Race Pace Bicycles Park Tool School - Baltimore Federal Hill Store

Park Tool School is a 7 week course of basic bicycle maintenance. Classes begin with basics of cleaning and lubing your bicycle. Classes provide instruction on proper tire/tube installation, installation and adjustment of derailleurs, brake ...(Read More)

Race Pace Bicycles Park Tool School - Baltimore Federal Hill Store
$350.00
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This item is not permitted to be shipped, however it can be purchased online and picked up at one of our stores at your convenience OR we can deliver to your home or office for a $50 fee to the following counties in Maryland: Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, Howard, and Baltimore City.
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Park Tool School is a 7 week course of basic bicycle maintenance. Classes begin with basics of cleaning and lubing your bicycle. Classes provide instruction on proper tire/tube installation, installation and adjustment of derailleurs, brakes, wheel bearings and wheel truing. Classes are 6pm-8pm on Wednesdays, beginning January 10, 2018 in our Baltimore Federal Hill store.

All students will receive a course book and lab materials are provided.

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    From the ground up, this course has saved me countless times on the road. From damming a punctured tire with a candy bar wrapper to fixing a friend's seized hub on a weekend tour to knowing the ins and outs of simply fixing a flat, wrapping bar tape, adjusting brake pads, truing a misaligned wheel, and adding grease to the proper places - this course is as good as it gets. The tales are fun, too, for the budding commuter and experienced racer alike - from stuffing tires with leaves in order to get back home to using a stem cap bolt to replace a broken seatpost collar bolt on a distance race - this class covers even the tallest tales and more. If you are committed to calling yourself a cyclist in the present or future, you are missing out if you haven't taken this course. Five stars. Additionally, if you plan on becoming a home mechanic the class pays for itself in the long run.

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