For Youth Week, we’re encouraging young people in the Inner West to jump on their bikes and feel more confident cycling in the local area.
Would you like to know how to fix a puncture and keep your bike in good working order, so you know it’s always ready to roll? Join our free hands-on bike maintenance workshop to learn how to keep your bike running smoothly with just a few basic tools and some practical know-how.
Led by Pedal Set Go, bike education experts, this workshop will cover the following: how to check your bike is safe to ride, what tools you need, how to keep things clean and lubed, how to get the wheels on and off, how to fix a flat and how to know when parts need replacing.
There’ll be time for questions/discussion of further sources of credible maintenance information.
Who: This workshop is provided free for youth (13 to 24 years of age) who can confidently ride a bike and who are residents of the Inner West local government area.
When: Thursday 22 April, 5.00pm-7.30pm
Where: Marrickville Library lawn, Patyegarang Place, 313 Marrickville Rd, Marrickville.
Accessibility: If you have any access or support requirements in order to participate fully please let us know.
Priority will be given to Inner West residents. Search by address at the Office of Local Government website to find your local government area.
If you are not from the Inner West local government area please email email@example.com to be put on a waitlist.
Bookings: Bookings are essential and numbers are strictly limited.
This workshop is presented by the Green Living Centre, an initiative of Inner West Council. If you have any questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0466 428 063.