Category Upcoming Courses

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Jan

Feb: Bike maintenance for Women (St Kilda East)

Dates: Wed 15 Feb (6.30pm) or Sat 25 Feb (10am).  Now running for the third year, this popular 2 hr demonstration workshop is being delivered as part of the 2017 Sustainable Living Festival program.  The venue has generously been provided by Alma Road Community House (ARCH).  Choose from one of 2 sessions to suit you, …

4
Jan

Feb: Novice/intermediate bike skills (Wantirna South)

Dates:  Sat 11th or 18th Feb 2017.  City of Knox have commissioned two courses for adult residents, to help build skills and confidence: Novice session (11th Feb, 10am-12pm) – traffic-free practical session that focuses on essential bike control skills (e.g. emergency stops, signalling) and correct road positioning.  Bookings via https://knoxcyclewise-novice.eventbrite.com.au Intermediate session (18th Feb, 10am-3pm) – for …

4
Jan

Jan: Bike tour through Nature (Mordialloc)

Date: Fri 20th Jan 2017 (9.30-11.30am).  After a successful ride in 2016, City of Kingston Council are again inviting residents to join us on a leisurely guided bike ride.  The ride will run through some of Kingston’s best natural environment on dedicated bike tracks; passing creeks, wetlands and parks. Includes safety & skills checks, followed …

10
Oct

Oct-Dec: Bicycle skills courses (Camberwell)

Dates: Ranging from 26th Oct to 4th Dec 2016.  Brought to you by the City of Boroondara, Bikes@Work will run the following FREE courses for adult residents: Back on the Bike, Urban Cycling Confidence, Women on Wheels and Basic bike maintenance. All courses take place at Boroondara City Council, 8 Inglesby Road, Camberwell  3124. Information …

19
Sep

Oct: Basic bike repair (Carnegie)

Date: Sun 16 Oct (10-12pm).  Glen Eira Council have commissioned this course to enable interested residents to learn the basics of bike maintenance and repair.  Participants will learn how to undertake basic safety checks, change a tube/repair a puncture/oil the chain and the opportunity to work on own bikes, supported by an instructor. Information here:  …

1
Sep

Sept-Nov: Bike skills & maintenance (Darebin)

Choose from a variety of 8 different courses in Northcote, Preston and Reservoir this Spring/Summer 2016.  Courses include: “Back on the Bike”, “Urban Cycling”, “Women on Wheels” and “Basic bike Maintenance”. Darebin Council provide a range of bike skills workshops for people that live, work or study in Darebin. Whether you’re new to riding or …

1
Sep

Sept: Basic Bike Maintenance (Glen Iris)

Date:  Wed 28 Sept (6.30-8.30pm).  This workshop, for Stonnington residents, covers all the basics of how to maintain a bicycle.  Learn how to remove and replace wheels, complete a safety check, oil the chain, repair punctures and replace a tube. Bikes optional.  Bookings essential – via 8290 1333 or www.stonnington.vic.gov.au/environmentalevents

1
Sep

Sept: Cycle Skills training (Glen Iris)

Date: Sat 24 Sept (9.30-2.30pm).  This 5 hour practical training session is brought to you by the City of Stonnington.  In a small group (max. 7 people), you’ll develop your bike control skills in a traffic-free area and then, after lunch will head out for a group ride on local rides to practice riding in …

1
Sep

Sept: CycleWise training (Nunawading)

Dates:  Sat 10th Sept (Intermediate course) OR Sat 17th Sept (Novice course).  Courses commissioned by the City of Whitehorse, and free for residents.  BYO bike and helmet. Intermediate course:  Course aims to build confidence when riding on paths and roads.  On Sat 10th Sept (10am-3pm, includes lunch). Novice course:  Course is perfect for those who …

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May

Sept: Bike Skills training (Mornington)

Date: Sat 3 Sept (9am-12.30pm or 1-4.30pm).  Choose an AM or PM session, and boost your confidence on the bike. The Mornington Peninsula Shire, in conjunction with Bikes@Work, is proud to conduct four FREE half day bicycle training courses as part of it’s RideSafe Strategy and Towards Zero Municipality initiative. The training courses are targeted …

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