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Dr Bike pop-up event

At Dr Bike sessions experienced cyclists and mechanics check everything on your bike from wheels, brakes, gears and tire pressure to lights, racks, pedals, saddles and more. By the end, your bike will feel loved and cared for.

Any minor adjustments they can make to the bike we do there and then. Anything the experts can’t fix on site they will let you know exactly what needs doing and a rough guide to what it should cost at a bike shop.

Dr Bikes are used by a variety of organisations and employers to promote regular cycling and the service is great for community events and cycling awareness days. All their mechanics are friendly and approachable and have a wealth of cycling knowledge so feel free to pick their brains about cycle training or other cycling activities.

 

Brought to you by Westminster City Council, find more of their cycling events here

23 December @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Free

Details

Date:
23 December
Time:
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://www.westminster.gov.uk/cycling-events

Venue

Wellington Street
Wellington Street
London,
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