Andrew Clark is running this workshop and he says:
"Does your bike look accusingly at you every time you sidle past it? Don't worry, bring a smile to your bike! Come to the class and show it that you care. I will show you how to make your bike safe to ride. You will discover how to make all the necessary checks, and what to do if things are not quite right, or even completely wrong! If you have some tools that you can bring, such as spanners, allen keys and screwdrivers, that will be great. If you can't, don't worry, I will have a comprehensive set of tools to help you. Bikes are great but they can be dirty! Wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty, and you might find it useful to bring latex gloves or similar." All welcome, free (donations also very welcome!).
Please book here as spaces are limited as the courtyard is quite small. http://www.greeniversity.org.uk/class/1677
(And if you can't make this date, Andrew will be repeating the class on on 12 July at Ross Street community centre (booking also required) http://www.greeniversity.org.uk/class/1158 .)