The bicycle is both simple and complex. The mechanisms on it work in unison to provide a means of transportation, exercise, escape, and connection. Whether you’re a recreational cyclist or avid mountain biker, the more you know about these simple yet complex components on your bicycle the more enjoyable your experience of riding will be.
Hill and Holler Bicycle Works in downtown Lewisburg is offering a three part series of maintenance classes with Service Manager Stuart Schwab. The first class, held on Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. at the shop, will cover compatibility, install, and wear of chains. Followed by the second class in February covering derailleur and brake adjustments. The third class in March will give the opportunity for mountain bikers to perform basic service on their front suspension. “The unique feature to these classes are they are all hands on. I designed them for all levels of riders/home mechanics so we can work, learn and have fun together,” says Stuart.
There are limited spots available so call Hill and Holler at 304-647-4429 to reserve a spot.