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CABS to Introduce Online Sales Process Training for Bicycle Shops

The Sales Process for Bicycle Shops For a retail business to be successful, a sales teams needs to be more than just a customer processor. As a result, the Central Alberta Bicycle School is developing the online “Sales Process for Bicycle Shops” sales training program. “The sales process course will be offered through our Learning…
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Head Tube and Set Bearings

Methodology: A key to a more efficient bicycle shop service center

Being thorough does not always come with practice. Even seasoned bicycle mechanics make mistakes. Mistakes that can translate into customer injury, low customer satisfaction ratings, higher insurance costs, lower client traffic and ultimately reduced revenue. Organizational theory argues that to be efficient it requires service management to make decisions, yet this same management can impede…
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Barnett's Manual

Important Notice on Textbook Sourcing: QBP buys the BBI, Publisher of the Barnett’s Manual

CABS decides not to change recommended textbooks Although the publisher of the Barnett’s Manual was purchased in August, CABS will not change the recommended resource for students. “The Barnett Bicycle Institute was bought by Quality Bicycle Products,” stated Instructor Brian Hahn, “however we will still recommend that text for our courses.” BBI’s online store is…
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Central Alberta Bicycle School gives a nod to BikeCAD Pro

New workshop introduces students to the bicycle frame designing software, BikeCAD Pro CABS the hands-on bicycle mechanic school located in Millet, Alberta has announced a course using BikeCAD Pro, the bicycle designing software. “Fitting riders to the perfect bicycle is an important service bicycle mechanics can provide riders.” said Brian Hahn, instructor at the Central…
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CABS Standard Introduced for Bicycle Mechanics

In Canada, bicycle mechanics have not been formalized. Provincial or the Federal government have yet to interfered in the cycling industry through regulations. This fact alone is a credit to bicycle suppliers, retailers and service centres. That’s because a high level of self regulation is practiced. This is due, in part, to the pride many…
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