Bicycle (DIY) Tune up and Maintenance workshop

  • May 29, 2012 · 7:00 PM
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I am offering a bicycle tune up work shop at my house in Hopkins, it will be more like a DIY with supervision. Shop tools will be provided. I am charging $20.00 for the class ( 3 hours) towards future shop tools and supplies for the class. You can bring your bike to work on. I only have 1 bike stand so space will be limited.

topic include repack headset bearings, wheel bearings, bottom bracket bearings, truing the wheels, brake adjustments. cleaning the chain and safety check. You can practice changing inner tube and examine to inspect outer tire for the puncture cause.

Please be considerate: If you RSVP yes and cannot attend the work shop, please change your RSVP status to NO so that another biker can sign in to use the work shop.

I can accommodate unemployed rider for free workshop.

*RSVPS: You do not need to RSVP "no" if you're not coming.

If you don't RSVP "yes", I know not to expect you. We have our settings such that leaders get an email with every RSVP (and every changed RSVP). Just trying to avoid a plethora of emails from folks telling me they are not coming. Thanks.

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  • paul l

    very good turn out with small class size, too many things need to be done on a bicycle in a limited time.

    May 30, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm very happy that this informal workshop has been made available to those who need to learn a bit more about bikes. Thank for the opportunity.

    May 30, 2012

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