In Store Clinics
New Bike Owners Clinic | Women's Clinic | Clean Your Bike Clinic | Advanced Repair Clinic | How to Clean Your Bike Clinic
No Clinics are Currently Scheduled for this year due to COVID-19
New Bike Owner's Clinic
You don't have to be a new bike owner to attend Pedal Power's New Bike Owner's Clinic. During this class, experienced Pedal Power staff will teach you the steps to fix a flat tire, as well as the equipment needed so you can be self-sufficient when you're riding by yourself. We will also show you proper shifting techniques & share other tips to help make your riding more fun. Classes are available at all Pedal Power locations and are $10 to attend (PPCT members get in for free). A $10 coupon will be given to those who attend to be used towards obtaining your new repair tools.
If you are interested in attending we ask that you RSVP in person, by phone (860-347-3776 x3), or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Middletown - (3rd Thursday of each month) Time: 6pm
Vernon - (4th Thursday of each month) Time: 6pm
Women's Repair Clinic
An extension of our New Bike Owner's Clinic, catered specifically to women, taught by a female mechanic. You will learn the steps to fix a flat tire, as well as the equipment needed so you can be self-sufficient when you're riding by yourself. Our Pedal Power staff will teach you tips and tricks on shifting and utilizing your bike. Get hands on with tools and accessories to make your ride safe and more enjoyable. All equipment will be provided.
Classes are $10 to attend (PPCT members get in for free). A $10 coupon will be given to those who attend to be used towards obtaining your new repair tools.
If you are interested in attending we ask that you RSVP in person, by phone (860-347-3776), or via email (email@example.com)
Middletown- 2nd Thursday of each month, 5pm Invite Your Friends on Facebook
Advanced Repair Clinic
After completing this two-night class, you will have a working knowledge of adjusting your gears, brakes, bearings, and straightening wheels. You will also learn what specialized tools are required to properly tune your bicycle. If you aspire to becoming a bicycle mechanic or simply wish to have a better understanding of how your bicycle works, this class is the perfect primer. Classes are taught by a seasoned bicycle technician and all questions are welcome. Course content is based on a standard bicycle with rim or disc brakes, and external gears. Suspension component and hydraulic brake questions are welcome after the class.
Classes are split into two sections, and payment is required to attend. Classes are typically offered several times a year during the Fall, Winter or early Spring months. Please check our event calendar for upcoming sessions.
How to Clean Your Bike Clinic
Let one of our technicians teach you the professional way to correctly clean your bicycle. This clinic will go into detail and address one of our most oft-asked questions, "What's the best way to clean my bike?" Our professional cleaning process has been developed over the course of 16-plus years of service work. Our method is different from what you've read in all of the cycling magazines and online forums. Learning the right way to clean will allow your brakes to still work correctly, fittings will still hold their precious, valuable grease, and result in an eye-blinding, showroom quality sheen, guaranteed to make your bike work better.
This clinic is limited to only 12 spaces and registration is required for attendance. Registration can be done in-person or on the phone (have your credit card handy). Clinics are available at all three locations & typically occur during the Fall and Winter months. Check our events calendar for the next available sessions.