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Learn how to maintenance your bike in this workshop!
A hands on workshop for women where you’ll learn how to identify and fix a punctured tyre, as well as how to maintain your chains and gears. Conducted by local not-for-profit organisation Back2Bikes - a social enterprise providing bicycle training, repair and recycling services for the local community, asylum seekers and refugees.
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL. Limited to 12 people only
- Concession card holders must have a valid card at time of event
- When registering you can decide on whether you would like to work on your own bike or not. You will be working in groups of two, coupled by skill/confidence level
- This is a hands-on practical course. The workshop will involve pulling apart components on your bike and putting it back together (in this case, replacing the wheel etc). Please wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty and bring some clean wipes or similar. Closed shoes are mandatory.
- Bring allen keys and tools if you have them. These are handy bike tools to own.
- This workshop runs for three hours so please bring your own bottled water/refreshments and snacks.
- Please keep 15 minutes free after the workshop- we will need your assistance to pack up.
- Young women welcome (12+ only). Please note young women under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult or guardian.
These events are funded by Council. We charge a small fee for tickets to reduce the number of people who register and do not turn up on the day.
Questions? Contact us on email email@example.com or call 9209 6274.
For bike riding routes download the TravelSmart Map of Port Phillip or request a hardcopy map from Council.
For more SHE SPOKE events, check out the Southside Women on Wheels series at City of Port Phillip.
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Sustainable Transport - City of Port Phillip
Port Phillip City Council supports people to walk, ride bike and catch public transport.