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LGBTQIA+ bike maintenance workshop

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.

Future sessions:

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

  • Date & time

    • Wednesday, February 23, 2022
    • 6pm - 8pm
  • Where

    • Ground Floor (accessible),
      Civic House,
      26 Civic Street,
      G4 9RH
  • Age


  • Tickets

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