Clinic Registration

The University of Colorado Boulder presents the Bike Maintenance Clinics Program. It is a comprehensive program that will teach students the fundamental skills needed to maintain their bikes and allow them to continue to ride on campus and elsewhere safely.

The goal of the CU Boulder Bike Maintenance Clinics Program is to increase ridership and promote safe riding in the cycling community.

The Bike Maintenance Clinics Program offers 8 bike maintenance curriculums starting with Basic Bike Maintenance and ending with Replacing Broken Spokes and Wheel Truing. There is a natural progression designed into the program offering each student the chance to truly refine their bike maintenance skills and continue to ride safely.

Each Bike Maintenance Clinic is 1 hour long. This 1-hour clinic will then be followed by 1-hour of shop time, where students will have time to ask questions and work on their new skills as a bike mechanic. Clincs are FREE to all students and affiliates of CU Boulder. 

Bike Clinics

Bike Maintenance Clinics  

  • Commuting By Bike Workshop
  • Women, Trans*, Femme Cycling Workshop
  • Basic Bike Maintenance & Flat Repair
  • Brake Systems Maintenance
  • Derailleur Systems Maintenance
  • Drive Train Maintenance
  • Hub Overhaul & Maintenance
  • Replacing Broken Spokes & Wheel Truing
  • Open Workshop

Upcoming Clinics  

Commuting by Bike

Intro to Cycling

April 11, 2018 6-7:30pm Folsom Bike Station

Come join us for a workshop designed to give you the
skills to ride your bike with confidence. We will cover
topics ranging from what to carry, to how to find the
best route, to how to fix a flat tire. No need to preregister.


Women, Trans*, Femme Cycling Clinic

Women Cycling

April 19, 2018 7-8:30pm

Performance Bicycle 2450 Arapahoe ave

The CU Bike Programs present a cycling workshop
exclusively for women, trans*, femme, genderqueer
and non-binary folks. We will cover topics ranging
from basic bike maintenance to route finding in a safe
and welcoming space for all expressions and bodies.
Join us as we learn about bikes, have fun, and create
a more inclusive cycling community.