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Upcoming Classes#

Everyday Cycling#

Everyday Cycling

This class can help you get rolling and incorporate bicycling into you everyday life! Learn tips for riding safely and legally on the streets and trails. Discuss bicycling infrastructure and how to navigate it by bike and much more!

  • When: April 22 from 6:00 to 7:15 pm
  • Where: Online

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Bicycle Friendly Driver#

Bicycle Friendly Driver

Learn the best and safest ways to share the road with people on bicycles. Discuss traffic safety laws and responsibilities for both cyclists and motorists, shared responsibilities, and how to avoid crashes or conflicts. Earn a Bicycle Friendly Driver certification upon completion of the course.

  • When: May 4 from 6:00 to 7:15 pm
  • Where: Online

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Bike Maintenance 1#

Bike Maintenance 1

This class will be in-person, located at Washington Park. This is dependent on the weather and Covid restrictions. Students are encouraged to bring their own bicycle, but it is not required. The instructor will be reaching out prior to the class with details.

In this intro to bicycle mechanics class we will focus on maintenance that can easily be done at home to keep your bike happy. We will cover the following topics:

  1. Basic Bike Anatomy- review and learn all the basic parts of a bicycle.
  2. Standard tools for at home repairs- we've come up with a top 10 list of tools needed to work on your bike at home.
  3. Fix a flat- this is the #1 at home repair. Learn how to fix a flat for your bike, either tubed or tubeless, or offer tips for your fellow students if you have a tried and true method.
  4. Drivetrain maintenance - cleaning your bike, lubrication, chain wear.
  5. Using barrel adjusters to improve performance for brakes and shifters.

Students that complete the class will receive a free pair of tire levers or patch kit!

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Bike Maintenance 2#

Bike Maintenance 2

This class will be in-person, located at Washington Park. This is dependent on the weather and Covid restrictions. Students are encouraged to bring their own bicycle, but it is not required. The instructor will be reaching out prior to the class with details.

In this second part intro to bicycle mechanics class we will focus on taking maintenance up a notch. Everything covered can easily be done at home to keep your bike happy. If this is your first time trying out at home maintenance on a bicycle, we recommend you take the Maintenance 1 class first. There we cover foundational topics like fix a flat. We will cover the following topics as time allows:

  1. Cables and housing- a basic overview
  2. Barrel adjusters- use to improve performance for braking and shifting
  3. What's that sound?- a basic diagnosis of problems

Students should come to class already knowing what kind of brakes they have. This might require some research, but don't be afraid to jump in to the next level!

Students that complete the class will receive free tire levers or patch kit.

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