The University has arranged free cycle training and maintenance courses for staff in April and May.
Taught by fully qualified instructors from The Bike Station, these two-hour courses will teach participants how to repair punctures, gears and brakes as well as providing practical tips and advice on general bike upkeep.
You will need to provide your own bike for this training.
To book a cycle maintenance couse, please click the link below.
Do you have a bike but need a confidence boost before hitting the road? Why not attend one of the University's cycle training courses.
The course is designed for staff and students who are relatively new to cycling and want to improve their confidence and roadskills to enable them to cycle to work or study.
Designed by Cycling Scotland and delivered by trained cycle instructors from the Centre for Sport and Exercise, the course equips participants with a riding strategy that can be applied to any traffic situation.
It is delivered both in the classroom and on the road.
To book a commuter cycle training course, please click the link below.
This article was published on Mar 24, 2011