Bikerowave Classes: Flat Repair

Mike is going to reveal the magic secrets of flat repair, from how to operate tire levers (spoons to you old timers), to how to patch a tube, and why the pneumatic tire was the biggest innovation in transportation since the wheel itself.

Derailleur clinic with Maxwell: Sunday, April 29, 3:00pm

RSVP at Bikerowaveclasses@gmail.com with the date you would like
to attend in the subject line (the bar below the address line).
If you would like to be notified about future classes contact us
at the same address.
For directions please visit Bikerowave.org

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