Flat Fixing Classes

The cycling season has officially started!

Trophy Bikes is hosting flat fixing classes on the first and third Mondays of every month at 6:30. Of course, the events are free and attendees can get 10% off saddle bags and tool kits! Bring your own bicycle, tools, and determination – staff member Arianna will walk you through basic wheel anatomy and will help you fix a flat on your very own bike. Our class is geared towards beginners, but we welcome cyclists who just need a refresher to join us as well.

No RSVP necessary.

Check out our Facebook Page for more information on our next fix-a-flat class!

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