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Bikerowave Free Class: How to Ride to Work, Or Anywhere for That Matter

6:53 PM PST on March 4, 2012

The Bikerowave, your local local not for profit Bicycle repair and teaching Cooperative is launching a series of classes.  Have you ever wanted to learn how to put your chain back on with a stick, true a wheel with a rock, or fix your chain with a nail?  Well all that and more can be taught, to anyone.  If you are mechanically inclined enough to change the batteries in your remote control you can be taught to work on a bike.

We will be kicking off this awesome series of classes with a “How to ride to work/ or anywhere for that matter” class on March 18th at 3-5:30pm.  The next week, March 25th we are proud to offer a “how to fix your bike even if you don’t know a bottom bracket from a brake cable” class.  Again 3-5:30pm.

All classes are FREE but we have limited space.  If you would like to attend please RSVP with an email to bikerowaveclasses@gmail.com with your name and the date you are attending in the subject line (that’s the bar that appears before the main body of the email) and we will save you a seat.  Thanks and remember, The Bikerowave can always be contacted by phone or through our website Bikerowave.org.  We are located one block east of Centinella Ave. on Venice Bl. in beautiful Mar Vista.

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