This summer Trek Bikes is offering their Trek Certified Assembly Technician 101 course for NICA student-athletes and coaches. The course is designed to educate student-athletes to perform bicycle maintenance on their own. Skills learned through this course will empower student-athletes to gain confidence with equipment operations and save time and money by completing maintenance themselves. The course will also teach student-athletes skills beyond the wrench that can be applied to other aspects of business and social life!
All courses and training will be hosted at the Trek Certified Service training and development facility at Trek Bicycle's global headquarters in Waterloo, WI.
Subject Material Covered:
- Understanding tool use and maintenance
- Understanding torque values and their importance
- Adjustment of bearings in headsets, bottom brackets and hubs
- Installation of handlebar and saddle
- Installation of handlebar grip and tape
- Installation and truing of wheels
- Installation and tuning of disc and rim brakes
- Installation and tuning of drivetrains
- Tubleless Ready system installation and set-up
- Tube replacement
- Complete bicycle safety check procedure
- Bike washing procedure
- Introduction to on-line technical resources
- Introduction and proficiency in 5S methodology
- Test ride procedue
Curious about a course? Click on the links below for registration and more information
- Co-Ed Service Course - June 10-12
- Women's Service Course - July 8-10
- Co-Ed Service Course - July 15-17
Courses are 3-Days and have a tuition of $550 per person. Participants must be 16 years of age or older.
You may also contact Chris Lynch (email@example.com) for more details!