Sorry for the tardiness of this post. I mentioned last week that there would academic hours this Monday and that’s still the plan, 4-7pm. Come ready to study and learn. We’ll discuss/decide when Mechanics hours will be, both at academic hours, and in a later blog post as well. But for now lets transition from learning about bikes to good old book learn’in.
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We’re going to do this on Monday one more time 8-10 before academic hours start 8-17. Then we’ll move it to another day, probably fridays. 4-6pm tomorrow! Another freestyle session! Bring your rides and/or questions tomorrow!
After 2 weeks off we’re ready to do another mechanics monday! 4-6pm tomorrow. The plan is to do a free style learn what you want session. Something wrong with one of your bikes I’ll teach you about it, just want to learn a certain topic I’ll teach you about it! Wanna have a freestyle battle I’ll school you! Be there!
Sorry I dropped the ball and posted this so late. Mechanics Monday is canceled tomorrow the 27th because so many folks are on the Grand Canyon trip. We will resume 8/3.
Sorry for any confusion, I know I told some of you there would be class this week. At the time my mind was stuck on routine and did remember that we had youth summer bike camp this week. We will resume Mechanics Mondays again on 7/27
We will continue to work on rebuilding those two bicycles and converting the one to a more modern shift configuration. 4-6pm.
We will be rebuilding the bottom brackets and headsets on the bikes we have been working on. We will likely cover other topics as well depending on time constraints.
We will continue working on those awesome steel bikes we started on last week. This week we will recable the bikes and discuss housing types and lengths, cable types, and proper installation. Plus whatever other topics we can get to. 4-6pm 🙂
Class will be from 4-6 tomorrow. We’ll start rebuilding some cool old steel bikes at the clubhouse.
We will be teaching a mechanics class tomorrow Monday from 4-6pm. I was thinking we would do an intro to bearing systems. However we might cover other topics like flat fixing if enough folks are interested.