From the brakes to the bells, a bicycle expert talks you through the tune-up and makes adjustments to make your riding experience more safe and comfortable.
The experts offer basic tune-in and check-up and if your bike needs more serious work completed, the facilitator will give advice and recommendations for what needs to be done to ensure safe riding.
Customers are served on a first-come first-served basis and need to register their name at the tent on the day.
Each bike receives a 10-15 minute session with an expert and you need to be present for your bike to receive a tune in and check up.
Please note the bike mechanic can only service one bike per person.
This service is not a replacement for regular maintenance needed on bicycles. We recommend establishing a relationship with a bike service shop to ensure your bike is in full working condition particularly if you are a regular rider or returning to riding after a long time.
The Rolling Fix are mobile bicycle mechanics that come to you. We work on all types of bikes all over Sydney, and have been doing so for 5 years. We believe educating our customers about their bicycle is important, the more you understand the more comfortable you will feel on your bike. Thomas is the owner of The Rolling Fix. As an avid rider of all types of bikes but most importantly sees the bikes play in individuals lives. He enjoys hearing how you use your bike and the positive impact it has on your life.
Pedal Set Go is lead by two dynamic women, Li Ditlef-Nielson and Jules Lawrence who established the business in January 2019. “Our vision is a happy, healthy and sustainable community where active transport is a normal part of the culture connecting people and place.” Pedal Set Go evolved out of Li’s and Jules’ desire to increase diversity and challenge perceived negative stereotypes of bike riders in Sydney. “To achieve this, people need quality cycle education that delivers both knowledge and practical skills to challenge the misconceived fear of cycling.” “Our aim is to cement cycling as a safe and city-friendly mode of transport for all.”