We would be having the much requested Basic Bicycle Maintenance workshop at BumsOnTheSaddle the coming Saturday.
Phil would be the Chief Wrench at the workshop and will be taking the masses thru the nitty gritties of bicycle maintenance so that your bike feels as good as it did when you bought it.
A hard core biker ( he was among the top three at the previous BBCh race ) he rides regularly with TheWhitefield Riders. Luckily for us he has also worked at multiple bike shops across the US and has some good experience working on all kinds of bicycles :)
The good folks from The BSA Hercules Cyclothon 2009 also want to drop in and talk about the upcoming Cyclothon after the workshop. If you get your cheque books (cash not accepted) you could register then n there. More details on their official site
As usual, please do leave a comment with some contract details or signup using the signup form so that we know you are interested.
This would help us figure out how many are interested and plan accordingly.
- the prev workshop – what happened
- the Bicycling notebook – has a ton of biking related information, including a detailed section on maintenance
- The Bangalore Bicycle Championships – whats the point of having a kickass well maintained bicycle if you cannot do awesome stuff with it !!
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WHAT I LOVE ABOUT CYCLING
I love riding my bike. Whether it’s a simple commute, a high-intensity road race, a jaw-grinding brevet, fixie rides thru packed Indian city or a kick-ass technical single track – I love it all. Apart from riding bicycles, I love being all geeky and know everything there is to know about bicycles, technology, bike fit, and service.
I started BUMSONTHESADDLE to share this passion for cycling.
DISCIPLINE: Partial towards MOUNTAIN BIKING but love it all
CURRENT BIKE(S): Specialized Rockhopper, Specialized Tarmac, Pure Cycles Original
DREAM BIKE: S-Works Epic HT & S-Work Roubaix
OTHER PASSIONS: Technology, Photography, Baking, Travel, and Reading