Amazing Bike Repair Video’s – Easy To Follow Bike Mechanic Course…

Bike Repairs

 Don’t Pay Your Bike Mechanic Another Dollar!

My name is Ian, I’ve recently bought a bicycle repair video course, and I’m loving it!

This is my review of DIY Bike Repair Videos.

Instead of struggling with books and manuals this course is a collection of videos covering every aspect of  “how to repair a bicycle”.

It is quite extensive as it includes professional guides for mountain bikes, road bikes, and racing bikes.

Bicycle Repair Videos

I found it a complete course, far more detailed than I expected, the videos cover everything you will ever need to know … How to tune up your bicycle. [or rebuild it]

For me, the mountain bike maintenance section is GOLD!

This is where I required the most help, and it delivers.

Being confident enough now to do my own bike maintenance is very cool!

In the past, I’ve given up far too much money to my bike mechanic? – Not anymore, these videos are now saving me money!

Bike Mechanic School.

Not all of us have the time or money to attend a bike mechanic school full time.

Though most of us do need to see our lessons and have them explained by an experienced teacher, rather than follow complex instructions in a bike manual.

This makes this video course perfect to learn from, they are all quality well-explained video’s, they don’t bounce from one point to another too quickly.

Just like you would expect to find in bike mechanic classes… the professional tutor is excellent and easy to understand.

Every aspect of bike maintenance is clearly explained from simple procedures required to adjust your Mtb brakes through to detailed guides on complex suspension rebuilds.

I doubt any bicycle repair school could do a better job.

Bike Repairs DIY.

In the past I have struggled with derailleur adjustments, the training video made it look simple –  it is simple now!  For many years I put up with my gear changes hesitating, jumping a gear or dropping completely off the front cog – normally as I change down for a steep climb… at the time my track-side adjustments made things worse or partially fixed the issues so for most rides, I learned to ride with noisy gears. I also perfected “a slick double click” gear change to force the chain to the cog I wanted…

It’s a bit embarrassing now when I look back, but until I watched the video a couple of times I simply dreaded adjusting my mountain bike gears.

Rear Derailleur Adjustment

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Now I can’t wait to tweak those limit screws even when my gears change perfectly if I feel a little hesitation or chain noise, I fix it!

Bike Mechanic

The Bike Mechanic behind these “do it yourself videos”  is Dave Delgado. He created the bicycle maintenance course, as well, he is a professional bike designer, he also contributes to various biking magazines and other cycling publications regularly.

His broad range of bike experience will be obvious as soon as you view the first training video.

Bicycle Repair Manual.

1. Over 200 step-by-step videos
2. Hundreds of pages of bike repair manuals
3. TuneUp Secrets and Bike Upkeep Tips Book
4. Complete Bike Repair and Bicycle Service Manuals
5. Free Lifetime Course Updates
6. Free One-On-One Bicycle Repairs Training (limited spots!)
7. A DVD containing all the Bicycle Course Videos and Books

How To Tune Up A Bike?

The easy to follow videos in Dave’s online course cover everything you will need to know how to fix your bicycle.

Whether you need a simple tune-up or a complete rebuild this course will guide you through it.

What really impressed me is the all-inclusive nature of the training course which comprises of videos and manuals.

It makes things a lot easier when you can see someone explaining concepts to you… but if you want to read about it as well you can do that too.

DIY Bicycle Repair Course

That’s not all… Dave offers great bonuses.

I also took advantage of the bonuses that are included in the offer.

The extra manuals are well worth the original price.

Money Back Guarantee!

The 60-day money back guarantee made it a no-risk purchase!

This was the deal closer for me.

I always look for the refund policy before buying anything online.

60 days, No Questions Asked, with 100% of your money back…

It is far better than the normal 30-day refund policy!

What some people won’t like?

The regular edition has only a small section covering racing bikes.

The vast majority of the online video training covers mountain and road biking (which is very extensive!).

If you want comprehensive coverage of racing bike maintenance, you would need to get the VIP deluxe edition.

Would I Recommend It?

Absolutely. This is by far the most comprehensive course available for do it yourself  repairs and bike maintenance. Other courses are limited in scope and often the good ones are only available in book format. Dave’s DIY Bike Repair Course  goes the extra mile in providing step-by-step videos on top of fully illustrated books.

Normally it sells for over $120 they have slashed the regular price so today you can buy it for $47.00 … for a limited time.

Bicycle Repair Video Course
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I’m told the price is going back up after a certain number of sales.

So if you’re at all interested, now is the time to buy this!

60 day refund policy

Bike Repair Video Course



About the Author Ian

Ian is the Chief Editor here at OnlineBikesShop, a reformed Cycle Traveler... now a dedicated stay-at-home dad of a very active 5 yr old, a keen mountain biker with a passion for all types of bikes, the outdoors, and keeping fit...


I need to fix the rims on my tricycle,are all bends.

okere918 says

Hi Manuel, I’m sure this bike repair course covers rebuilding bent rims…give it a try

vedant says


my bike back side tube is spoil were to repair or wht happen dont know how to repair. please help me to do


okere918 says

Hi Vedent,
If you need to repair your bicycle tube then watch this video…

Jake says

What is the best upright exeicrse bike for a tall person?I was wondering if there are any upright exeicrse bikes on the market suitable for tall people. I am 6’2 and 200lbs.I have tried out a Schwinn 140 in a nearby sports store but my knees just about hit the handlebars. The only bike in the store that was a good fit was a ProForm but I’ve read bad reviews about those.I don’t have an outdoor bike and don’t want a recumbent exeicrse bike. Any advise would be much appreciated.

MARK D says

Is there an online version of this course offered? Do not own a cd drive.

Ian says

Hi, Mark, All videos are viewable via streaming or downloads. The good thing about this is that you can have instant access, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You can also download the videos and watch it anytime on your computer.

Hope this helps.

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