,510$25,270$30,430$35,460$38,750
Montana$18,640$21,540$25,670$29,350$31,400
Nevada$25,000$27,210$32,350$36,310$43,630
New Hampshire$22,040$25,440$30,040$35,410$38,900
New Jersey$24,940$26,650$30,810$32,320$38,240
New Mexico$21,380$23,360$28,390$31,610$38,420
New York$24,080$26,550$34,300$39,690$51,590
North Carolina$19,510$22,390$27,410$31,550$36,940
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Ohio$18,750$19,970$26,810$31,040$37,380
Oregon$23,980$26,020$31,050$35,600$39,730
Pennsylvania$18,070$21,890$29,480$36,720$41,090
South Carolina$21,690$24,200$29,370$33,760$40,120
South Dakota$21,240$24,240$29,440$34,920$37,960
Tennessee$21,450$26,170$29,650$34,050$38,410
Texas$16,760$18,770$26,060$31,930$37,980
Utah$20,360$22,870$29,770$36,740$39,780
Vermont$22,990$23,820$28,230$30,740$38,130
Virginia$25,360$28,150$34,720$42,190$48,140
Washington$26,350$28,850$33,030$37,250$40,010
Wisconsin$17,080$19,550$25,950$32,610$37,060
Wyoming$25,030$28,230$36,460$45,280$49,060

Annual Average Salary: Top 5 States

The top earning state in the field is Wyoming, where the average salary is $36,460.

These are the top 5 earning states in the field:

Wyoming - $36,460
Maine - $36,170
Connecticut - $35,620
Arizona - $34,760
Virginia - $34,720

Bicycle Repairers: Salary Overview

As a bicycle repairer, your job is to repair and service bicycles.

Your job description will include a variety of tasks: from changing tires and brakes, cleaning the bicycles to counseling the client regarding the best pieces of equipment to buy as replacements.

Your job responsibilities may also involve ordering the parts, checking the inventory, scheduling the repairs.

If you want to become a bike repairer, you have to know that you will spend most of your time standing.

You will work in a shop alongside other bicycle repairers and with the emergence of the new green technologies, you will have to learn about different kinds of electrical kits that power the bicycle.

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You will have to learn a lot of what the job involves while doing it because there aren’t many classes on this topic but if you have basic math skills, you will learn how to calculate gas pressure and fluid volumes and viscosity, numbers useful when you repair suspensions.

Bike repairers work mostly in repair shops, shops related to rental services, and sporting goods stores.

Experienced bike repairers may also have a small business servicing the bikes from a residential area.

According to the BLS, the mean annual wage for bicycle repairers is $31,360, as of May 2019.

Your earnings will depend on your level of expertise and region of employment.

The lowest 10 percent earned an annual wage lower than $22,430 with an hourly rate of $10,78 while the top 10 percent earned an annual wage of more than $42,630 with an hourly rate of $20,49 as of May 2019.

So, if you have a high level of expertise and you know how to repair a variety of different types of bicycles, you will earn more.

The median wage for this profession was $30,330 which means that half the workers in this profession made less than this amount and half earned more.

Your earning will vary depending on the state you work in.

The greatest density of this kind of service is found in California, Washington, Utah, Colorado, Michigan, Indiana, and New York.

Some states like Arkansas and Missouri have fewer opportunities for this kind of job.

Bicycle Repairer Salary by Industry

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, most bicycle repairers work for sporting goods, hobby, and musical instrument stores.

The average annual wage reported by bicycle repairers who worked in this sector was $30,390 as of May 2019.

Bike repairers who worked in the field of rental and leasing services, earned, on average, $32,980 per year.

The field of personal and household goods repair and maintenance paid bike repairers, on average, with $39,270 per year- this is also the highest-paying field for this profession.

Merchant wholesalers of durable goods offered a mean annual wage for this profession of $35,570.

The average annual wage for bicycle repairers who worked for other transportation equipment manufacturers was $33,720.

There are many other factors that determine how much a bicycle repairer makes.

For example, having a college degree or a diploma in a technical field may help you find a better-paying job.

Experience is another important factor in determining a bicycle repairer’s salary.

As an entry-level bike repairer, you should expect to earn a salary close to the minimum for this profession- around $20,000 a year- and you will most likely start earning more as you gain a few years of experience.

Job Prospects

Your job prospects as a bicycle repairer will vary based on a lot of factors.

A factor that should be mentioned is the rhythm of innovation in green technologies.

Another is the rise in consciousnesses about environmental problems and the transition from cars to other means of transportation including bicycles.

As more people use bicycles instead of cars, the demand for professionals who know how to repair these environment-friendly vehicles is expected to grow.

* Based on information from the May 2019 salary report from the BLS. The figures represent accumulated data for all states of employment for Bicycle Repairers. BLS data represents averages and medians for workers at all levels of education and experience. This data doesn't represent starting salaries.

* Employment conditions in your area may vary.


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