Whether you’re an occasional bike rider who wants a well maintained bike with minimum fuss, or an avid rider wanting to do all your own repairs, one of our bicycle maintenance courses will ensure you’re only doing the right things for your bike, making your bike run smoother for longer, saving yourself money on repairs, and adding a new and useful skill to your biking experience.
Our workshop based courses can be held at our classroom workshop in Abergynolwyn, or at a venue closer to you. Our trail-side courses run in a location to suit you.
Basic Bicycle Maintenance Course
Learn the skills to keep your bike running smoothly – from oiling the chain to adjusting
gears, you’ll learn techniques and skills to keep your bike running at its best.
Our Basic Bicycle Maintenance Course will teach you
The Basic Maintenance Course lasts 1 Day and cost £70 per person (2-6 people)
Advanced Bicycle Maintenance Course
A more in-depth course covering replacing parts and components – headsets, bottom
brackets, hubs, brakes, and gears – learn to take them apart and put them back to together
Our Advanced Bicycle Maintenance Course covers everything in the Basic Maintenance Course and also the following procedures:
The Advanced Bicycle Maintenance Course lasts 2 Days and cost £120 per person (2-6 people)
No matter how good your bike is and how well it’s looked after, at some point on the trail we all have mechanical breakdowns. On this course you will learn what kind of breakdowns you’re likely to experience, how to maintain your bike to minimise the likelihood of a breakdown, what to carry in case of breakdown, and what to do if a breakdown actually happens. And the best bit? You’ll learn all this whilst out riding on the trails of North Wales.
The trailside course lasts 5 hours and costs £120 (1 to 1), £60 (2 persons), £50 (3 persons), £40 (4 persons), £30 (5 persons). Prices are slightly cheaper again on one of our pre-arranged courses (see calendar for details)