FREE Classes in Basic Bike DIY for Beginners
Would you like to learn how to fix your bike for free at our Sheffield shop? Then sign up for one of the friendly and informal Basic Bike DIY classes we will be running from our shop every weekend in April, and the 3rd and 24th of May.
Why are we offering free classes in Sheffield?
We want to mark the fourth anniversary of the opening of our shop on Broadfield Road with the launch of a campaign – Get Cycling in Sheffield.
We are on a mission to make cycling more enjoyable.
Knowing what to do if you experience ‘a mechanical’ helps make you a more self-confident and therefore a happier rider.
We think you’ll enjoy cycling even more when you discover how easy it can be to, for instance, deal with a puncture.
You’ll be a happier and safer cyclist if you know how to keep your brakes and gears in good working order.
People who’ve attended our classes regularly comment how much they have enjoyed learning and using the basic bike DIY skills they’ve picked up from us. We think you will too, so book yourself onto a Basic Bike DIY Class for free today. You know you have nothing to lose.
How to book?
To book yourself onto a class, pop into our shop on Broadfield Road, off Abbeydale Road, Sheffield, S8 0XQ. Alternatively, you can call us on 0845 257 0808 or 0131 331 5010 to book your place.
The small print
- To make the classes truly useful, spaces are limited to 4 learners per session.
- First come first served.
- Each class lasts 3 hours, and will be restricted to the basics, which any cyclist will benefit from – puncture repair and elementary brake and gear adjustment.
- This offer is only available in our Sheffield shop.
- Children under 16 years old can apply, but need to be accompanied by a responsible adult.