Course Summary

Hop on board! Dive into the world of bike maintenance and beyond.

Are you passionate about bikes and eager to delve deeper into this thriving industry? This course caters to individuals keen on not just tinkering with their own bike, but also those desiring a comprehensive understanding of bicycles and their inner workings. Whether you aspire to work or volunteer in the field, pursue further studies, or kickstart your own bike repair venture, this course sets the gears in motion. Suitable for ages 17 and above (participants must have completed their schooling).

Cost: Concession: $22.20 Full Fee: $73.80

Location: Lilydale Campus: 1 Jarlo Drive, Lilydale

Runs: Term 3, 18 July – 5 September, Thursday evenings 5 – 9pm

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The CAE (owned by Box Hill Institute) is a government registered Learn Local organisation offering ACFE funded courses.

Course Sessions

Please contact CAE Customer Service on enquiries@cae.edu.au or Phone 9652 0611 to enquire about enrolling in this course

Includes: 

• recognising main bike parts and how they integrate with each other
• tool selection and use
• diagnosing and solving mechanical problems
• dealing with common damage
• tyres, tubes and chains
• handlebars, stems, saddles and seatposts
• on ride repair

Last updated: June 17, 2024 01:00pm