Why not take a cycling maintenance course in London?

Learning cycle maintenance can:

  • save you money on repairs and parts
  • give you confidence when you go out alone
  • be more convenient than going to a shop
  • expand horizons (why not build a bike?)

Join a low-cost LCC cycling maintenance course
Local LCC groups run frequent basic cycling maintenance courses in many London boroughs. These are often low-cost or free, so look on LCC's website, or if there's nothing there, check with your local groups to see when the next ones are happening.

Women-only maintenance course
The next is on Saturday 6 February 2010, from 9.30am to 5.30pm, and is suitable for beginners wanting to learn how to fix a puncture, change brake blocks and other basic maintenance skills. The day costs £65, but you may be eligible for concessions. Visit CTUK's website for more info.

Cycle Systems City & Guilds course
Formerly the Bike Doctor, Cycle Systems was the first to provide the C&G professional bike mechanics' qualification in London. Find more details on their website, and note that LCC members get £75 off the cost of the course.*

Bikeworks professional maintenance course
Bikeworks in East London is now offering the 10-day City & Guilds bike maintenance and repair qualification. The course costs £890 (+VAT), which includes course materials and certification. Bikeworks can help with work experience and employment opportunities too. Visit www.bikeworks.org.uk for more information and course dates.

*Please note: This offer is made to LCC members entirely at the discretion of the third party supplier, from which LCC do not gain or have any control



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