bicycle maintenance workshop 17 march…booked out

The first of five CMRT Better on a Bike workshops kicks off with a three-hour deep-dive into practical bicycle maintenance on 17 March in Maryborough. Numbers are limited to 12 participants: so, book now. The bicycle workshop series runs through March and April, and is funded by community grant from the Central Goldfields Shire Council.

What it’s all about

The Bicycle Maintenance Workshop will cover practical maintenance skills like: correct saddle height | correct tyre pressure | checking for chain, brake and tyre wear | cleaning and oiling | replacing parts e.g. brake-calipers | fitting new tyres | repairing and replacing a tube.

The workshop will be led by Maryborough cycling identity, Atrel Turner, who recently received local Australia Day honours for his work in organising the Supreme 1000 Lap Challenge. Atrel and his crew, all experienced cyclists, will ensure all workshop participants get hands-on tuition.

CMRT is organising the workshop and we thank the Central Goldfields Shire Council for funding it.

Day / Time

Thursday 17 March, 9:30am – 12:30pm


Lions Club Hall, Golden Wattle Drive, Maryborough Vic 3465

What you get / what it costs

New and/or enhanced skills to enable you to better maintain your bike in good running condition
Free lunch (yes, that’s right!)
$0 per person (but we’ll always take a donation if you’re feeling the love)

bookings closed

Numbers limited to a maximum of 12.

You must be up-to-date with your COVID vaccinations to participate in this workshop and proof of vaccination status will be requested when you arrive for the workshop.

Book here via Eventbrite or scan the QR Code below.