Oct 212010
 

Unfortunately, we are no longer able to run these workshop sessions due to our other work commitments.  Apologies for any inconvenience.

We run bike maintenance workshop sessions throughout the year (except the winter months) at the following times and locations:

Twickenham – At the Twickenham Cycling Club club room
All Hallows Church, The Long Room, Twickenham, TW1 1EW
4th Wednesday of the month
19:00-21:00

Mortlake – The Old Bakery with the Mortlake Community Association.
The Old Bakery, 69-71 Lower Richmond Rd, Mortlake SW14 7HJ
2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month
19:00-21:00

Ham – At the Ham Youth Centre
Ham Youth Centre, Ham Close, Richmond TW10 7PL
Every other Saturday
10:00-12:00

The sessions are free but donations are gratefully received. They keep the workshops free and help pay for parts and tools. There is no need to book or join a club, the sessions are open to all.  Under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.  We sometimes get very busy, so try and attend as close to the start as you can.
Bring your bike and any bits you want to fit and our mechanics will show you how to maintain your bike yourself. We bring the tools and the expertise, you bring the bike and the enthusiasm.
Please get in touch via our ‘Contact Us‘ page if you have any questions.

Here a calendar of which workshop is on when:
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 Posted by at 12:31

  5 Responses to “Maintenance Workshops”

  1. Hi i noticed on my recent Richmond cycling campaign email that i can attend a workshop in Mortlake.

    Do these cost anything? and how do i sign up?

    thanks

    AC

  2. All our workshops are free (although donations are gratefully received to cover our costs) and there is no sign up process, just turn up with your bike and we’ll teach you how to fix anything that’s wrong.
    We run workshops at Ham Youth Centre, The Old Bakery in Mortlake and at The Long Room, All Hallows Church in Twickenham.
    Hope to see you there!
    Jonathan

  3. Great workshops and learning lots…thanks for the advice

  4. Hi, is there a workshop on this Thursday 10th Jan ? Cheers Steve