Beginner Bike Maintenance

(5 students)

This course includes:

  • list-favs3 hours, 32 minutes
  • list-favsCPD Accreditation
  • list-favs12 units
  • list-favsFull lifetime access
  • list-favsAccess on mobile and TV
  • list-favsCertificate of completion

Key Concepts Covered by This Free Course:

  • Understanding the components of a bike
  • Essential tools for bike maintenance
  • Regular maintenance routines
  • Troubleshooting and maintaining the tyres, wheels, brakes, saddle, chain, and gears
  • Introduction to suspension systems

Course Overview:

Bicycles are one of the world’s most popular and eco-friendly modes of transport. They are also a great way to stay fit and have fun. However, like any machine, they need proper care and maintenance to function well and last long. If you want to learn how to take care of your bike yourself, this FREE course is for you.

This course will teach you the basics of bike maintenance, from knowing your bike’s anatomy to fixing minor issues and improving its performance. You will learn how to use the right tools and techniques to inspect, clean, lubricate and adjust your bike’s components. You will also learn how to troubleshoot and repair common problems with tyres, wheels, brakes, saddle, chain, steering system, gears, pedals and drivetrain. By the end of this course, you will have the confidence and skills to keep your bike in tip-top shape and enjoy riding it more.

Course Benefits:

Learning how to maintain your bike yourself has many benefits. Not only will you save money on repairs and replacements, but you will also extend your bike’s lifespan and enhance its safety and efficiency. You will also gain a deeper understanding of how your bike works and how to optimise it for your needs and preferences.

This course will also help you develop valuable skills that can boost your career prospects. Whether you want to work as a bike mechanic, a bike shop owner, a cycling instructor or a bike tour guide, this course will equip you with the essential knowledge and abilities to succeed in these fields. You will also be able to impress your employers and customers with your expertise and professionalism.

Career Path:

  • Bicycle Mechanic: Perform professional bike maintenance and repairs.
  • Event Technician: Provide on-site support during cycling events.
  • Cycling Instructor: Teach bike maintenance fundamentals to beginners.
  • Sales Representative: Assist customers in selecting bike maintenance tools.
  • Blogger/Content Creator: Share expertise through online platforms.

Course content

  • video Module 1: Know Your Bike
  • video Module 2: Must-Haves for Your Toolbox
  • video Module 3: Regular Bike Maintenance
  • video Module 4: Tyre
  • video Module 5: The Wheels
  • video Module 6: The Brakes
  • video Module 7: The Saddle
  • video Module 8: The Chain
  • video Module 9: The Steering System
  • video Module 10: The Gears
  • video Module 11: Pedals and Drivetrain
  • video Module 12: Suspension

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