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Queen's University
 

Sustainability Office

Queen's Re-Cycle First Training Workshop 

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Sunday, April 10th from 2-5 pm

McGillivray-Brown Hall Gym  

Hosted by guest Mike Pomery from Yellow Bike Action

Participants will be taught how to preform basic safety checks and identify any problems with their bike; how to change a flat tire and perform a wheel patch and may also teach seat and break adjustments depending on the time and level of experience.  Those interested should bring their own bicycle to work on and any basic garage tools you may have. These can include a wrench set (10, 13, 14, 15 mm wrenches), Allen keys (6 mm), needle-nose pliers, and screwdrivers (flat and Philips head).

Tools and bicycles will be provided to those not bringing their own. This workshop is free and open to those of any skill level. Those interested in volunteering for the bike shop next fall are especially encouraged to attend.  Bring a friend and a bike to learn a bit more about how your bike works through tinkering with it.  Engage in bike repair by getting a hands on experience with Queen's Re-Cycle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000