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Hydraulic Disc Brakes 101 - November 2016
Thu 24 November 2016, 17:45 – 20:45 GMT
Yes, we know many of you cottoned on ages ago to the many (mechanical, get it?) advantages of hydraulic disc brakes. Now you want to know what to do when they play up, so we’re putting on this class to teach just that (let it not be said that we don’t move with the times). Mountain biker and cycle mechanic extraordinaire, Jamie Smith, will teach you how to diagnose problems, change pads and bleed your hydraulic disc brakes.
We like it if you can bring along a bike with hydraulic disc brakes (thats HYDRAULIC, not cable operated – got it?). But if you haven't got the kit, don't let that stop you, tell us in advance and you can usually borrow our demo stuff.
Terms & Conditions - please read!
Broken Spoke Bike Co-op reserves the right to refuse admission.
Persons under 18 years of age: People younger than 18 are very welcome in the workshop, as long as they are at all times accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If the parent/guardian wishes to participate in the course, they must also book a place.
Refunds policy: If you cannot attend the course you've booked, please let us know in writing at least 5 days before the course is due to start. We can then either refund you the full course fee, or give you a place on a future course - whichever you prefer. Please note that we cannot refund your ticket if you cancel within 5 days of a course's start date.
Cancellations by BSBC: If for whatever reason we have to cancel the course, we'll let you know by email, and we'll either refund you the full course fee or give you a place on a future course - whichever you prefer!
Safe Space policy: Broken Spoke Bike Co-op is an inclusive community, we celebrate diversity and our workshop is a place where people respect each other. The workshop is not a place for offensive language or behaviour - including but not limited to racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, violence or threats of violence, etc. - and anyone engaging in such behaviours will be asked to leave (and not given a refund!)