how they can easily improve how their bikes ride and perform. I suppose I take this knowledge for granted, having
put it to use for over 20 years now. I wanted to do something a bit different for me. I wanted to reach out to more people.
So I decided to share my skills with the cycling public by producing a series of simple video tutorials. The title is
22 Brilliant Tips for the Home Bike Mechanic, Quickly improve your tune-ups, satisfy your clients and make more money.
I hope it's not too wordy. But you know, I believe it encapsulates the complete flavour of what I am trying
I built a quick sales page and started to plan out how I will approach the project from production to editing and marketing. So many different areas that need to be methodically worked on, so that the project as a whole serves the needs of the end user.
Even though mistakes and goofs are bound to happen, as long as the information comes across in the right way and the buyers feel that they are receiving valuable and actionable information, I'm fine with that.
So if you are a home mechanic, or even a shop mechanic working store hours, maybe you might be interested in the
tutorials offered by this veteran mechanic. If you have any suggestions as well, I'd love to hear them. Don't be afraid to leave a comment. We're all friends here.
Thanks again for visiting.