This September will see a return to our springtime Thursday night technical workshop series. Whether you’re a D.IY. home mechanic or simply want to have a better understanding of your equipment, these workshops are not to be missed.
Workshop 1: Hub servicing fundamentals, Thursday 13 September, 6-8pm
This workshop provides an overview of hub servicing for those interested in taking their bike maintenance to the next level. Participants will gain an understanding of the three different types of bicycle hub designs (cup and cone, slip-through axle, shouldered axle hub), as well as the general understanding of processes and tools required for bearing replacement and preventative maintenance. FULLY BOOKED
Workshop 2: Wheel truing basics, 20 September, 6-8pm
The workshop covers the basics of wheel truing for home mechanics. It covers the fundamentals of wheel truing including radial and lateral truing, dishing, and balancing spoke tension. It will also cover some of things you might need to get out of a jam with a road-side wheel repair or emergency spoke replacement. FULLY BOOKED
Workshop 3: Setting up tubeless, Thursday 27 September, 6-8pm
Love them, hate them? Not sure? Setting up tubeless wheels can be a consuming and messy job. This workshop will cover some key tips and tricks we use to make setting up tubeless easy the first time. PLACES STILL AVAILABLE
Cost: $15.00 (refreshments and snacks provided)
Places are limited (Max 5 persons per workshop).
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org