Getting Your Bike Road Ready

The MacEwan Staff Association invites you to join the April Tidbit Café
Getting Your Bike Road Ready

Join Edmonton Bicycle Commuters and learn the basics of getting your bike ready for riding season. This session will cover basic safety checks – including checking the adjustment of the various moving parts of your bike, properly securing quick-release hubs, and checking derailleur alignment (i.e. things that, if not addressed, can lead to damage or safety issues. They will also cover proper inflation pressure, drivetrain maintenance (lubrication and cleaning), and minor adjustments to brakes and shifting.

Thursday, April 19, Noon – 1 p.m.
CCC – Room 9-215
ACC – Room 605 (video conference)

Please RSVP
Space is limited at all sites. Confirm your participation by registering at

Christopher Chan, Executive Director and Professional Bike Mechanic, Edmonton Bicycle Commuters (EBC) Society

Learn how to fix your bike and ride in traffic. Buy a refurbished bike, or donate a disused one. Meet other cyclists, and help us advocate for a bike-friendly city.

Whether you ride a few times a week, 265 bike-friendly days a year, or year-round, the Edmonton Bicycle Commuters Society (EBC) gives you the tools you need to enjoy cycling. Established as a non-profit society in 1980, EBC operates two volunteer-run community bike workshops, provides training for children, youth and adults, hosts events during Bike Month and all year-round, and represents Edmonton cyclists at City Hall.

We work with children, youth and adults to make cycling accessible for everyone, because we believe that making Edmonton better for bicycling improves our city’s quality of life.