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22 Apr 2024

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8 Apr 2024

 A new video from the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) launched ahead of the mayoral election on May 2 urges followers to “make sure London’s next Mayor knows just how much we all...

8 Apr 2024

A new study has suggested that cities need to take into account the rapid growth and serious potential of electric bikes in moving people.

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Going to the Cycle Show? Learn technical tips with seminars presented by Cytech experts - stand G531

Posted on in Business News ,Brands & Products News , Cycles News , Outdoor News

CCS-Cytech Social Postytech are attending the Cycle Show and will be demonstrating key practices in bike maintenance that are useful for both the trade and public.

Cytech is the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for bicycle technicians, delivering training and promotion of technical skills to the cycle trade and enthusiasts worldwide.

 

Maintaining Your e-bike

Have you got an e-bike for the first time? Not sure how to maintain it? Join the experts on maintenance from Activate Cycle Academy and Cytech for a talk on how to look after your beloved new electric bike and how to keep it performing at its super charged best.

We will talk all things maintenance and servicing, and how it may differ from a normal bike. Cleaning, lubrication, adjustment, and electrical safety.

It will all be covered in this 30-minute talk with a chance to ask Jack your burning questions on e-bike maintenance.

A bike technician's secrets to keeping your bike on the road


Join Jack and tap into his years of experience in the bike industry. From daily commuters to World Cup racers Jack has maintained and kept thousands of bikes on the road and now teaches other mechanics to do the same, delivering Cytech qualifications and sharing his knowledge.

In this 30 minute presentation you can hear the secrets that come with years of experience from which tools we should all have, to how to clean and lubricate, and how to prolong the life of your pride and joy.

Cytech will be at the show on all days at stand G531. 

 

Save 10% on advance adult tickets!

The ACT, along with Cytech, are offering tickets 10% off adult tickets when booking in advance of the show. Simply enter discount code ‘CYT22' when prompted on the ticket page here. Code is valid until 23:59 21/04/2022.

Buy your tickets now

 

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