Organiser: Workshops for Accessible Cycle Care


Session One (beginners)                       10:00 am - 12:30 pm
- Bike anatomy (naming parts, knowing their function)
- Tyres, pressure, and puncture repair
- Chain maintenance
- Adjusting your bike to fit your body
- Taking a bike apart for transport

​Session Two (intermediate)                   1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
- Brakes: replacing cables/pads and simple adjustments
- Gears: replacing cables and tuning gears

​*Will be adapted to skill level and interests of the group

*WACC Dude-free workshops welcomes cis and trans-women and all gender minorities. 

When: Saturday 21 July

Where: Clyde Quay School, Mt Victoria 


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