Free bicycle maintenance course
Women Only course with free places on offer
Gran Prix Cycles in Melbourne continue to support women's cycling
Having launched their Women 4 Cycling section last month, Gran Prix Bicycles in Caulfield are continuing with their support for women interested in cycling. Owners Stephen Hart and his partner, Kay Mar are now offering women-only maintenance workshops. Don't be put off - these are courses for beginners - if you are just starting to cycle, this is the course for you. Gran Prix Bicycles pride themselves on the quality of their level of service. The staff are all friendly and won't patronise you - their mantra is that they will "fit the bike to you and not you to the bike."
So, if you live in the Melbourne area and want to know the basics about keeping your bike on the road, why not enrol in this initiative? Gran Prix Bicycles has a long history of running such courses, but this is the first women-only course. Its been designed with you in mind - learn bicycle terminology, repairs, servicing and even positioning tips.
If you are one of the first 8 to enrol for the course on 26th February, you will get your place for free. Even at the usual price of $33, the course is great value. Click on the link now and take up your place.....
The single session courses will run on 26th Feb and 9th April 2006 - both are Sundays and the session time is from 4pm until 8pm.
Se below for the course outline >>
Course Outline - Workshop 4 Women
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