Bike Basics – Maintenance Workshop

Sunday 9th January 2022, 3pm – 5pm



Workshop delivered by The Bike Foundry

This Bike basics maintenance workshop is all about giving you an understanding of how your bike should function, so you can identify when something is wrong and start repairing problems yourself. We’ll cover the ‘M’ check for safety, discuss the part names and functions, replace inner tubes and perform puncture repairs and then set up and adjust a set of brakes. At the end of this course you should have the confidence to diagnose some of the most common issues we can face with our bikes and understand the names and functions of all the parts.

All courses are taught in small groups with plenty of hands-on time. You will need to bring your own bike to work on. This course is ideal for someone with little or no experience of bicycle mechanics who wants to learn how to look after their own bike.

Tools and materials provided

Please arrive early – Session starting promptly at 3pm


This session is part of our ‘Bikes at The Brewery’ free pop-up cycling event, join us for a fantastic day of all things cycling – from general bike chat, route finding, bike maintenance and confidence building to led rides exploring local bike friendly routes.

This is a great opportunity to meet new people, build your confidence while riding as a group and get tips/advice from other riders.

Inspiring positive action towards using active travel for everyday journeys, part of our Brum By Bike project.  

In partnership with The Postcode Lottery, Attic Brewery and The Bike Foundry


This is a free event, however we do appreciate donations if you are able. Donations from people like you are essential to ensure we can continue our important work across the city. 

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