Bike Mechanic Summer Camp

Tues-Sat 9 AM – 12 PM

Courses Begin the First Week of July

Required Min 4 Registered 

Ages 12-Adult

$350 +Tax

Day 1 - Parts/Overview/Test Ride

– How to inspect your bike and check for needed maintenance. 

– Basic Bicycle component identification & types of bikes 

– How to check chain wear 

– How to set seat height & general bike fit 

– Test ride basics & going on a test ride.

Day 2 -

– Types of brakes 

– Brake adjustment 

– Brake pad Replacement 


Day 3 -

– Tire Sizes & Types 

– How to remove and install tires

– How to spot true a wheel 

– How to check hub health 

Day 4 -

– how to adjust front and rear derailleurs

– Learning about derailleur types and capacity 

Day 5 -
Catch up/Questions & Final Ride/Tune

– catch up and ask questions about anything you need for your bike 

– perform a final fun/test ride


Join our Bicycle Mechanic Academy today!

  • Join our bicycle mechanic course and discover the joy of working on your own bike. You’ll learn how to diagnose and solve common problems, perform routine checks, and customize your bike to suit your needs and preferences. Our experienced instructors will guide you through practical exercises and provide useful tips and tricks.

Topics Covered in the Academy

Bicycle Terminology

– Types of bikes & their attributes

– Parts of a frame

– Driveline components & their functions

– Performing an M Check (bicycle condition check from top to bottom & front to back)

– Maintenance requirements

Wheels & Tires

– Tire sizes, types, and uses

– Inner tube sizing

– Wheel sizes, types, and uses

– Understanding & adjusting Cup & Cone hubs

– Spot truing a wheel



– Rim Brakes

– Disk Brakes

– Brake adjustment

– Benefits/drawbacks of various brake types



– Replacing a chain

– Replacing a Cassette

– Understanding chainrings

– Understanding bottom brackets


– Indexing gears

– Setting limiters

– Functions & features of different types of shifting systems

Bike Fit

– Saddle adjustment

– Cockpit adjustment

– Handlebar types & their attributes

– Understanding frame sizing