Mountain Trail Freeride Road Tri BMX Comfort Bikes – Freewheel Cycle Ontario – Everything for the cycling enthusiast!
This week, Freewheel’s website fell victim to a malicious attack. A hacker targeting WordPress installations (a popular blogging/content management platform) had compromised our website, and was using it distribute malicious software to other WordPress sites. We were flagged by Google, and all week our customers who visited our site were met with a Malware warning.
We’ve cleaned up our code, beefed up security, and re-launched our site. Most essential content has been restored, and we’re slowly but surely polishing the rest of our site up. In the meantime, you’ll still have access to important things like our hours and contact info, as well as detailed info about our services.
Women’s Learn to Mountain Bike Course is returning Saturday June 1st!
Here’s the scenario: You are a woman. You see people riding mountain bikes on trails in the woods. You think, “that looks like fun and I want to have some fun!”
It sounds simple, right? Well, this is pretty much what it’s all about. You may already have a decent mountain bike, or you may aspire to purchase one, but venturing off the beaten path seems a bit intimidating. You may already venture into the trails but you’re not sure how to tackle the challenges that present themselves.
The goal with mountain biking is always to ride more and walk less. Being able to get over a log, climb a steep hill and flow down a tricky descent are skills that help you to keep on riding, no matter what, and give you the confidence to be more adventurous on your bike. Freewheel’s Women’s Learn To Mountain Bike course aims to do exactly that. Our friendly female coaches take the participants through in-class theory, small obstacle skills and on-trail practice. Plus, we provide lunch at mid-day! All of this for $85.
If you already ride a real (ie: from a bike shop) mountain bike, bring it! If you’re just getting your feet wet (or dirty) and don’t have your own bike, we have rentals!
The course is scheduled for Saturday, June 1st, 2013, 10am-4pm, and a rain date of Saturday, June 22nd will be used if necessary. Drop by or call Freewheel to sign up. The clinic begins and ends at Freewheel. If you have more questions, please send an email to email@example.com or dial 905-628-5126.
Hope to see you soon!
Postponed until May 25th!!!
Hey, do you ride a bike? Well then you should be self-sufficient! This is stuff every cyclist should know!
We teach basic maintenance such as correct tire inflation, cleaning and lubrication of your chain and gears, and of course trail-side emergency repairs that will help you avoid that really long walk home!
Learn to fix any kind of flat! Learn to repair and replace a broken chain. Learn to make a badly bent wheel rideable, and finally learn to identify mechanical issues before they become serious problems.
Where: Freewheel Cycle 9 King St. W.
Cost: $25 in advance and $30 day of! There is limited space so please register early!