The Wednesday evening, part-time August 5th - October 14th "Introduction to Advanced Bicycle Mechanics" course is almost full. One vacancy remains for this very popular advanced course so do not delay your enrolment. The Thursday evening course which runs form September 24th to December 3rd will be last course in this series for 2015.
We also have several vacancies for the "Introduction to Retail Bicycle Mechanics" full-time course which will run from Monday October 26th - Friday October 30th.
This course now full. Enrollment in October course now available.
"Bike Repair Manual" by Chris Sidwells.
Fully revised and updated with the latest in brake, gear and suspension maintenance, this 160 page book is essential kit for every cyclist.
Chapters include "Getting to Know Your Bike", "Maintaining Your Transmission", "Steering and Wheels", "Adjusting Your Brakes" and "Tuning Your Suspension".
Only $17.99 when you pay online. Just click on "Short Courses", create an account and you can then pay by credit card, Collect from your instructor when undertaking a BTA course at Richmond. If you wish to have the book posted within Australia, there will be an additional P&P charge of $4.50.
Only one place remains in our August block delivery "Introduction to Retail Bicycle Mechanics" course. Alternatively, you can enrol in the October course as well.
Click on "Advanced Courses" on the left hand menu.
Due to a number of our courses being fully booked, we have introduced some addional dates
for the advanced courses in the second half of the year as follows -
"Introduction to Advanced Bicycle Mechanics"
Tuesday evenings June 23rd - September 1st - one space available
Wednesday evenings August 5th - October 14th
Thursday evenings September 24th - December 3rd
"Introduction to Retail Bicycle Mechanics"
One week block delivery course, Monday August 24th - Friday August 28th.
What our customers have said:
... nice, friendly, helpful, very experienced and knowledgeable instructors ...
... a good course without it being too much at one go ...
... working on our own bikes hands-on was good ...
... location & premises - good access and neat and tidy with all necessary tools provided ...
... would I recommend it? - of course! ...