Is your bike feeling a little flat?

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Keep your ride ready to roll at one of Sunshine Coast Council’s upcoming Basic Bike Maintenance sessions.

Sunshine Coast Libraries will host the free workshops across the Coast during August and September 2017.

Council’s TravelSmart team will give you some great tips to keep your bike in tip top condition and have you fixing that flat in no time.

Transport Portfolio Councillor Rick Baberowski said the sessions were a great refresher if you’ve had your bike in the back of the shed for a while or for new cyclists keen to enjoy our great outdoors.

“Our TravelSmart team will show you which key parts should be kept clean and lubricated, how to fix a flat tyre and make basic adjustments to keep your bike safe for riding all year round,” Cr Baberowski said.

“The sessions include hands-on activities and provide information about the wonderful local pathways and on-road cycling networks we have for riders across our Sunshine Coast.”

Register today for any of the following sessions:

Beerwah Library  Saturday 9 September 2017  10am to 11.30am
Caloundra Library  Thursday 17 August 2017  5pm to 6.30pm
Kawana Library  Saturday 26 August 2017  10am to 11.30am
Maleny Library  Saturday 19 August 2017  10am to 11.30am
Maroochydore Library  Tuesday 29 August 2017  5pm to 6.30pm
Nambour Library  Thursday 14 September 2017  5pm to 6.30pm

Visit council’s library website for details. Workshops are free. Bookings essential.

Sunshine Coast Regional Council :
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