In honour of LGBT history month, Bike for Good, Glasgow's cycling social enterprise, is hosting a free LGBTQIA+ guided bike maintenance session from 6-8pm on Wednesday 23rd February at Civic House.
The session will be led by two non-binary queer members of Bike for Good staff and is open to all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (including non-binary), Queer/ Questioning, Intersex and Asexual or Agender people. We welcome complete beginners, as this is a learning space with mechanics & volunteers on hand to work through problems together.
What to expect:
The first half of the session is a guided maintenance and repair class, and the second half is free for you to work on your bike with the support of trained non-binary mechanics. Having said that our sessions are pretty flexible and if you prefer to work unsupported then you are welcome to!
We aim to provide a friendly and welcoming space, free of judgement. We offer a stand and tools and our skilled LGBTQIA+ mechanics will be on hand to give help and advice if you get stuck.
This week's session is taking place instead of our usual Spokes not Blokes bike maintenance session for women and all non-binary people. If there is sufficient demand we will consider running more LGBTQIA+ bike maintenance classes in the future.
Book your ticket & we'll see you there