RBK Bicycle Maintenance Course - Practical Workshop for Beginners
Saturday 20 Feb 2016

Kingston council's Sustainable Transport Team will be holding a series of bike maintenance courses. Unsure about how to adjust your brakes, or have noisy gears and all at sea about it? This practical workshop on bike maintenance for beginners is perfect for you. Led by fully qualified bicycle mechanics.

Topics covered:
  • Complete an ‘M Check’. This will allow you to check key parts of your bike for wear and nip in the bud any developing problems.
  • Adjust and balance your brakes and replace your brake pads.
  • Make some minor adjustments that make your riding experience more comfortable.
  • Remove your rear wheel, inner-tube and tyre and how to repair a puncture.

Cost:
The course costs £15 per person to cover the venue costs. 

To book yourself the a course and more infomation visit RBK's cycling page here.

Starts:
09:00 - Saturday 20/02/2016
Ends:
13:00 - Saturday 20/02/2016
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