Introductory bike maintenance course for adults, Module 4: Gears, minor adjustments, how to replace gear components and cables and understanding limit screws. Cost £3 payable when you book.
Bike maintenance Module 4: Gears, this is an afternoon course on 2nd March, 1.30pm – 5pm. Led by Rosina McGuigan. The course will be held indoors at Northfield Ecocentre, 53 Church Road, Northfield, B31 2LB. (Some parts of the course may be held in the Ecocentre garden if the weather allows).
Saturday 2nd March
1.30 – 5pm Module 4: Gears. Understanding the function of gears; how to care for gears; how to make minor adjustments to gears; how to replace gear components and cables; understanding limit screws, and how and when to adjust them.
This module will give you the confidence and ability to carry out key bike maintenance you will defiantly need at some point on your cycling journey and keep you cycling. If you have children you will leave confident with key skills you can pass on to them.
There will be a maximum of six learners in each class. We will provide all tools and equipment including bike stands, tools, aprons, etc. The tutor will be Rosina McGuigan, an experienced bike mechanic and trainer. The focus will be on the most common types of bike architecture and component e.g. V-brakes that most cyclists have.
You are encouraged to bring your own bike if possible to work on. If this is not possible for any reason, then we have a range of bikes of all shapes and sizes that can be used to work on during the sessions.
Please take our online quiz – Do You Know How To Maintain Your Bike? This will test your knowledge of bike maintenance and let you know if you would benefit from training. Many people over-estimate their own bike maintenance ability.