Condor Workshops are a great way to understand the ins and outs of your bike and riding that can sometimes puzzle and mystify. Our workshops are short sessions that provide insider knowledge and quick work arounds so you spend less time fettling and more time cycling.
Each workshop is free but limited to a number of spaces click on the links below to find out about each workshop and to sign up to a session.
- 22nd May, 2014 - General Maintenance - WORKSHOP SOLD OUT
- 29th May, 2014 - Demstifying Cleat Set Up
- 5th June, 2014 - Art of Wrapping Handlebar Tape
12th June, 2014 - General Maintenance - More spaces added
Condor Cycles, 1045am-1130am
49-53 Grays Inn Road, London, WC1X 8PP
General Maintenance Workshop - 12th June
This workshop focuses on keeping your rolling in tip top condition and how to recognise when you may need to carry out additional maintenance work to your bike. We will run this workshop twice with the same content in each workshop.
This session is for new cyclists and cyclists who would like a refresh on general maintenance
- Checking heatset bearings and fitting a new internal headset
- Assessing brake pad wear and fitting and adjusting new pads
- The quick clean and problem areas that need attention
- Adjusting brakes and understanding when the cables will require replacing
- Using the barrel adjustor to make quick adjustments to slipping gears
Click here to register for the workshop on the 22nd May - WORKSHOP SOLD OUT
Click here to register for the workshop on the 12th June - MORE SPACES ADDED
Demystifying Cleat Set Up - 29th May
There are two basic things to sort out when it comes to setting up your cleats: the angle of the cleat on the sole of your shoe, and its fore-aft position.
Badly angled cleats can cause knee pain if not rectified, although it is usually obvious from the start if they are not right.
Our workshop with explain:
- Float and tension
- Colour coded cleats
- 10 quick tips for set up
Click here to reigster for the workshop on the 29th May
Art of Wrapping Handlebar Tape - 5th June
Handlebar tape serves as a critical contact point on the bike, and as such, deserves a little extra attention. The natural movement of your hands will slowly unwind tape if it not fitted properly leading to unruly cork and a messy looking bike.
Practise makes perfect and we'll provide each person with a handlebar and tape to practise on during the session.
- Wrapping tape with logos ensuring consistency
- Figure of eight around the levers
- Finishing tape ideas
- Two colour wrap