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Old April 12th 07, 12:37 PM posted to aus.bicycle
Bugbear
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Default PER: Bicycle maintenance course

Hi all,
Perth contestants only...I've bought myself a couple of books on
bicycle maintenance but I have come to realise that I learn better if
I can be shown how to do some of the more advanced maintenance tasks.
I'd also rather not experiment / gamble with the (only) one bike that
I currently have.

So where in Perth can one attend a bicycle maintenance course?

Cheers.

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Old April 13th 07, 02:12 AM posted to aus.bicycle
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Default PER: Bicycle maintenance course

Bugbear wrote:
Hi all,
Perth contestants only...I've bought myself a couple of books on
bicycle maintenance but I have come to realise that I learn better if
I can be shown how to do some of the more advanced maintenance tasks.
I'd also rather not experiment / gamble with the (only) one bike that
I currently have.

So where in Perth can one attend a bicycle maintenance course?

Cheers.


The BTA sometimes run these courses I think. Check out
www.btawa.org.au
I just had a quick look and couldn't see anything but there's
lots of other info and contacts.

Cheers,
DeF.

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Old April 13th 07, 09:33 AM posted to aus.bicycle
SteveA[_24_]
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Default PER: Bicycle maintenance course


DeF Wrote:
Bugbear wrote:
Hi all,
Perth contestants only...I've bought myself a couple of books on
bicycle maintenance but I have come to realise that I learn better if
I can be shown how to do some of the more advanced maintenance tasks.
I'd also rather not experiment / gamble with the (only) one bike that
I currently have.

So where in Perth can one attend a bicycle maintenance course?

Cheers.


The BTA sometimes run these courses I think. Check out
'www.btawa.org.au' (http://www.btawa.org.au/)
I just had a quick look and couldn't see anything but there's
lots of other info and contacts.

Cheers,
DeF.

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The courses seem to be BUG based, if I recall.

SteveA


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