HAPPY RIDERS HAVE HAPPY BICYCLES
When: Saturday April 25th
Be Happy! Don’t fear riding alone because a tire may go flat!
Do you worry about STUFF HAPPENING, breaking a spoke, a rubbing brake pad, or dealing with uncooperative shifters and derailleurs?
Come to the maintenance clinic and learn how to keeping your bicycle happy. Learn how it works, and how to keep it going. Learn about what to check before you ride, and what to carry when you ride. The clinic covers repairs, maintenance, and demonstrations of the tools needed to do the work. You will learn how to make simple and routine adjustments to you bicycle; and what to do if you wheel develops a pronounced wobble, or if your rear derailleur should jam and twist into a piece of useless junk during a ride, and more. And, of course, we will train you on how to fix a tire that has gone flat. This clinic is designed to benefit both those that are mechanically challenged, and those that are gifted.
The clinic will be take place on Saturday, April 25th, between 9:00 and 3:00 at the Ridgewood Public Library in the Art Room. Registration fee is $15.00 payable on arrival. During the clinic, light refreshments will be served. A confirmed reservation is required. Seating is limited to those with reservation. This event is wait-listed every year. To guarantee a spot, do not delay making your reservation.
To reserve your place you must contact Bob Reich by email or call him in the evening after 7:00 PM, at 973-633-0493. Calls will be accepted until 10:00 PM.