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VIDEO: Do you know the ABCD Quick Check?

I’m good friends with Michelle Johnston, a certified CAN-Bike instructor and the founder of Working Well, which aims to create healthy workplace cultures.  She has started a series of Bike Safety How-To Videos on the Working Well YouTube Channel.

She’s back with a 3rd video and blog post on a quick way to do a safety check on your bicycle.

View her other videos too!

 

Check out the blog post here.

 

 

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VIDEO: 3 Great Reasons for Cycling gloves

I’m good friends with Michelle Johnston, the founder of Working Well, which aims to create healthy workplace cultures.  She has started a series of Bike Safety How-To Videos on the Working Well YouTube Channel.

The first video was on ensuring your helmet is fitting properly.

Here’s the second – 3 great reasons to wear cycling gloves.

 

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VIDEO: The 2-4-1 Method for Bicycle Helmet Safety

I’m good friends with Michelle Johnston, the founder of Working Well, which aims to create healthy workplace cultures.  She has started a series of Bike Safety How-To Videos on the Working Well YouTube Channel.

Here’s the first, on ensuring your helmet is fitting properly.

Stay tuned for more videos from Michelle, and perhaps even a joint video with me AND her talking about biking!

 

 

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How Much Do You Know About Your Hubs?

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Dandyhorse has a new “MECHANICS” post up.  This one is all about hubs. Check it out.

Hubs are arguably the most important component on a bicycle. Every bicycle has them, no matter what size, type or purpose. The hub, together with the spokes and rim, form the complete wheel. Onto the wheel the tire and tube are mounted, along with gears on the rear wheel. Hubs provide the the support base for the spokes, which are adjustable for tension at the rim. While the rim and the spokes provide support for the tire and tube, the hub is what the entire bike frame rests on and how the weight of the bike and rider are transferred to the spinning interface of the wheel.

Read more: dandyhorse magazine » dandyBLOG

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EVENT: Sun, Jan 36 – Ladies Only Front End Workshop

For Women only! A hands-on workshop which will focus on the front end of the bicycle handle bars, front wheel, breaks, etc..

This workshop will take place Sunday January 26, 2014 from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. Space is limited so register soon!

Registration fee is $30 for non-members and $20 for CBN members. Register in person or online and pay with PayPal using the Donate button. If you have any questions you can contact us at 416-504-2918 or visit us at 761 Queen Street West.

via Ladies Only Front End Workshop Sunday January 26, 2014 | Community Bicycle Network.

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