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Discover the Art of Bike Maintenance: Join Us at Trinity Market, Hull! 
Have you ever wondered how to keep your bike in top shape? Whether you're a cyclist or just starting out, understanding basic bike maintenance can make a world of difference in your riding experience. And guess what? We have an exciting opportunity for you! 
Thanks to the generous support from Cycling UK, we are thrilled to offer a series of FREE cycle maintenance courses. This Saturday, July 6th, marks our final FREE session at Trinity Market, Hull. If you haven't had the chance to attend yet, now is your last opportunity! 
Why Attend? 
Maintaining your bike is more than just tightening a few bolts—it's about ensuring safety, extending the lifespan of your bicycle, and enhancing your overall cycling enjoyment. Our course is designed to empower you with essential skills that every cyclist should know: 
Basic Repairs: Learn how to fix a flat tire, adjust brakes, and lubricate your bike chain. These skills can save you time and money, not to mention keep you riding smoothly. 
Routine Maintenance: Discover the importance of regular check-ups and preventive care. We'll cover simple tasks like cleaning and inspecting your bike to catch potential issues early. 
Tool Proficiency: Become familiar with the essential tools every cyclist should have and how to use them effectively. No need to feel intimidated by bike repair—our mechanics will guide you step-by-step. 
Event Details 
📅 Date: Saturday, July 6th 
🕘 Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm 
📍 Location: Trinity Market, Hull 
Spaces are limited, so don't delay—reserve your spot today by contacting 01482 844422. 
Join us for a morning of hands-on learning, camaraderie with fellow cyclists, and practical tips that will elevate your cycling experience. Let's ensure that every ride is a smooth and enjoyable adventure! 
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