Evolution Cycles offer a range of bike maintenance and repair training courses to help you to get the most out of your bike. Participants learn the secrets of our bike whisperer Chris who has 20 years of experience building and fixing bikes. Covering everything from basic maintenance through to wheel building and drive train replacement there is a course for everyone.
Having 20+ years of experience in the bike industry, Chris is also a highly trained CyTech mechanic, one of the highest qualifications in Bicycle Maintenance worldwide. Chris has worked with pro cycle teams around the world and continues to be one of the most sought after mechanics in the trade.
Next course starts:
Kilmurry Hotel, Castletroy, Limerick
9am - 6pm on Saturdays
Includes carvery lunch and tea/coffee.
Small 5 people groups
Full day intensive courses
Fix nearly anything on your bike, replace a innertube (with ease), tighten your brakes and set up your gears. Service your wheel hubs, tru your wheels, service your headset and bottom bracket. We’ve taught this course to avid roadies, die hard mountain bikers and commuters dependant on their bikes who all love it.
Whether your aim is to master gear indexing or look like a pro when you’re changing a tube, this course has given insight to seasoned and beginners alike.
We do advise that if you have no mechanical background that you attend the Tune Up Course first.
It’s time to start
We recommend working on your own bike, there are many different styles of components so tuition is tailored to you and your bike, it also means you’ll leave with a smoother ride. That said, workshop bikes can be requested prior to the session, just drop us an email.
We will take our Tune Up course to any location if you have a group of 4 +, it’s great as an employee benefit, youth group activity, cycling club social or a pre tour preparation.
Attending a maintenance course even if you usually have your bike serviced by a shop is very worthwhile. Knowing how to adjust brakes and gears, etc will give you the confidence to fix it yourself to keep yourself going if something goes wrong on the ride.