This series is appropriate for both the aspiring mechanic looking for a place to start or experienced riders who just want to be self-sufficient in basic maintenance.
The maintenance portion of the series (four Wednesdays from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, totaling 8 hours of classroom time) will provide participants with a general understanding of bike anatomy/functionality and how to perform common bike repairs. Each session will focus on a different area, as follows:
The shop classes are a mixture of lecture, lab and study. The class instructor will provide context for the repairs and give demonstrations on proper technique, and then lead labs in which students practice these skills on their own bikes (or a shop bike if preferred). Students will be offered the opportunity to practice further on Tuesday evenings, or Saturday afternoons, although it’s not required.
Please contact Justin Curtis, COP Cycling Co-Chair, at email@example.com or Jonathan Youngman, FCW Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the volunteer opportunity (arrangements will be made to schedule your volunteer hours and a code for registration will be provided) or with any questions regarding the course or registration.
Registration for this series may be made directly through Franklinton Cycle Works at http://franklintoncycleworks.org/event-registration
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