Gears without tears: Free bike short course

Are you confused by having too many gears? Do you know how to use your gears effectively? Do you get confused when people talk about ‘high’ and ‘low’ gears? Do you wonder why other cyclists seem to sail up hills when you’re stuck halfway?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then this short course is for you!

Ealing Cycling Campaign are running a series of short courses over the summer to help you learn how to use your gears more effectively when riding your bike.  

You can expect to learn about some aspects of gearing, followed by practical exercises for you to apply to your bike. You will learn how to use your gears properly so that riding your bike becomes a little easier and more comfortable.

Please note that this is not a course about bike maintenance or making technical adjustments to the gearing on your bike.

The team advise to check that the gears on your bike work before coming along.

Course dates

There are two short courses which will be taking place over the summer:

  • Sunday 23rd July, 9.45am-12.30pm
  • Sunday 20th August, 9.45am-12.30pm

Meet outside Ealing Town Hall, New Broadway London W5 2BY.

To register a place for the July course visit here.

To register a place for the August course visit here.

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