BOOK OUR SERVICES

We serve pre-booked customer first.

You can book services 2~15 days in advance.

We open by appointments out of opening hours.

You can book the service out of opening hours(10am-7pm).

We serve direct walk-in customers in opening hours.

You can drop by us for the service in opening hours(1pm-6pm Tue-Sat)

We serve your bicycles by only certified mechanics.

You can get the service by right person, tools and procedure.

 

THE PARK TOOL SCHOOL

Improve hands on skills

PARK TOOL

The world’s largest bicycle tool manufacturer

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Park Tool is the world’s largest bicycle tool manufacturer. They have been manufacturing bicycle specific tools since 1963.

The best part of Park Tool is they’ve tried to make people known bicycle repair properly. The Park Tool School is the one of these.

We are an official ‘The Park Tool School’ operator.

PARK TOOL SCHOOL

Learn hands on skills by experts

The Big Blue Book is the perfect reference guide and step-by-step repair manual for nearly any bicycles. This 4th edition(released on 24 Apr 2019) provides both the novice and veteran mechanic the information needed to perform nearly any repair from trailside repairs to complete overhauls.

SCHEDULE

Park Tool School in 2019

october, 2019

05oct(oct 5)9:00 am(oct 5)9:00 amBicycle Mechanic Course. Session#1 (Saturday)Park Tool School

07oct(oct 7)9:30 am11(oct 11)9:30 amBicycle Mechanic Course (1 week)Park Tool School

12oct(oct 12)9:00 am(oct 12)9:00 amBicycle Mechanic Course. Session#2 (Saturday)Park Tool School

19oct(oct 19)9:00 am(oct 19)9:00 amBicycle Mechanic Course. Session#3 (Saturday)Park Tool School

26oct(oct 26)9:00 am(oct 26)9:00 amBicycle Mechanic Course. Session#4 (Saturday)Park Tool School

We are an official operator of the Park Tool School.

 

BICYCLE MECHANIC COURSE

We open this course every month on Saturday and weekdays also. The course consist of 30 hours and participants are limited to 4 people.

The Saturday course : 4 Saterdays . 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The 1-week course : 5 days . Mon to Thu 9:30 AM – 5:00PM and Fri 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

 

COURSE FEE

The full sessions course fee is RM 1,800. (Booking deposit RM 300 included)

A single session course fee is RM 500. (Booking deposit RM 100 included)

Register at least 3 working days before the course beginning with deposit.

 

WHAT TO BE PROVIDED AND TO BRING

Dedicated professional tools and a repair stand are rented to a participant in the class.
The Big Blue Book 4th edition is provided to full session participants without extra charge.
You just bring your bicycles for understanding your bicycles fully and deeply.
Let us know about some detail of your bicycles when you sign up.

SESSIONS

Could be joined full sessions or a single session

1-week / Saturdays

The course opens on weekdays or Saturdays.
Weekdays, Mon-Thu 9:30am-5pm. Fri 9:30am-12pm
Saturdays, 9am-5pm

 

Full sessions / Single session

Can join full sessions or a single session.
Full sessions are in a week or 4 Saturdays.
A single session is in a Saturday.

 

 

30 hours / 8 hours

A single session is 8 hours.
Full sessions are 30 hours, cover all subjects.

 

RM 1800 / RM 500

Fee for the full sessions is RM 1800 and for a single session is RM 500.

 

 

Session 1


Chapter 1 – Basic Mechanical Skills

Chapter 17 – Frame & Fork

Chapter 2 – Tires & Tubes

Chapter 6 – Wheel Building

 

Session 2


Chapter 5 – Wheel truing

Chapter 3 – Rear Sprockets

Chapter 4 – Hubs

 

Session 3


Chapter 6 – Pedals

Chapter 7 – Cranksets

Chapter 8 – Chains

Chapter 9 – Derailleur Systems

Chapter 11 – Electronic DeraillEur Systems

 

Session 4


Chapter 14 – Caliper Rim Brake Systems

Chapter 15 – Handlebars, Stems, Saddles, & Seatposts

Chapter 16 – Headsets

Chapter 13 – Caliper Disc Brake Systems

Chapter 18 – Suspension

 

CURRICULUM

Base on BBB 4th edition. Index of the book here

Chapter 1 - Basic Mechanical Skills

THREADED FASTENER TENSION & TORQUE
LUBRICATION, THREADLOCKERS, & CLEANERS
BEARING SYSTEMS
DIAGNOSING & SOLVING MECHANICAL PROBLEMS
TOOL SELECTION
TOOL USE AND TOOL FITTINGS
REPAIR STANDS
HOME SHOP SETUP
WORK PROCEDURES AND SAFETY

Chapter 2 - Tires & Tubes

WHEEL REMOVAL
– Thru Axle Systems
REMOVAL OF TIRE & TUBE FROM RIM
INNER TUBE INSPECTION
– Cut at Valve Base
– Leaky Valve Core
– Large Shredded Hole
– Hole on Rim Strip Side of Tube
– Long Cut or Rip
– Single Puncture or Small Hole
– Double Slits
TIRE INSPECTION
RIM STRIP
INNER TUBE REPAIR
– Pre-Glued Patch Repair
– Inner Tube Repair with Self-Vulcanizing Patches
INNER TUBE SEALANTS
TIRE LINERS
TEMPORARY TIRE REPAIR WITH TIRE BOOT
INNER TUBE VALVES
TIRE & TUBE SIZING
INSTALLATION OF TIRE & TUBE ON WHEEL
TUBELESS TIRE SYSTEMS
– Tubeless Conversion Systems
WHEEL INSTALLATION
– Front Wheels with Disc Brakes and Open Dropouts
– Thru Axle Systems
– Solid Axle Types

Chapter 3 - Rear Sprockets

CASSETTE SPROCKET REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
FREEWHEEL SPROCKET REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
SINGLE-SPEED SPROCKET REMOVAL
SPROCKET INSPECTION & CLEANING
FIXED GEAR SPROCKETS

Chapter 4 - Hubs

HUB BEARING SERVICE FOR ADJUSTABLE CUP-AND-CONE TYPE
– Disassembly
– Parts Inspection
– Assembly
– Hub Adjustment
– Oversized Axle Service: Campagnolo® and Shimano®
– Hub Adjustment: Solid Axle Cup-and-Cone
FREEHUB REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
CARTRIDGE BEARING HUBS
– Freehub Bearings
– Assembly

Chapter 5 - Wheel Truing

WHEEL TRUING OVERVIEW
– Lateral True
– Radial True
– Rim Centering (Dish)
– Tension
TRUING PROCEDURES
– Lateral Truing
– Radial Truing
– Wheel Centering (Dishing)
– Spoke Tension
– Tension Relieving of Spokes
SPOKE TENSION BALANCE
BROKEN & DAMAGED SPOKE REPLACEMENT
WHEEL WEAR, DAMAGE, & REPAIR

Chapter 6 - Wheel building

SPOKES
HUB
RIM
SPOKE CROSS PATTERNS
WHEEL LACING
– First of Four Sets
– Second of Four Sets
– Third of Four Sets
– Fourth of Four Set
– Bring Wheel to Tension
WHEEL TO RIM TRANSFER

Chapter 7 - Cranksets

CRANK TYPES
CRANK REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
– Self-Extracting Crank Systems
– Three-Piece Cranks
– Two-Piece Compression Slotted Cranks
– Two-Piece Cranks Using Wave Washer
– Straight Spindle Cranks
– Stepped Spindle Cranks
– Two-Piece Crank: Preload Adjuster Ring
– Campagnolo® and Fulcrum® Ultra-Torque® Cranks
– Campagnolo® Power Torque® Cranks
– Specialized® S-Works® Cranks
BOTTOM BRACKET SYSTEM TYPES
– Threaded Standards
– Non-Threaded Standards
– PF41 (also known as BB86, BB89.5, BB92, BB107, BB121, BB132)
– BB90 and BB95
– PF42, BB30, BB30a
– PF46, PF30, PF30a
– 386EVO, 392EVO
– BBright®
BOTTOM BRACKET BEARING SERVICE FOR NON-THREADED SHELLS
– 30mm Spindle System Bearing Removal
– 28.99mm Spindle System (Dub™) Bearing Adaptor Removal
– 22/24 And 24mm Spindle System Bearing Adaptor Removal
– Press Fit Bearing Installation
– Press Fit Adaptors And Conversions
– Thread-Thru Bottom Brackets
– Campagnolo® Ultra-Torque® and Fulcrum® Bearings
– Campagnolo® Power Torque® Bearings
BOTTOM BRACKET BEARING SERVICE FOR THREADED SHELLS
– Threaded External Bearing Bottom Brackets for Two-Piece Cranks
– Threaded Cartridge Bottom Brackets for Three-Piece Cranks
– Threaded Adjustable Bottom Bracket Bearings
– Bottom Bracket Removal
– Bottom Bracket Installation
– Bottom Bracket Adjustment
CHAINRINGS
– Chainring Replacement with Mounting Arms
– Chainring Wear and Damage

Chapter 8 - Chains

CHAIN SIZING FOR DERAILLEUR BIKES
– Chain Sizing with Chain Retention System
– Chain Removal
NEW CHAIN INSTALLATION ON DERAILLEUR BIKES
– Shimano® Chains with Connecting Rivet
– Campagnolo® 11 and 12-speed Chains
– Setting or Peening of 11 or 12-Speed Coupling Rivet
– Chains with Quick Links
– Chains with Reusable Rivets
– Tight Link Repair
CHAIN SIZING AND TENSION ADJUSTMENT FOR TWO-SPROCKET BIKES
– Chain Length Sizing for Two-Sprocket Bikes
– Chain Tension for Two-Sprocket Bikes
– Chain Tension for Two-Sprocket Bikes With Chain Tension Idler Device
– Chain Tension for Eccentric Bottom Brackets on Tandems and Single-Speeds
CHAIN WEAR AND DAMAGE
CHAIN CLEANING
CHAIN LUBRICATION

Chapter 9 - Pedals

PEDAL REMOVAL
PEDAL INSTALLATION
DAMAGE TO CRANK PEDAL THREADS
PEDAL BEARING SERVICE

Chapter 10 - Derailleur Systems

CABLE SYSTEM
– Cable Housing Length and Routing
– Cable Lubrication
SHIFT LEVERS
– Flat Bar Trigger Shifters
– Twist Grip Shifters
– Above-the-Bar Shifters
– Drop Bar Integrated Brake / Shift Levers
– Down Tube Shifters
– Bar End Shifters
FRONT DERAILLEUR
– Derailleur Design
– Derailleur Cable Attachment
– Height Adjustment
– Rotational Adjustment
– Limit Screw Adjustment
– L-Limit Screw
– H-Limit Screw
– Front Index Adjustment: Three-Chainring Bikes
– Front Index Adjustment: Two-Chainring Bikes
– Shimano® Toggle Front Derailleurs
– Shimano® Long Arm Dual Cable Mount Front Derailleur
– Front Derailleur Performance
REAR DERAILLEUR
– Derailleur Capacity and Maximum Sprocket Size
– Derailleur Installation
– Derailleur Cable Attachment
– Limit Screw Adjustment
– H-Limit Screw
– Index Adjustment
– L-Limit Screw
– B-Screw Adjustment
– Clutch System Rear Derailleurs
CHAINLINE
DERAILLEUR HANGER ALIGNMENT & REPAIR
DERAILLEUR WEAR & SERVICE

Chapter 11 - Electronic Derailleur Systems

SHIMANO® DI2® ELECTRONIC INTELLIGENT SYSTEM
– Levers
– Battery
– Front Derailleur
– Rear Derailleur
– Di2® Crash Feature
SRAM® ETAP®
– Levers
– Batteries
– Front Derailleur
– Rear Derailleur
FSA® K-FORCE® WE®
– Levers
– Battery
– Front Derailleur
– Rear Derailleur

Chapter 12 - Internal Gear Systems

SRAM® DUALDRIVE™
SRAM® I-MOTION® 9
SHIMANO® NEXUS INTER-7®, NEXUS INTER-8®, & ALFINE® HUBS

Chapter 13 - Caliper Disc Brake Systems

CALIPER TYPES
BRAKE PADS
– Brake Pad Removal and Replacement
– Pad Installation
DISC BRAKE ROTORS
HYDRAULIC BRAKE SYSTEMS
– Hydraulic Brake Levers
– Hydraulic Brake Caliper Alignment
HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID SERVICE
– Shimano® Hydraulic Brakes
– Magura® Hydraulic Caliper Brakes
– Hayes® Hydraulic Caliper Brakes
– Hayes® Bleeding
– SRAM® and Avid® Hydraulic Caliper Brakes
– Tektro® Hydraulic Brakes
MECHANICAL DISC CALIPER SYSTEMS

Chapter 14 - Caliper Rim Brake Systems

BRAKE LEVERS
– Upright Handlebar Brake Levers
– Drop Bar Brake Levers
CABLE SYSTEM
– Cable Housing Length
– Cable Lubrication
CALIPER RIM BRAKES
– Brake Pads
– Brake Pad Alignment
– Vertical Height Alignment
– Tangential Alignment
– Vertical Face Alignment
– Pad Toe
– Linear Pull Caliper Adjustment
– Cantilever Caliper Adjustment
– Dual Pivot Caliper Adjustment
– Direct Mount Rim Calipers
– Side Pull Caliper Adjustment

Chapter 15 - Handlebars, Stems, Saddles, & Seatposts

UPRIGHT HANDLEBARS
– Bar Ends
– Bar Grips
DROP HANDLEBARS (ROAD BARS)
– Clip-On and Aero Handlebars
STEMS
– Quill Stems
– Threadless Stems
SADDLES
SEATPOST

Chapter 16 - Headsets

HEADSET TYPES
HEADSET SERVICE
– Threadless Headset Service
– Threadless Headset Adjustment
– Threaded Headset Service
– Threaded Headset Adjustment
HEADSET REPLACEMENT & INSTALLATION
– Headset Stack Height
– Pressed Headset Removal
– Pressed Headset Installation
– Fork Crown Race Installation
FORK STEERING COLUMN SIZING
– Threadless Steering Columns
– Star Nut and Compression Plug Installation
– Threaded Steering Columns

Chapter 17 - Frame & Fork

FRAME COMPONENTS
– Fork
– Head Tube
– Top Tube
– Down Tube
– Seat Tube
– Chain Stay
– Seat Stay
– Dropouts
– Bottom Bracket Shell
– Swing Arm
FRAME CONSTRUCTION & SERVICE
– Steel
– Aluminum
– Titanium
– Carbon Fiber

Chapter 18 - Suspension

SUSPENSION FORKS
SHOCKS (REAR SHOCKS)
SUSPENSION LINKAGES

Chapter 19 - On-Ride Repair

TOOL CHOICES
REPAIR PROCEDURES
– Flat Tire
– Cut or Ripped Tire
– Broken Spoke
– Dented Rim
– Broken Chains
– Chain Suck
– Twisted Chain
– Squeaky and Noisy Chain
– Rear Derailleur Shifting into the Spokes or Frame
– Derailleur Not Indexing Properly
– Broken Derailleur Body, Cage, or Hanger
– Missing Derailleur Pulleys
– Front Derailleur Cage Bent or Twisted
– Crank Falling Off
– Pedal Falling Off
– Bent Crank
– Bottom Bracket Loose or Falling Apart
– Broken Derailleur Cable
– Broken Brake Cable
– Twisted or Bent Handlebars or Stem
– Bent Frame or Fork
– Bent Saddle or Seat Post

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