Professional Courses

E-bike course

One week virtual allows you to learn all theory at home. This allows more time on site for practical time. On completion of the course, you will have access to Bike Inn materials for 2 years. (This course does not include an IMI Qualification if you wish to gain an IMI Qualification it is possible but at an additional cost of £40.00)

Course Information:

One week of Virtual learning before the start of the two days onsite course

An introduction to eBikes

Tools required in addition to 'regular' bikes

A look at all makes of systems currently on the market

Diagnostics, fault finding, and the limits of repair for E-bikes outside of warranty

Full diagnostics on all systems (where the manufacturers allow this)

Strip and rebuild where possible

Conversion Kits

The Bike Inn E-bike Assessment and certificate of competence

£ 850.00 per person

Suspension

One week virtual allows you to learn all theory at home. This allows more time on site for practical time. On completion of the course, you will have access to Bike Inn materials for 2 years. (This course does not include an IMI Qualification if you wish to gain an IMI Qualification it is possible but at an additional cost of £40.00)

Terminology, finding common problems, and fault finding

Coil and air spring systems and hands-on experience

Different types of dampers

Set up procedures

Rear shock strip and rebuild/service

Problems and fault finding

Seatpost strip and rebuild of a dropper post

The Bike Inn Suspension Assessment and certificate of competence

£600.00 per person

 

Wheel Building

One week virtual allows you to learn all theory at home. This allows more time on site for practical time. On completion of the course, you will have access to Bike Inn materials for 2 years. (This course does not include an IMI Qualification if you wish to gain an IMI Qualification it is possible but at an additional cost of £40.00)

One week Virtual followed by 2-days immersive course will train you as a 'master' wheel builder where you learn the following:

Parts compatibility

Tools required

Hubs, their design and progress

Rims, their various types and designs

Spokes and nipples, strengths and weaknesses, different design, materials and attachments

Spoke length calculation

Lacing patterns

Tightening and truing of wheels to industry tolerances

Building of three types of wheel covering 90% of those found on bikes today

The Bike Inn Wheel Building Assessment and certificate of competence

In addition to your 2 days at our training facility in Cumbria, you will be given access to the online wheel building theory module that our qualification students study. We recommend that you work through this before you attend the practical course to ensure you have a fully rounded knowledge of the essentials.

£450.00 per person

Bike Fit

During this extremely intensive course you'll learn:

An introduction to bike fitting

Basic equipment required for an in-depth bike fit

Basic human anatomy and how muscle groups connect and inter-relate

The known basic setups for Mountain, Road, TT and Triathlon bikes

Restrictions on achievable angles for health reasons and regulations

Ways to combat common cycling ailments

The effects of changing components within the bike fit arena

Practical sessions with a bike fit bicycle to find a good fit when no client bike is available

Practical bike fit with your own bikes

(This course does not include an IMI Qualification if you wish to gain an IMI Qualification it is possible but at an additional cost of £40.00)

Different bike fit systems and apps, and their pros and cons

£850

August course avalibility