London’s Cycle Systems Academy has begun tutoring Campagnolo EPS specific courses.
As the UK’s only certified Campagnolo EPS course, the module is said to be the “highest level currently achievable short of spending an internship at the Campagnolo factory itself," according to Cycle Systems director Sean Lally.
He added: “With equipment constantly updating it can be difficult for a mechanic to be right up to date with the latest technologies in the market. With this qualification, students will only be working on the very latest kit from the factory.”
Students will be shown how to install and remove the groupsets, set up the different types of EPS group and be shown how to troubleshoot and diagnose any issues.
With spaces now available on a course beginning on September 25th, dealers and mechanics are encouraged to get in touch to secure a place early.
As an additional bonus to stores whose staff members achieve the accreditation, the business details will be passed to both Campagnolo and to the relevant importers and wholesalers. The accredited stores will then be given access to the EPS product and all EPS systems that they fit and maintain will be covered under the terms of Campagnolo’s warranty.
To be considered for the course, students should be qualified to a Level Three Diploma in Cycle Maintenance and possess mechanical experience in the field. However, those without this qualification will be accepted if they have considerable advanced road bike experience.
The course is a one-day intensive run by expert Campagnolo accredited and approved tutors and costs £200 + VAT which includes a Cycle Systems Certification and a Campagnolo accredited certificate.
Please call Sean Lally at Cycle Systems Academy on 020 7608 2577 for more details and to book your place.