Date: 10th Jan 2022
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Since March 2020 we have been unable to use the room at Kentish Town Health Centre.
In November and December 2021 we will meet at 19 Highgate Road
But after that we will need to look for another location.
Currently you must book for our workshops
An Eventbrite form will be installed on this page two weeks before the workshop. We will offer eight places at 6:30pm and another eight at 7:30 pm.
If you would like a reminder nearer the time, then sign up for the Kentish Town Bike Workshop newsletter.
The mechanics have their own tools and some basic spare parts (brake pads, cables, inner tubes, repair kits) which you can buy (cash only). 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.
You should not attend this workshop if you are displaying symptoms of Covid-19 or think you have it. The safety of our volunteers and participants is important to us. Please make sure you are following the latest government guidance in regards to Covid-19.
We will keep everyone as safe as possible by observing all the COVID Regulations our volunteer Dr Bikes will be wearing face masks. Please bring a face mask and wear it while at the workshop.
The workshops are jointly organised with Transition Kentish Town and are free.