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With The Lake District and The Yorkshire Dales on our doorstep - KDCS offers an exciting selection of cycle rides throughout the local area and beyond. There are social gatherings including slide shows, talks and supper evenings and members are kept up to date with cycling news and issues through this web site, emails and our Facebook pages. KDCS are an affiliated group of Cycling UK.

Friday, January 16, 2015

Biketreks’ Workshop Classes –

All classes are hands on and delivered in a format that is easy to understand and assumes you have little to no technical knowledge.  They won’t blind you with science and they will explain everything again and again until it’s clicked.  They have handy video’s to show you and plenty of help sheets to take away once you leave the class, and they are only at the end of the phone if you need them.

Typically a class is 2 hours long and costs £15 per head and there are generally 4-6 people involved.  As a general guide  run classes on a Sunday 10am to 12pm, but they are flexible if these days do not suit your schedule.  If there is something specific you and a bunch of friends want to learn then they are open to teaching you anything so just get in contact with them to organise something.  
So if you want to learn how your bike functions no matter what level you are at then just give them a ring 015394 31245 or  email -  info@bike-treks.co.uk - to arrange a class. 

Here are some classes that Biketreks regularly run:
  • Rockshox Reverb seatpost servicing – 25th Jan and 8th March 
  • Rockshox Fork and Shock servicing – 8th Feb and 22nd March 
  • Fox Fork and Shock servicing – 11th Jan and 22nd Feb 
  • Rockshox Fork and Fox Shock servicing 
  • Basic Bike Husbandry (washing, drying, lubing, and checking your bike over) – 18th Jan and 15th Feb 
  • Starting With The Basics – Taking wheels in and out, fixing a puncture, pre-ride checks, checking brake pads for wear 
  • Gears – how to set them up, tune them, replacing cables. 
  • Seasonal bearing maintenance on VPP Santa Cruz’s