CCSF Bike Repair Class Begins

"CCSF is offering a class involving repair, maintenance, customizing bikes for hilly San Francisco riding, building bike stands and truing stands and other tools for proper maintenance, proper adjustments to working bikes and much more.

Intro to engineering and technology (ENGN 48L, CRN: 78919) is for any age and skill level. Separate from the class, but very useful, will be the opportunity to have more ‘hands on’ experience at the on-campus repair shop, the Bikery.

 Classes will be on Wednesdays, 2:30-5:30 p.m."

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