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My bike is beat up- Learning to keep your bike running smooth is easier than you might imagine. Check out these great instructional videos for Kentucky riders and these short videos on How to Check Your Bike Before You Ride - Part I (bearings) and Part II (all else).- Six Bike Fix-It Stations with basic tools and a pump have been installed on campus (at Humanities, SAC/Red Barn Plaza, SAC Floyd St. entrance, University Tower Apartments and downtown at HSC Kornhauser plaza, and inside the parking garage at the J.D. Nichols Campus (Jefferson & Preston street)! For help with repairs, scan the QR code on the Fixit to view detailed instructions, or download the Bike Repair App for iPhone.- Can't fix it yourself? Get in touch with our UofL Bike Mecahnic, Jonah Hermes (859-496-9815), and he'll help you out.- The not-for-profit Falls City Community Bikeworks located roughly mid-way between UofL's Belknap campus and Health Science Center at 1217 Logan Street (just south of Oak) provides the space, tools and expertise to any community member who wishes to learn and practice bike maintenance.- If you need professional help, identify bike shops near your route. Here's a listing of area bike shops.
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Location: Crawford Gym, Room 15 April 3 - May 8, 2012: Fridays, 11:00 a.m.July 6 - August 10, 2012: Wednesdays, 2:00 p.m.August 2 - November 6, 2012: Thursdays, 12:00 p.m.The class was designed as a guide to various aspects of safety, such as basic equipment maintenance, skills, and rules of the road. The content was based on the League of American Bicyclists' national BikeEd program, with the central idea being "Cyclists fare best when they act and are treated as drivers of vehicles." The class intended to help you to become a cyclist who rides with greater safety and confidence. Get Healthy Now encourages participants to ride bicycles for fun, fitness, and transportation, leading to a happier and healthier person, planet, and safer environment for all. These new bike safety classes were made possible by funds generated through the purchase of "Share the Road" license plates by Kentucky motorists! Funding from the Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant has allowed UofL to: 1. Provide American League of Bicyclists Certified Instructors (through a subcontract with Bicycling for Louisville) to conduct free training to educators from university, high school and community organizations in bicycle safety and confident cycling, in order for them to return to their respective institutions to train students and community members; and to provide the educational and curriculum materials needed to train these educators and their future students; and 2. Create, post, and distribute bicycling maps as an additional means to educate people about safe means of bicycling on UofL campuses (reducing conflicts with pedestrians) and bicycling to campus by accessing bicycle gateways and connecting with Metro bike routes and public transit lines. You can see the results of this project in the UofL inset on new Louisville Bike Map (pdf) released March 2013!