Bike Kitchen: the basics

You will be made welcome irrespective of your experience, to allow you to work on your bike in a great and friendly atmosphere where advice, guidance and cups of tea are plentiful (other refreshing beverages are available).
 
Whether it is practising on punctures, sorting out squealing brakes, truing wheels or changing chains and anything in-between, our qualified bike mechanics will be on hand to support you along the way.

Cables, lubricants etc. are available free of charge; for other items our team is able to advise you on the appropriate parts before the session so that you arrive fully prepared.  We can price-match most retailers, and will make sure you get what you really need.
 
We look forward to seeing you soon!


 Please complete this form to register your interest and we will get back to you shortly.

* 1. What is your preferred date to attend a Bike Kitchen session? (Bike kitchen sessions run on the second Wednesday of the month, between 5:30pm and 7:30pm)

* 2. What type of work do you want to carry out?

* 3. How many hours do you want to book? (You can change this later if you are unsure)

* 4. What is your level of experience in working on bikes?

* 5. Your name

* 6. Your email address

* 7. Your mobile number

* 8. Do you have a partner referral code?  If so, please enter it here

* 10. To participate in the Bike Kitchen, you will need to provide your consent for Bath and North East Somerset Council and our provider, Julian House, to process your data.  This will allow us, for exampl, to be able to contact you to confirm your booking and to request your experiences at the Bike Kitchen.  Anonymised data will also be processed by the University of the West of England to assess the success of the scheme.  You may withdraw your consent for us to process your data at any time by emailing highways@bathnes.gov.uk and your personal details will be removed from our database.

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