Skyline Cycle

Skyline Cycle

834 Washington Boulevard, Ogden, UT 84404
Phone: (801) 394-7700 Fax: (801) 394-4076
Hours of Operation:
Mon - Fri: 10am to 6pm, Sat: 10am to 5pm
Sun: We're out riding!

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Tag: bike cleaning

Bike Class Tomorrow, Basic Maintenance

Sorry the post is a little late but tomorrow we will be covering and introduction to your bicycle and its parts as well as cleaning lubrication and patching a tube.  Class will begin at 9:00a.m. and will go until around 10:00a.m.  Come through the side doors in the parking lot as the front door will be locked.  See you all tomorrow.

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Bike Class, Repeat Of Basic Maintenance!

This will be a repeat of the first basic maintenance class taught in December for all those that may have missed it. Today we will cover a description of all the components and how a bicycle works.  We will then discuss how to clean, lube and inspect your bicycle to  keep it running well.  Class will begin at 9:00a.m. and will run for approximately one hour ending at 10:00a.m., plan on arriving a little early and come through the double doors and the North East side of the building.

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First Bike Class For The Season!

Just a quick reminder. Tomorrow is the first maintenance class in this class we will cover a description of all the components and how a bicycle works. We will then discuss how to clean, lube and inspect your bicycle to keep it running well. Class will begin at 9:00a.m. and will run for approximately one hour ending at 10:00a.m., plan on arriving a little early and come through the double doors and the North East side of the building.  We have also scheduled all the other classes through the end of the year, and will get the remainder of the class for next year up on the calendar soon.

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Saturday The 17th, Spin Classes Start, Bike Maintenance, More Framed Fat Bikes!

This Saturday the 17th we will start our spin classes for the year.  We will begin at 10:00a.m. and go until 11:00a.m..  This first session will be field test to determine where you are fitness wise so that work outs can be tailored to you.  Plan on arriving ten early to get changed and set up your bike.  Just like the bike classes come through back side doors out of the parking lot because the front door may still be locked.

Bike maintenance classes this week will be all about disc brakes.  We will start with mechanical disc brake identification, installation, pad wear ect. and then move into hydraulic disc brakes.  If we don't finish with hydraulic systems we will push back the next class and continue on next week until we are finished.

We will have two shipments of Framed Minnesota 2.0 models in various sizes arriving this week.  Bikes that have not been spoken for include two 16" Minnesota 2.0, two 18" Minnesota, and one 20" Minnesota 2.0.  They should start arriving mid week and we should have all that are available on the floor by Saturday.  Any questions give a call to 801-394-7700, of shoot an e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Thanks all.

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Bike Class. Cables, Housing, and Chains!!

This Saturday the 13th we will be going over cables, housing, and chains.  We will be discussing wear replacement and identification.  Check out the website for a complete description.  Class starts at 9:00a.m. and will go until 10:00a.m., come through the side doors at the back of the parking lot.  See you there.

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Bike Class And Spin Class Saturday February 1st

This Saturday we will continue with spin class and bike maintenance class.  Spin classes will be held at 10:00a.m. and again at 11:30a.m., if you would like a spot in either call ahead or send an email so we can reserve you a spot.

Basic maintenance will be the subject this Saturday. This will be a repeat of the first basic maintenance class taught in December for all those that may have missed it. This Saturday we will cover a description of all the components and how a bicycle works.  We will then discuss how to clean, lube and inspect your bicycle to  keep it running well. We will also remove wheels from the bike, remove a tire from the wheel and identify and patch a hole in the tube. Class will begin at 9:00a.m. and will run for approximately one hour ending at 10:00a.m., plan on arriving a little early and come through the double doors and the North East side of the building.

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Bike Class, Saturday December 14th

Last Saturday we went over basic maintenance of a bicycle in the bike class and despite a stinking snow storm we still had people here which was great.

This coming Saturday December 14th in bike class will be assessing, describing, removing and reinstalling cables and housing to both the derailleur and brake systems. We will also cover chain wear, removal, installation, and we will go over the use of master links. Class will begin at 9:00a.m. and will end around 10:00a.m.. Come through the double doors an the North East side of the building as the front door will remain locked so we can concentrate.

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Summer Basic Manitenance Class, June 30th

Usually I have only taught maintenance classes in the fall and winter but we have had so many requests that I will be teaching a basic maintenance class on June 30th at 9:00a.m.. We will go over how to remove a tire, patch a tube, and then reinstall a tube as well as general cleaning and lubrication of a bicycle.  This class will go for about an hour and will be followed by a period of time for questions.  If you have further questions about the class please send and e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or call 801-394-7700.  Look forward to seeing you all, Matt.

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