The ParkTool School - Basic Maintenance Class

  • Physical | Workshop
  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Themes & Topics

Hobbies & Entertainment

Bicycle Maintenance

About the Experience

Duration: 6 hours

No prior experience required

Up To 20 Learners

Private booking available

Languages: English, Malay
Multiple ticket types


The Basic Maintenance Course serves as an excellent starting point for beginners who want to gain a solid foundation in bicycle maintenance. This course covers essential topics such as bike anatomy, cleaning and lubrication, tire and tube repair, brake adjustments, and gear tuning. Participants learn how to perform routine maintenance tasks that keep their bikes in optimal condition and ensure a safe riding experience.


How to prepare

To prepare for The Park Tool School Basic Bike Maintenance class, there are a few steps you can take to ensure you make the most of your learning experience. First, familiarize yourself with the basics of bike maintenance. This can be done by reading books or online resources that cover topics such as flat tire repair, brake adjustments, and chain maintenance. Understanding these fundamentals will give you a solid foundation for the class. Next, gather your tools. The Park Tool School provides all the necessary tools during the class, but it's helpful to have some basic tools of your own. Consider investing in a set of Allen wrenches, tire levers, a chain tool, and a basic bike pump. These tools will come in handy during the class and when you're working on your bike at home. Additionally, make sure your bike is in good working condition before the class. Check the tire pressure, brakes, and gears to ensure everything is functioning properly. If you're unsure about any repairs or adjustments, we can do it in the class. During the class, come prepared with questions and a willingness to learn. Take notes and ask for clarification when needed. The instructors are there to help you, so take advantage of their expertise. Finally, practice what you've learned after the class. Take the time to work on your own bike and apply the skills you've gained. This will help solidify your knowledge and improve your bike maintenance abilities. By following these steps, you'll be well-prepared for The Park Tool School Basic Bike Maintenance class and ready to take on future bike repairs with confidence. If Learner for want to work on their bike, you may bring your bike.