Cyclists have another chance next weekend to get their bikes into tip-top condition thanks to Bonhill-Dalmonach Community Council.

The community group is holding the second of its Dr Bike cycle maintenance event on Saturday, June 15 at Bonhill Bridge beside the old police box at the historic Ferry Steps.

So, if your brakes are dodgy and your wheels are prone to the occasional wobble, go along and help will be on hand to fix things.

Organisers are hoping to replicate the success of the first maintenance event last month when 22 bikes were serviced.

There will be two gazebos, each with a fully trained bicycle mechanic who will check your bike over free of charge and make any necessary mechanical adjustments to keep it running in tip-top condition. Owners will be advised if there are any worn components, and while some spares can be provided on the day, major repairs cannot be carried out due to time constraints.

The community council hopes the event will attract people who would like to use their bike more, but are deterred because of mechanical problems.

It is also hoped the event will inspire more young people to start riding to school in the morning, or using their bikes during their leisure time .

The will run from 11am to 4 pm.

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For successive events, the community council will be consulting about the provision of adult cycling classes, led rides by experienced cyclists, and e-bike evaluations.