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Wed, Jul 17


Evo Denver Service & Repair Shop

Women's BIPOC Mechanics Class

COMBA Women's Program brings you hands on, mechanics classes! This event is specifically for the BIPOC community, welcoming those who identify as Black, Indigenous, Latina, Asian, or other People of Color. ¡tendremos un grupo español también!

Women's BIPOC Mechanics Class
Women's BIPOC Mechanics Class

Time & Location

Jul 17, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Evo Denver Service & Repair Shop, 845 Lincoln St, Denver, CO 80203, USA


About the event

¡También tendremos un grupo en español si prefieres que te enseñen en español!

At this month's COMBA mechanics class we'll be supporting our BIPOC community.


COMBA mechanics classes are hands-on, small group classes designed to give you the skills & knowledge to work on your own bike. We break into groups of 3-5 based on your desired topic & level, so this class is for all levels. Whether you've never changed a tire or want to learn to bleed your brakes, we got you! Because it's hands-on and a small group, we have limited spots which fill up fast. We'll have pizza, drinks and a raffle with lots of love from our sponsors!


  • basics - how to care for and clean your bike
  • shifting adjustments - cable tension, b tension, limit screws
  • wheels - rims, spokes, sealant, tires, tubes, plugs
  • suspension - set up, pressure, sag, rebound, and when to service
  • brakes - rotors, pads, fluid, pistons


  • Something to take notes
  • If you want to wrench, don't wear your nicest clothes.
  • Bikes: Please feel free to bring your own bike if you want to work on it. If you don't mind that your bike is the one being demonstrated/worked on, then don't bother bringing it - we will have demo bikes to use. This class is not intended to fix your bike, but rather give you the skills and empowerment to fix it on your own later, so please leave your specific parts and technical repairs at home.

A huge thanks to our sponsors: 

Email with any questions. Looking forward to wrenching with you!

We want to recognize that our use of women includes femmes, transgender, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming people. Further, whenever we use the term BIPOC our meaning is "Black, Indigenous, and people of color with the intention of centering the experiences of Black and Indigenous groups and demonstrating solidarity between​ all​ communities of color."


Noche De Mecánica!

Esta clase de mecánica es una oportunidad para que personas que se identifican como mujeres se reúnan para aprender habilidades básicas de mantenimiento de bicicletas, tanto de carretera como de montaña, ¡lo que prefieras! Nos dividiremos en pequeños grupos de 3-5 personas para que todos puedan practicar con sus bicicletas. Tenga en cuenta que esta clase es para todos los niveles ciclistas. Ya sea que nunca haya cambiado un neumático o desee hacer ajustes del desviador, lo tenemos cubierto.

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

En la tienda de: Evo Denver Service & Repair Shop, 845 Lincoln St, Denver, CO 80203

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  • Women’s Mechanics Class 7/17

    Sale ends: Jul 17, 11:30 AM

    Your ticket for the 7/17/24 Women’s Mechanics Class

    +$0.25 service fee



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