Organiser: Workshops for Accessible Cycle Care

WACC is running a comprehensive 6-week bike repair course by and for women and gender minorities.

We'll take you through learning bike lingo and anatomy, what you need to do to maintain your bike in tip-top condition, and how to fix things when they do go wrong. We'll also find some time to talk about feeling confident and safe cycling through the city, setting up your bike to meet your needs, and building a cycling community. 

Each 2 hour class will include a  hands-on lesson and workshop time to practice skills and do repairs. Bike stands, tools and some parts will be provided. This course is suitable for complete beginners as well as people with a little prior experience. 

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

When: Tuesdays beginning June 5

Where: Central Wellington TBC


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