Some of the feedback I’ve been receiving from the first 50 people who tested the Bike Maintenance in a Weekend course has been amazing:
“What I especially liked was the mechanic was very soft spoken, easy to understand, and did not talk down, as you see in many YouTube videos. I just wish I had access to these videos years ago when I got into bicycle maintenance. Great course!” Steve, New York
“A lot of thought and effort will have gone into these videos with the view to answer pretty much all the questions anyone would have when taking on bike maintenance.” Javed
“Clearly explained and thorough enough for a novice to follow, without feeling that steps were being skipped. I think Tom from the London Bike Kitchen is the perfect person to front this maintenance course – he has a great manner: always clear without ever being patronising. I particularly loved the fact that I could easily browse the site and watch the videos using my iPad. This is really handy for portability when performing the maintenance, but also great for lazing on the sofa and dipping in and out of the videos to learn something new.” Daniel
The course is now live and you can be one of the first people to get access:
Having the right instructor is the key element
The course is taught by Tom from the London Bike Kitchen.
Tom has taught hundreds of cyclists about bike maintenance before, and he knows the sort of questions people have and the best way to explain things.
This makes the 14 HD videos inside the course incredibly easy to follow, even to people such as myself, who look at a piece of IKEA furniture and rush to the kitchen to make a cup of tea instead.
We’ve also designed the course around the things that typically stop people from successfully maintaining their bike themselves.
We’ve included the M-Check, so you can quickly diagnose issues and check your bike is safe to ride. We’ve added instructions on how to maintain a bike, even if you don’t have a garage or a big garden. We’ve added details on a £20 set of tools you can get, that will allow you to complete 70% of the repairs we cover in the course.
Within minutes of joining the course, you’ll learn about the 2 quick things you can do, that will make you better than most cyclists at bike maintenance.
Found out more about what is included inside the course, by visiting our launch page:
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