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Classes

 

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Classes are absolutely and completely FREE! Signup is below! Freewheel offers three regular classes: Build-A-Bike class, Bike Maintenance 101, and Fixing it Ourselves: a Womyn and gender non-conformist bike class. Freewheel also offers mobile safety courses and bike maintenance clinics at libraries and community centers on an appointment basis. All classes are open to anyone of any skill level interested in learning more about bikes and bicycle maintenance and held in a casual setting. While the classes are free, some materials (cables, cable housing, tubes, grease, etc.) cost Freewheel money to keep in stock. Any donation you can give to help will be appreciated and is tax-deductible under US Tax Code Section 501(c)3. Attendance of at least one class is mandatory to participate in our open shop program. We ask this to maintain a certain level of competence and safety for everyone in the shop. If you have any questions, call us at 608.251.2453


 

Build-A-Bike Class: Every other Sun: 11am-6pm (year-round)

No classes for the month of July. Open shop hours during this time.

Aspects that are covered: Overview of tools Basic shop etiquette A complete build of a custom bicycle, from frame up. Class Summary: Students will build a bicycle up from frame to a working bike under the direction of a shop mechanic in a fully stocked bicycle shop. We encourage students to bring their own bikes, but for those without, used, donated frames are available at no cost. You do not have to bring anything in to leave with a bike. All bike projects must be completed before shop close. Freewheel will not store any unfinished bike projects. After taking the Build-A-Bike class, all students will be considered “competent mechanics” by Freewheel, and allowed to use any tools, stands and space during Open Shop hours. The same curriculum as the Build-A-Bike class is covered in both “Fixing it Ourselves” and in “Bike Maintenance 101” but held over 4 shorter classes instead of one all-day course. All students must bring a photo ID and sign a liability release upon arrival.


 

Fixing it Ourselves

(Sign up not necessary. Just show up at 6pm sharp)

(No class August 1st & 8th)

Tuesday Nights 6pm-8pm

Aspects that are covered: Overview of tools Basic shop etiquette Overview of total bike repair Class Summary: Womyn and gender non-conformist welcome to share and learn about bikes. This is a 4-part course. you need not attend all 4 classes. 1. Freewheel introduction, Maps, safety, fixing a flat 2. Brakes, derailleurs, shifters, cables, housing 3. Hubs, spokes, cassettes 4. headset, bottom bracket, chain rings The class moves from basics such as bike safety, bikers rights, fixing a flat to the more esoteric aspects of bike maintenance such as bottom brackets headsets and hubs. This class will help students understand how their bike works and how to fix it, as well as getting them acquainted with the shop so they feel confident coming in during open shop hours. Bike shops and mechanics is such a cis-male dominated field that we are trying out this class model to encourage more womyn and gender non-conformist to love their bikes, know how to fix them, and feel good walking into any bike shop. All students must bring a photo ID and sign a liability release upon arrival. For the purposes of providing a female empowering space we ask that cis-males, dudes, or bros do not attend and will be prohibited from the space during this class time.

 


 

Bike Maintenance 101: Wednesday Nights 6-8pm

Aspects that are covered: Overview of tools Basic shop etiquette Overview of total bike repair Class Summary: All are welcome to share and learn about bikes. This is a 4-part course. you need not attend all 4 classes, but must attend the first course or another freewheel course to come to classes 2 – 4. 1. Freewheel introduction, Maps, safety, fixing a flat 2. Brakes, derailleurs, shifters, cables, housing 3. Hubs, spokes, cassettes 4. headset, bottom bracket, chain rings The class moves from basics such as bike safety, bikers rights, fixing a flat to the more esoteric aspects of bike maintenance such as bottom brackets headsets and hubs. This class will help students understand how their bike works and how to fix it, as well as getting them acquainted with the shop so they feel confident coming in during open shop hours. Feel free to check out his blog for more tips : http://brokebicyclist.blogspot.com/ All students must bring a photo ID and sign a liability release upon arrival.

 


 

Winter Biking Basics 

Dates to be announced

Aspects that are covered: How to set up your bike for winter weather Additional tips for the cold and wet Clothing and gear strategies for winter riding meet other cyclists to swap ideas, routes, and stories Class Summary: All are welcome to come enjoy some hot apple cider and donuts provided by Free Wheel while learning about and discussing winter biking. All students must bring a photo ID and sign a liability release upon arrival.