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July, 2024

Thursday
11
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Designed for all cyclists who want to learn proper techniques to save money and time performing routine maintenance and repairs on their own bicycle/s. This 8-hour BikeEd program gives cyclists the opportunity to learn and work on their own bike/s while being supervised by a League Certified Instructor. Participants will have access to Park Tools while receiving hands on instruction regarding proper tool selection and preventative maintenance as well as: tire and tube installation; gear adjustments; brake adjustments; wheel truing; bearing maintenance on bottom brackets, head sets and hubs, and much more.
Donation: $200 or $150 for Wheelhouse Members (+$30 Park Tool Big Blue Book)

For more information and course dates about these and other Smart Cycling programs send email to damionjmiller@msn.com or call Damion at 509.392.3934
Saturday
13
Wheelhouse Bike Shop Columbia Basin College
9:00 AM
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Whether you are a long-time commuter, an avid club rider, or haven’t ridden in years, these fun fact-filled courses are guaranteed to increase your knowledge, skill, cycling enjoyment, and riding confidence for “recreation, transportation, and transformation". Develop and improve your bicycle handling and hazard avoidance skills in this 9-hour interactive Smart Cycling program taught by League of American Bicyclists, Damion Miller. Includes: helmet fitting; bicycle safety inspection; proper biomechanics; review of the most common bicycle crashes and how to avoid them with on bike hazard avoidance skills training; fixing a flat; on road riding through various traffic and road conditions; written test; culminating in Traffic Skills 101 Certification. Recommended Donation $150 for activer members, $200 non-avctive members. Please register in advance as new classes begin the first Saturday (9-Noon) of each month and are limited to a maximum of 5 participants. For more info go to www.bike.league.org or send email to damionjmiller@msn.com