Online Classes

For too long we fumble through, guessing what works & what doesn't...

It's time to learn.


COVID-19 forced us to take our teaching online. 2020 saw us experimenting with what works/what doesn't, and so now we present to you our Second Semester of Hex Education. This is a class pass for all 12 upcoming classes, starting Thursday 28 January 2021, finishing Thursday 15 April 2021. Live class is from 7 - 815pm, but we'll send you a link to the recording afterwards; you'll also get access to the online class library for the semester. JOIN HERE.

We will be using Zoom. You can use a browser, or download the app for your laptop or smart phone. It's free, and means that you can participate in group quizzes.

We have Q&A at the end, of course - that’s what makes this different from a YouTube video. After class, we will make the video available to play for 6 days - esp good if you’re in a different timezone (hello international bike maintenance fans!) - so that you can go over it, add to your notes, relive the excitement, etc. And after this, it'll join our online class library, which you can join for £35/year, and watch each video as much as you darn tootin' like.

Rather than us creating notes, we ask that you take your own notes in the style that you find useful. We will definitely be making points during the webinar, but as aspects of bike maintenance are different on different people's bikes, my ultimate goal is to give you the incentive and encouragement to study your own bicycle 💖

So go on then, check it out - #NEVERNOTLEARNING, remember? 

Here is our new Online Class Library, recordings of all the classes we've done so far:

How to single speed a bike
How to pack your bike
Bar Tape-Along
Painless puncture repair
Route planning with apps
Rim Brakes home maintenance
Caring for disc brakes at home
How to buy a 2nd hand bike
How to change your chain at home
How to clean your chain at home
Bare Minimum Bike Maintenance
How to paint a bike
How do gears work?
How to index a rear derailleur
The Bike Whisperer: what do all those sounds mean?
Keeping tabs on your bike: the M-check
The Road to Paris-Brest-Paris