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Sunday Service: Drivetrain DIY

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Explore the elements of a tricycle drivetrain from the pedals through the cranks, chain, rear cog or cassette, and into the wheel.

The drivetrain is the critical element of your trike. It is also one of the key consumable systems, meaning: it wears and needs replacement through use. We'll cover methods for checking wear and replacing elements of the drivetrain. What do you need special tools for? What can you do with the tools around you?

Morning snacks and caffeine provided. Workshop begins when the caffeine kicks in. Bring your conundrums and puzzles. We can work on them together.

Cost: FREE

28 Jun 2015 - 10:00am
AlphaBENT, 1114 C Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

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