CYCLEDELIK MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS

The membership is optional and may be triggered or canceled at any time. 

The call out service we offer is on a pay as you go basis but the membership offers excellent value for money. It is activated by monthly Direct Debit in return for the following benefits:

  • Upgrade to VIP status: Your call out request is processed before every one else
  • No call out charges*: Nothing to pay to call out a mechanic
  • Free repairs (Labour only): Nothing to pay on all repairs carried out on your bike including upgrades etc...
  • Free wheel building: Broken wheel or worn out rim? Not a problem, we will rebuild for free (Parts excluded)
  • Free valet during a service: Complete bike clean and shine
  • Scheduled free servicing* (Labour only): 1 to 2 free visits to service the bike per year
  • Dedicated members telephone number and email: Special members hotline and email (Not advertised!)
  • Free advice on the best cycling products, brands and services in the market.

 

Membership costs are as follows:

 

BRONZE £12.50

Roadside assistance or recovery to our workshop (or a shop of your choice); and home start to get you back on the road for motorbikes up to 1000cc, Scooters roadside recovery & Bicycle including cargo bike. Major repairs and service are excluded. For the Bronze Membership we fix flat tyres, replace malfunctioning batteries, supply fuel to get you to the nearest petrol station, fix broken chains, snapped brake and clutch cables only.  – Per month via Direct Debit (dD)

To activate the direct debit, simply click on the option above and you will be directed to a secure web page run by GoCardless our membership processing partner. 

 

SILVER £22.50

Hybrid, folding & single speed cycles – Per month via Direct Debit (dD)

To activate the direct debit, simply click on the option above and you will be directed to a secure web page run by GoCardless our membership processing partner.

 

SILVER PLUS £30.00 

With additional Hydraulic brakes & Suspension cover – Per month via Direct Debit (dD)

To activate the direct debit, simply click on the option above and you will be directed to a secure web page run by GoCardless our membership processing partner. 

 

GOLD £27.50

Road cycles, MTB & Cargo bikes – Per month via Direct Debit (dD)

To activate the direct debit, simply click on the option above and you will be directed to a secure web page run by GoCardless our membership processing partner.

 

GOLD PLUS £35.00

With additional Hydraulic brakes & Suspension cover – Per month via Direct Debit (dD)

To activate the direct debit, simply click on the option above and you will be directed to a secure web page run by GoCardless our membership processing partner.

 

PLATINUM £37.50

eBikes including cargo bikes, MTB, CX, road, hybrid and city bikes –  per month including BOSCH, YAMAHA & STEPS motors – Per month via Direct Debit (dD)

To activate the direct debit, simply click on the option above and you will be directed to a secure web page run by GoCardless our membership processing partner.

 

PLATINUM PLUS £50.00

With additional Hydraulic brakes cover – Per month via Direct Debit (dD)

To activate the direct debit, simply click on the option above and you will be directed to a secure web page run by GoCardless our membership processing partner.

 

How to apply:

Online: Just click on one of the above options to setup dD,

By email: Please use our secure website contact form,

By phone: Please call us on 03331230500 Option:4,

In person: Please speak to your mechanic.

 

Suitable for private individuals as well as business.

*Free servicing and call outs are limited to 1-2 services a year and 2-4 repair call outs a year. Management reserves the rights to increase the membership fee upon application for locations outside our reach to cover the business costs. Terms and conditions apply.

 

How to cancel in 2 simple steps:

1/ Simply email us using our contact form or by calling us 24/7 on 03331230500. No reason required to deactivate.

2/ You will also have to cancel the direct debit via your direct debit provider GoCardless using the email address you signed up with.

 

What members have to say:

"I have been using Cycledelik for over two years now and belong to one of their membership schemes. My bikes are scheduled for frequent check ups and are kept in the best condition which minimizes issues while on the road. However, when something does go wrong the team is very flexible and reliable to help you out. They come on site to where you are and carry a wide stock of bike parts to quickly get your riding again.

I think the best part of this is that they come to you. So when I commute to work they can visit my office to replace a flat. They also come to my home in greater London to carry out service on the whole families bikes.

The value of the membership has paid for itself many times over in convenience alone. Plus service is always with a smile." By Michael P

 

"Rachid is extremely passionate and knowledgeable when it comes to bicycles and generally a very nice guy. I've had a monthly 'contract' with him for over two years and it's a great deal. He services my bicycle every couple of months and and in case I break down I know he'll get me back on the road the earliest possible even if this means coming to do the job at 6 in the morning!! Highly recommended!" By M Klein

 

"Brilliant service provided by Rachid!" By C Horne

Brakes - Mechanical   Price Inc. VAT
Brake pads fit per brake £2.50
Inner cable fit £2.50
Outer casing fit £2.50
Brake adjustment £2.50
Brake lever fit £2.50
Rotor fit / replacement £5.00
Calliper fit / replacement £5.00
Disc brake line fit (Per wheel) £5.00
Brake service - Cable pull £25.00
Brake service (Callipers, V & canti) – each £12.50
Drum brakes service including pads- Front £65.00
Drum brakes service including pads- Rear £82.50
Drum brake pads fit per brake – Front £25.00
Drum brake pads fit per brake – Rear
£55.00
Brakes - Hydraulic   
Brake pads fit per brake £2.50
Brake lever fit £25.00
Brake line fit £25.00
Brake adjustment £15.00
Rotor fit / replacement £5.00
Calliper fit / replacement £25.00
Disc brake set fit (Per wheel) £25.00
Brake service – Per calliper £65.00
Disc brake line bleed and re-fill
£20.00
Gears   
cable(s) fit per line no bar tape £10.00
cable(s) fit per line with bar tape £20.00
Gear shift fit £25.00
Gears adjustment £15.00
Chain ring fit – each £10.00
Derailleur fit £20.00
Chain fit £10.00
Chain fit – With full cover £25.00
Chain de-grease, dry and lubricate – No cover £20.00
Chain de-grease, dry and lubricate – With full cover £25.00
Chainset fit (Cassette, chain and crank set) £45.00
Cassette fit £15.00
Sprocket fit – Hub gear without cover £25.00
Sprocket fit – Hub gear with cover £30.00
Crank set fit £20.00
Hanger alignment/fit £20.00
Gear sercice – Cassette & derailleur type (Cabls excl) £60.00
Hub gear service 3 – 5spd (Cables excluded) £125.00
Hub gear service 7-8spd(Cables excluded) £125.00
Hub gear service 9spd+ (Cables excluded)
£125.00
Transmission  
Pedals fit / replacement £5.00
Crank fit / replacement £5.00
Pedals service (Serviceable type only)
£15.00
Bottom bracket  
Fit/Service standard and external £50.00
BB30 / BB90 fit £50.00
Eccentric fit £50.00
Service Power Torque £50.00
Service Uptra Torque £50.00
Housing alignment £60.00
Cannondale and other imports service
£50.00
Saddle   
Saddle fit and adjustment £2.50

Seat pin fit
£2.50
Fork  
Fork alignment £20.00
Fork replacement £35.00
Headset   
Service - Bicycle £50.00
Replacement parts £35.00
Service - Cargo
£50.00
Suspension service   
Rear shocks £50.00
Cannondale HeadShock and lefty forks + Parts £130.00
Other Front suspension forks + Parts
£85.00
Wheels  
Replace inner tube on standard wheel £16.50
Fit inner tube/Tyre- hub gear without cover £16.50
Fit inner tube/Tyre – hub gear with cover £16.50
Fit sealed bearings per hub £20.00
Axle cones adjustment £10.00
Axle cones adjustment and grease £15.00
Axle fit, cone adjustment and grease £20.00
Tubeless fit £20.00
Wheel true £10.00
Wheel true and spokes re-tension (Precision balance) £30.00
Wheel build £45.00
Hub service £20.00
Replace hub
£45.00
Spokes  
Spoke replacement £15.00
Spoke replacement – Disc wheels £25.00
Spoke replacement – Hub gear with cover
£30.00
Handle bar  
Grips fit £2.50
Bar tape fit £5.00
Stem fit £2.50
Handlebar bar fit – MTB £15.00
Handlebar bar fit – Road £30.00
Handlebar bar fit – Other £40.00
Handlebar size reduction
£10.00
Accessories fit  
Computer FREE*
Lights FREE*
Dynamo - Classic FREE*
Clip on mudguards set £10.00
Side stand FREE*
Full mudguard sets £30.00
Rear rack FREE*
Front rack FREE*
Child seat – Hamax tube set £10.00
Child seat – Other £20.00
Padlock FREE*
Basket
FREE*
Electric bicycles with BOSCH & YAMAHA Motors  
Electric circuit diagnosis & troubleshooting £95.00
Electric brake line replacement £15.00
Electric control unit replacement £65.00
Throttle replacement £45.00
(** Parts excluded)
 
Welding /hr  
Steel £65.00
Stainless steel £95.00
Aluminium £125.00
Titanium
£150.00
Other Welding /hr  
Soldering £40.00
Brazing £50.00
Fabrication and modifications
£65.00
Security  
Bespoke bicycle security – Free quotes  
Other  
Other repairs / Requests not listed  POA
Bike fit - Basic £25.00
Bike fit - Pro £200.00
Lost keys / Bicycle release £20.00
Di2 diagnosis, trouble shoot & firmware updates £125.00
Di2 or EPS conversion from cable to electronic £195.00
Power meter fit, calibration and setup  £75.00
Group event cycle back up – UK(non-motorised + travel expense) POA
Group event cycle back up – UK (motorised + travel expense) POA
Group event cycle back up – Continent (plus travel expense) POA
Bike valet £45.00
Bike Wash £20.00
Custom build consultation – road & MTB  £50.00
Bike build from a box - 2 wheels £20.00
Bike build from a box - Cargo bike £150.00
Re-spray (Sand blast, powder coat + bake. Frame only) Strip & rebuild labour excluded £99.00
Strip & rebuild labour
£150.00
Frame preparation  
Headset facing and reaming £45.00
Fork tube cut to size, star nut & crown fitted £20.00
Seat tube reamed to size £35.00
Bottom bracket chase £35.00
Bottom bracket face £35.00
Disc brake mount face - Each
£30.00
Servicing  
Safety check £25.00
Express service £70.00
General service £115.00
Overhaul £198.00
Minimum charge apply / qtr hr £35.00
   
   
   
   
© CYCLEDELIK LIMITED

 

 

  BASIC SERVICE (BS) EXPRESS SERVICE (ES) GENERAL SERVICE (GS) GEAR SERVICE (GRS) BRAKES SERVICE (BS) OVERHAUL (OVH)
Bottom bracket drained and cleaned  
 
     
 
 
Bottom bracket housing chased    
Bottom bracket thread protected with anti-seize    
Bottom bracket faced if necessary    
Bottom bracket electronics and cable wire routes tidy    
Bottom bracket fitted, replaced or upgraded    
Headset disassembled & housing cleaned    
Headset bearings checked for wear & serviced    
Headset fitted and greased    
Headset compressed to BS6102    
Hub (s) front disassembled and serviced accordingly    
Hub (s) rear disassembled and serviced accordingly    
Rim tape & inner tubes checked    
Pedals serviced    
Pedals fitted and torqued - Vector torque checked    
Freehub body checked and serviced accordingly          
CABLES: Discard/Recycle      
Chain wear checked and degreased if <0.7 or recycle      
Cassette / Sprocket wear check and cleaned or recycle      
Front derailleur disassembled, checked, serviced      
Rear derailleur play check, disassembled, serviced      
Chainrings checked for wear and cleaned or recycle      
Cassette freehub body checked and serviced      
Rear wheel hub service       
Hanger stats recorded      
REBUILD: Fit new gear cables and pre-stretch      
Cage rotation check      
Cage height check      
Front derailleur H + L set & locktight      
Front derailleur mounting & pinch bolt torqued       
Rear derailleur H + L set & locktight      
Rear derailleur hanger bolt torqued to spec      
Rear derailleur mounting bolt torqued to spec      
Jockey wheels cleaned and bolts torqued      
Rear derailleur cable pinch bolt torque                           
RHS gear shifter mechanism checked for integrity - INDEX      
LHS gear shifter mechanism checked for integrity - INDEX      
Brake pads wear check       
Rims / discs condition check                       
Braking surface check      
Rims / Discs true       
Callipers stripped, serviced and rebuilt      
Callipers bolts torqued      
Brake pads in line with rims / Discs      
Inner & outer cables checked at both ends for integrity or recycle      
Front brake pads assembly and position check      
Front brake pads bolts torqued or pin secure (disc)      
Front brakes operational & leaver travel to BS6102       
Rear brake pads assembly and position check      
Rear brake pads bolts torqued or pin secure (disc)                      
Rear brakes operati©nal & leaver travel to BS6102       
Brake levers mounting bolt torqued      
Brake cable pinch bolts torqued       
Roller brakes serviced       
Drum brakes checked for wear & serviced      
Front hydraulic line integral and no leaks      
Rear hydraulic line integral and no leaks      
Front brake lever integral  - Hydraulic ones= Intact      
Rear brake lever integral  - Hydraulic ones= Intact      
Gears fine tuned       
Hanger adjusted      
Jockey wheels and chainrings cleared of debris      
Rack / Side stand & mudguards checked      
Gear inner cables checked at both ends for integrity      
Accessories free of play      
All cables checked for interference & route is clear      
Handlebar Grips / Tape condition check      
Fork rotation & play check      
Fork joint with tube checked behind crown race      
Front wheel play check       
Front wheel spokes in tension & true      
Front tyre (s) pressure & directional rotation check      
Rear wheel play check and adjust      
Rear wheel spokes in tension & true      
Rear tyre (s) pressure & directional rotation check      
Seat to handlebar to front wheel in line      
Pedals taken out, threads cleaned & anti-seize applied      
Pedals checked for bearings play / Cleaned & lubricated      
bottom bracket fitted correctly and free of play      
All joints, lines, connectors, pivot axles lightly lube & grease      
Chain wear checked & lube    
Brakes operational to BS6102 bite square on the braking surface    
Chasis brackets in tension    
Frame pivot axle free of play    
Stem fitted to BS6102 check - Traditional style     
Stem clamp bolts torqued              
Face plate / Handlebar binder bolt(s) clamped Z torqued    
Front wheel (s) lock check / Bolts torqued    
Front tyre (s) assembled to BS6102 check    
Front tyre debris free / deep cuts / TWI checked & road worthy    
Rear wheel (s) lock check / Bolts torqued    
Rear tyre (s) assembled to BS6102 check    
Rear tyre debris free / deep cuts / TWI checked & road worthy    
Seat pin check and fitted to BS6102    
Saddle clamp bolt(s) torque     
Pedals torqued    
Crank bolts torqued    
Frame,  fork & drop outs check for  fatigue/failure    
     

 

How to book online

Know what type of bicycle you have:

  1. With rim brakes
  2. With Disc (Including coaster, drum or kick-back) brakes
  3. Electric
  4. Cargo

Know your bicycle mileage:

  1. Low 250-500 miles
  2. Moderate 500-2500 miles
  3. High 2500 miles and more

Choose your bicycle service:

For low mileage & rim Brakes -> Basic Service

For moderate mileage & rim Brakes -> Express Service

For low, moderate and high mileage & disc brakes -> General Service

For low, moderate and high mileage & disc brakes -> Overhaul

For high end bicycles rim or disc brakes Overhaul is recommended.

Here is a quick reference guide:

 

Optional Extras:

 

Speciality:

Welcome to CYCLEDELIK ® franchise section.

If you answer yes to any of the following quetions, then read on and we encourage you to apply:

  • Are you looking for a change of career or perhaps a part time job to complement your income; or simply looking for a job not only to keep you busy but a job that is also rewarding and satisfying?
  • Are you desperate to find a job with no gender or ethnic discrimination?
  • Have you been made redundant or perhaps your contract has ended?
  • Are you a parent and struggling to find a job that is flexible enough to enable a fair work/life balance?
  • Are you fed-up of working for others and not being recognised for all your hard work and efforts?
  • Are you fed-up of working in an office and staring at the computer screen but lack the confidence or knowledge to apply for a new job?
  • Do you love a challenge but nothing out there seems to deliver….?

Then look no further! Whether you are changing career with no prior cycle repair know how or wishing to expand your existing knowledge then CYCLEDELIK ® could be the answer.

Our franchise is designed to suit most applicants from complete beginners to actual bicycle technicians. Successful applicants will be introduced and welcomed into our group and expect the following:

  • Induction
  • Legalities including signing of NDA
  • Understanding how and were you fit withing the organisation
  • Understanding how our Co-op franchise model work
  • Understanding how the accounting system work
  • Understanding how the booking system work
  • How to access business support available 24/7
  • How to use business contacts
  • H&S training
  • Customer care training
  • Time management training
  • Communication training
  • IT training
  • How to complete a service sheet step by step
  • General cycle knowledge and skills training
  • Understanding and navigating technical data
  • Getting your van ready!
  • Go out with the best for hands on practice 3 to 5 days
  • Workshop training 3 to 5 days
  • How to master the art of being a CYCLEDELIK ® mechanic
  • Useful business data, how to use it and look after it 

The starting salary as a novice Mobile Bicycle Mechanic Gross/pa is from £6,500 and up to £95,000 as a full time, fully fledged, experienced and qualified mobile cycle & eBike mechanic working from a fully kitted out mobile van. This is only possible with hard work, dedication, the back-up and support of CYCLEDELIK ® and the brilliant and dedicated team behind it.

 

How to apply? 

The process is very simple and takes 5 to 10 minutes to complete. It is all online and accessible 24/7. All you have to do is to follow the links below one at a time (twice in total):

Step1: Complete the NDA (This is a legally binding Non Disclosure Agreement between CYCLEDELIK LIMITED and yourself. A secret document, meaning that you say nothing to anyone about what we teach you!)

Step 2: Complete the questionnaire (Please answer this honestly and to the best of your knowledge. There are no right or wrong answers and if you are not sure just say so:))

Management are notified immediately when you have completed your application once signed and completed using a valid email address! We will contact you shortly* after to inform you if your application has been successful or not. 

*We are closed for business in August, and for 3 weeks between Christmas and New Year.

 

Franchise cost? 

The franchise cost depends on how you wish to operate and is made out of the following:

Base cost (What all franchisees have to pay. One off payment): £25000 +vat

Management fees (Paid yearly): Disclosed upon signing the agreement

Mobile unit cost fully kitted (Paid in one go without interest or in installments with interest): VAN £50000 +vat - eBike £10000 +vat

 

We wish you the best of luck!

Google customer reviews:

"Superb customer service and professional work carried out by Rachid and his team. I'm glad I was introduced to them by a local friend when he said Cycledelik are one of the best in Acton.

They've taken great care and delicate work with my bikes over the years and I routinely ask them for help and a MOT-like service to ensure they're running optimally and at their best.

I also requested them to build a bespoke mountain bike a while back and they did it effortlessly and without any problems by coming to me without any surprises or unexpected premiums. No complaints and I haven't been let down by them so far. Keep up the good work, Cycledelik."

 

"I have been using Cycledelik for over two years now and belong to one of their membership schemes. My bikes are scheduled for frequent check ups and are kept in the best condition which minimizes issues while on the road. However, when something does go wrong the team is very flexible and reliable to help you out. They come on site to where you are and carry a wide stock of bike parts to quickly get your riding again.

I think the best part of this is that they come to you. So when I commute to work they can visit my office to replace a flat. They also come to my home in greater London to carry out service on the whole families bikes.

The value of the membership has paid for itself many times over in convenience alone. Plus service is always with a smile."

"Always helpful, prompt and professional - we have a cargo trike that gets good care"

 

Freeindex customer reviews:

"Communicative, friendly, knowledgeable service. Right on time and quickly repaired and serviced my bike. Will definitely use again."

"Absolutely brilliant service. On time, knowledgeable and so helpful. Great work on my knackered bike. Mended my gears, fitted a new seat and did thorough safety check. Back on the road in no time. Thank you so much."

 

How to join our growing team

Here at Cycledelik we are constantly looking for people across the UK with the right mentality, work ethics and attitude to join our team. See franchise for further details.

Salary and wages are subject to age and experience. Mechanics vacancies are subject to rigorous tests, satisfactory references, health and fitness and GP reports.

 

Trainee Mobile Bicycle Mechanic / Apprentice

Apply now for a chance to be considered for 2022 vacancy!

Location: Acton – West London

Successful applicant will be taught how to be a competent and professional mobile bicycle mechanic over a period of 3 years full time or 5 years part time.

Applicants must be UK residents with a clean driving licence, educated to GCSE level or equivalent, able to provide proof of address, GP and reference details.

Training will cover the following:

Part 1

  • Safety at work and cycle safety BS6102
  • Security at work – Introduction
  • Health & fitness
  • English and language commands
  • Applied Mathematics – Introduction
  • Applied Physics – Introduction
  • Metallurgy – Introduction
  • Punctuality at work
  • Attention to details
  • How to work on your own
  • How to work as part of a team
  • How to be methodical and tidy
  • Effective communication and time management
  • Customer service – Introduction
  • Triple R – Recycle, Reuse & Respect the environment
  • COSH
  • Dealing with suppliers – Introduction
  • How to take a phone call
  • How to deal with members
  • How to complete a booking
  • How to take payments in person, over the phone and company procedures
  • How to look after company assets
  • How to look after stock
  • Ethics – Introduction
  • Terms and conditions and duties to our customer
  • Orienteering and navigation skills
  • Endurance skills
  • Health and fitness test
  • Basic Mathematics, English and Vision tests
  • In house theory and practical test by quality control.

Part 2

  • Customer service – After sales
  • Tried and tested – Which products and brands to sell
  • How to approach servicing or repairing a bicycle – Assessment
  • How to recommend a service or a repair
  • How to quote and communicate a service or a repair
  • How to log and communicate a service or a repair
  • How to look after customers property
  • How to safety check a bicycle
  • How to complete a service or repair sheet – Paper version
  • How to setup a bicycle to fit a customer
  • How to clean a bicycle
  • How to clean a chain
  • How to choose the right saddle for a customer
  • How to choose the right stem for a customer
  • How to check the frame is the right size for a customer
  • How to choose the right groupset for a customer
  • How to choose the right wheels for a customer
  • How to choose the right tyres for a customer
  • How to choose the right bicycle for a customer
  • How to assist a customer purchase the right bicycle suitable for their needs
  • How to assist a customer build their dream bicycle
  • How to tie a knot and secure goods
  • Learning bicycle and tools terminology
  • Torque tools, how to set up and use
  • In house theory and practical test by quality control.

Part 3

  • How to complete a service or repair sheet – Electronic version
  • How to take and log a goods order from a customer
  • Suppliers list
  • How to order from a supplier
  • How to receive and check an order
  • How to price deliveries
  • How to stock take
  • How to stock control
  • How to cash control
  • How to strip, spray and re-build a bicycle
  • In house theory and practical test by quality control.

Part 4

  • How to setup V and cantilever Brakes Part1
  • How to setup gears Part1 – Cassette
  • How to choose and fit standard tyres Part 1
  • How to choose and fit inner tubes
  • How to replace a spoke
  • How to true a wheel
  • How to build a wheel
  • How to service gears – Cassette
  • How to service a headset
  • How to service a bottom bracket
  • How to service hubs
  • How to extract sealed bearings
  • How to measure and dead sealed bearings
  • How to service body hub
  • How to convert a Campagnolo wheel to a Shimano wheel
  • How to service pedals
  • In house theory and practical test by quality control.

Part 5

  • CYTECH-1

Part 6

  • Applied Mathematics – Industry specific
  • Applied Physics – Industry specific
  • Metallurgy – Industry specific
  • How to setup Brakes Part2 Disc & hydraulic
  • How to setup gears Part2 hub gears
  • How to service hub gears – Sturmey Archer, Shimano & SRAM
  • How to fit tyres Part 2 Tubeless
  • How to service a cargo bike
  • How to fit lights on a cargo bike
  • How to service a Brompton
  • How to service a tandem bike
  • How to service an electric bicycle including BOSH engines
  • In house theory and practical test by quality control.

Part 7

  • CYTECH-2

Part 8

  • How to setup Brakes Part3 coaster and roller
  • How to setup gears Part3 electronic Di2, EPS & STEPS
  • How to service hub gears – Rohloff, Schlumpf & Pinnion
  • How to fit tyres Part 2 Tubeless
  • How to service BOSH engines
  • How to upgrade manual gears to STEPS
  • How to trouble shoot electrical and electronic problems
  • How to fit and setup an electronic groupset
  • How to fit and setup power taps
  • How to service power tap
  • In house theory and practical test by quality control.

Part 9

  • CYTECH-3

Part 10

  • How to be a professional mobile bicycle mechanic.
  • Campagnolo certification
  • Shimano Certification
  • SRAM Certification
  • BOSH Certification
  • Rockshox Certification
  • FOX Certification
  • DT Swiss Certification

Part 11

  • Mechanical principals
  • The world of mechanics
  • Engineering
  • Metal and alloys
  • Fabrication
  • Welding and brazing
  • How to use a grinder
  • How to use a drill
  • How to use a lathe
  • How to thread a rod
  • How to thread a hole
  • How to thread a spoke
  • Thread lock
  • How to remove a rusty nut or bolt
  • How to supply and fit a ground anchor
  • How to release a locked bike