Online puncture repair classes for women

How to fix a bicycle puncture repair classes
How to fix a bicycle puncture repair classes
Learn how to fix a bicycle puncture

Online puncture repair classes for women

As part of the Women's Festival of Cycling, we are inviting women to join Cycling UK's FREE online beginner fix a puncture clinics. They will take place in our "virtual classroom" where you can follow along in the comfort of your own home, learn how to fix your bike yourself, and have your questions answered. In all of our classes, you will enter a patient environment in which you will follow along with the tutor. The tutor will make sure that everyone has completed each stage before moving on to the next step. Nobody gets left behind.

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How to fix a bicycle puncture repair classes
How to fix a bicycle puncture repair classes

How to fix a puncture (rim brakes)

7pm Monday 19 July, with Silvi Vargas

In this class, you will learn how to change an inner-tube. This is a vital skill for if (when) you get a puncture whilst out riding. Although it can seem daunting at first, it becomes quick and easy with practice. 

This class is specifically for bikes with RIM BRAKES. Rim brakes mean that the mechanism that stops the wheel works with two pads that squeeze the metal part of the wheel. You can check this on Google or email us a picture of your bike if you are unsure. 

How to fix a puncture (disk brakes)

7pm Monday 26 July, with Silvi Vargas

In this class, you will learn how to change an inner-tube. This is a vital skill for if (when) you get a puncture whilst out riding. Although it can seem daunting at first, it becomes quick and easy with practice. 

This class is specifically for bikes with DISK BRAKES. Disk brakes mean that the mechanism that stops your wheel works with a metal disk in the centre. You can check this on Google or email us a picture of your bike if you are unsure. 

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**Please note that these are practical sessions, so for both classes you will need your bike, a clear space and your own tools. Details of exactly what you will need will be sent out in the pre-class email pack.**