Workshops for Schools

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Bike Maintenance &
Safe Cycling Workshop

Bike Mechanics Workshop for Transition Year introduces students to new dimensions of cycling, such as learning how to fix their own bikes, understanding the rules of the road (safe cycling), as well as the physics and maths of cycling (STEM).


At the end of the course, students will be able to fix their own bikes and the bikes of the whole family!

Schools investing in safer and better cycling

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Online Bike Maintenance Workshop for TY
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Safety Checks &
Safe Cycling

As teenagers increasingly take on cycling to move around, it has become more important than ever that they know how to check that their bikes are safe and well tuned.
The workshop is delivered over whatever tools you and your students are familiar with.

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Practical &
Essential Maintenance

On our end we use equipment with optical zoom to help students see and experience the practical demonstrations as if they were there.Conducted by experienced instructors, the workshop is an introduction to essential maintenance and a pre-ride safety check, routine cleaning, brakes and gear adjustments etc.  

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Interactive &
Engaging

Our interactive and engaging 90 minute-long workshop covers all key aspects of bike checking: hubs, brakes, headset, bottom bracket, saddle adjustment and so on.
Through quizzes and Q&As we exchange information on the go to ensure the content is relevant and interesting.

 

"The Bike Hub is hands down one of the most engaging,
productive and practical of the workshops that we've run in
St Michael's College TY - not to mention great value for
money. Stephen & Antonio are such a charismatic pair that
my students warmed to them instantly. A great addition to
our TY schedule: we'll be running this workshop again and
again."

Aaron Copeland (TY Coordinator) St. Michael’s College