With fuel prices soaring and other costs of living pressures, many people are reconsidering their use of the car. E-bike sales and conversions of existing bikes to having electric assistance are booming. With the average conversion kit starting at £500 and a range of E-bikes up well beyond £7,000, there is an option on the market for everyone. However, who is going to maintain this increase in E-bikes? Do you have confidence in dealing with the servicing and repair of e-bikes?
Here at The Bike Inn our Professional course (Incorporating an OFQUAL IMI L3 qualification)covers reputable branded E-bikes with power by Bosch, Shimano, Yamaha and Brose amongst others. However, you might want to go a step further and fix non-branded E-bikes. The older and cheaper bikes are now showing their age and new ones will soon be needing attention. Whilst some can quickly become beyond economic repair, there is a massive market in keeping these bikes on the road. The food delivery industry alone is a significant user of basic e-bikes.
This is where the Professional E-bike course is designed to give you the skills and confidence to take on this challenge and extend your business offerings. Launched at the end of 2021 The Bike Inn’s professional E-bike course covers problem-solving, fault finding, and solutions on non-branded E-bikes. We predict you will get your money back within 1-2 months of working on E-bikes. With E-bikes only increasing in numbers why wouldn’t you learn how to maintain them?
We have one place available on our July E-bike course and the next availability is the 6/7th October 2022. More information at: https://bikeinn.co.uk/professional-courses