Bike 911, Cycling 101 and Maintenance 101 will rotate March through October covering different topics that Cycle Therapy customers and the public can attend.
The classes will be taught by Cycle Therapy expert mechanics.
The first clinic, Cycling 101, will take place Saturday at 8 a.m. Cycling 101 has two components — a class and a ride to practice what was learned in class. Cycling 101 is geared for newer riders who want to learn about ride etiquette, safety on the road, proper clothing and bike form.
The second part of the class will be a ride along the Ridge Ferry Trail, weather permitting.
Maintenance 101 is ideal for those cyclists who like to work on their bikes but have questions about the best way to clean it, derailleur adjustments, change cables, identify shifting issues and brakes.
Bike 911 is in its second year and is a very popular class with women and those who need help learning how to change a flat tire and tube.
Bike 911 focuses on the basics of removing wheels, tires and tubes, patching the tube and reinstalling the tire to get the rider back on the road or trail.
All classes are $10 and must be prepaid by the Wednesday prior to class. Checks may be mailed to Cycle Therapy, but no credit cards will be accepted over the phone.
If bikes have been purchased from Cycle Therapy in the last year the class is free. To RSVP for the classes email email@example.com or call the shop at 706-235-4866.
THIS YEAR’S CYCLE THERAPY BIKE CLINIC SCHEDULE
SATURDAY — Cycling 101, 8 a.m.
APRIL 1 — Maintenance 101, 6:30 p.m.
APRIL 20 — Bike 911, 9 a.m.
MAY 4 — Cycling 101, 8 a.m.
JUNE 1 — Maintenance 101, 9 a.m.
JUNE 24 — Bike 911, 6:30 p.m.
JULY 13 — Cycling 101, 8 a.m.
AUG. 3 — Maintenance 101, 9 a.m.
SEPT. 7 — Bike 911, 9 a.m.
SEPT. 30 — Maintenance 101, 6:30 p.m.
OCT. 19 — Cycling 101, 8 a.m.