BROMMIE CLINIC, Park Tool School • Learn Skills next weekend!

Greetings: we still have one space left at the Brommie Clinic on Saturday, April 9th.

From 9 a.m. to about 10:30, we will teach the tricks for keeping your Brompton folder bike happy, including how to get that pesky back wheel off (and on again), how to make your drivetrain last longer, and more. This is a hands-on, easy-paced , and FREE class–but you must contact us to reserve. One space left, please email: info@trophybikes.com to hold your chair.

Tools X Technique + Time = PARK TOOL SCHOOL

Tools X Technique + Time = PARK TOOL SCHOOL

The Park TOOL SCHOOL is an all-day workshop that will show your everything involved in a modern derailer bike tune-up.  We provide a cheerful instructor, and all the tools & coffee needed to get through a day of skills-building. Class fee of $99 covers it all–and includes a coupon good for 15% off any tool purchase. On SUNDAY, April 10, 11 a.m to 5 p.m.    One space left, please call us now to reserve: 215-592-1234.

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