These are not your usual classes
We aim to give you real insights into the workings of your bike, this is why we avoid the generic "fix your bike" style classes and instead focus on specific areas where we can teach you the theory behind why things work before delving into how to troubleshoot, and then repair.
Learn from the best
Classes are held by our lead mechanics
Our Lead mechanics don't just know how to repair bikes, they understand the underlying fundamentals of how they work. From metallurgy to electronics, we delve deep.
Focused on your bike
Each class only has 4 spaces
Our classes are not the usual generic sort. We understand just how different bikes can be, so we keep things focused and intimate so that classes can benefit you the most
3 Classes per week
Regular classes to suit your diary
Each week is focused on a specific area. We hold our "Connoisseur" classes on weekdays from 6:30pm, and our more advanced "Master" classes on Saturdays from 2:30pm.
The Connoisseur Classes
For beginners and enthusiasts, we'll cover all you need to know to confidently tackle your bike's problems.
2 hours, Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:30pm
The Master Classes
For the experienced tinkerer and those who have completed the Connoisseur classes, these classes are intensive
3 hours, Saturdays at 2:30pm
derailleurs or hub gears, chain or belt
Going beyond the basics covered in the Drivetrain Connoisseur class to understand that gears are only a small part of a smooth drivetrain. We'll cover: Advanced drivetrain theory, BB replacement (Pressfit or otherwise), Frame alignment, Derailleur de-gunking, and Chain & Cassette de-greasing.
Tubeless wheel only, spoked or solid
The next level of tire complexity? Removing the tubes of course! Having attended the Wheel Connoisseur class is not essential, but you do need to know how to do a basic puncture repair yourself. We'll cover: Advanced Tire & Wheel theory, Tubeless rim conversion, Tubeless tire fitting, Spoke replacement, Basic wheel truing.
Have the skills but don't have the time to do it yourself?
Even our mechanics sometimes ask others to fix their bike for them when they're short on time.
Keeping your saddle down-time to a minimum is the most important thing at the end of the day!