Bare Minimum Maintenance
What’s the least amount of maintenance that you can get away with?
The answer may surprise you.
THURSDAY 28 January 7pm
Concessionary rates now available!
Join me, Jenni Gwiazdowski, director of LBK, as I bring you into my world of bare minimum maintenance. I am a lazy MF. I’ll give you my top 5 ways of doing the bare minimum of making sure your bike is happy for longer - it’ll run smoother, be safer, AND save you money. Not possible you say? Think again - I run all my bikes on this philosophy and they're still going strong.
No tools needed - this is an information sharing session, not a fix-a-long (that would take for-e-ver). We expect this to take 1 hour + live Q&A. Bring questions :)
Thanks to a grant from the Community-Led Organisations
We also offer a number of free spots for NHS and other key workers. Get in touch if you'd like to join.
HOW THIS WORKS
1) you register and pay
2) we will send you a link to join the webinar at 10pm the day before
3) make sure you download Zoom to your laptop or phone
4) click the link at the time of your class and enjoy! You will not be visible on camera, so go ahead and show up with no makeup/pants/etc
ABOUT LBK ONLINE
Covid19 has robbed us of our raison d’être - but we are hungry to teach you how to fix your own bike. So online we go!
We will be using Zoom. I’ve used it in the past for group counselling sessions and the quality is very good. It’s easy to use, but if it’s your first time, pop that cherry by getting to know Zoom a bit before you log into one of our classes. Be sure to download the app for your browser or smartphone beforehand.
(the .01 pence is so that we can easily see which orders are online classes)
A nice informal atmosphere. Some great insights and information given
The online class was great, so many things explained and some simple steps to give me guidance on how to care for my bike and avoid bigger complications. Really helpful
Excellent session. It was a great refresh on some of the important maintenance stuff that I've put to the back of my mind over time, and a few lightbulb moments with new tips. Jenni is a really paced and patient teacher and the virtual classroom allowed us all to get up close to the mechanisms. My bike and I thank you!
well run & professional. quality tips and even motivated me to clean and wear check the chain. great
Learned loads, and I've been doing this for donkeys years... wrong!