Date: 6th Apr 2020
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location Kentish Town Health Centre
Due to preparations for Coronavirus at the Health Centre, from the week of 23 March onwards activities including our bike workshop will be suspended until further notice.
We are therefore cancelling the next two bike workshops (6th April and 4th May).
What is a drop in workshop?
You come with your bike and book in to see one of our mechanics. When it’s your turn, the mechanic will show you how to check your bike and then teach you how to do any necessary repair yourself. While you’re waiting for your turn, you can observe what others are doing and sample a piece of our cake. The mechanics have their own tools and some basic spare parts (brake pads, cables, inner tubes, repair kits) which you can buy. If your bike needs a part we haven’t got, then you can bring it with you to the next workshop.
We plan to focus on easily do-able repairs, like cables, tyres/inner tubes, tuning gears etc, as these are the type of things that people will be able to do for themselves in the future. If your bike requires a complex, time-consuming repair we will advise you as how to get it done.
The workshops are jointly organised with Transition Kentish Town and are free but donations will be welcome.
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