If you love to learn, willing to get your hands dirty, and want to know more about your bike. This is the class for you! Sign up for our other sessions. Space is limited, so don't forget. Do it now!
Do you want to learn bicycle-repair techniques?
What the proper tools are for the job and how to use them?
Then be sure to sign up for one of our Park Tool School Repair Clinics!
Learn while working on your bike and gain knowledge of fundamental adjustments, tools and technology. How to maintain your bike, adjust brakes, derailleurs, overhaul bearings, change tires, wheel truing and more. Students will grasp mechanical concepts and learn how to use bike specific tools. Suggested reading is the “Park Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair” which you have two price options whether to include supplementary text.
Sign up for ONLY
$160 (without book) $175 (with book)
DATES TO BE DETERMINED
We can hold private sessions for 4-6 people on weekends (dependent on shop schedule) during our colder months! Great opportunity for bonding & building moments with family, friends, bike/tri clubs and groups!
**One session will be a Saturday & Sunday of the same weekend. If you plan on signing up, expect to attend both days to get the full experience. Park Tool School dates are subject to change based on the number of students signed up.**
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"I'd love to be able to work on more bikes now that I understand them better. Overall I would give this class 2 wheels up and recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about fixing and maintaining their own bikes."
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