Programs: BAM - Bicycle Assembly and Maintenance

Next cohort starts December 6th

If you love to ride, want to build a career as a qualified bike mechanic, or just want to learn more about your bike, The Learning Enrichment Foundation’s Bicycle Assembly and Maintenance (BAM) program is your path to a growing and thriving industry.

In February 2009, LEF launched our own bicycle shop and training program with support from Rob and Ted White of Outdoor Gear Canada, volunteers, and the bicycle industry. The program began out of the industry’s growing need for skilled bike mechanics. We now have one of the largest bicycle repair shops in Canada and a one-of-a-kind program.

The BAM program is the first course of its kind recognized by the Canadian bicycle industry. The eight-week program is certified and supported by the Bicycle Trade Association of Canada as well as approved under the ‘Private Career Colleges Act, 2005’ . There is also growing support from industry and retail businesses that include, Norco Canada, Outdoor Gear Canada, Chain Reaction Bikes, Dukes Cycle and Z&M Cycles, just to name a few.

The program provides mechanical theory and opportunities to hone your skills as you rebuild and assemble new and used bicycles, which are then made available for sale. Upon successful completion of the seven-week course, you begin a one-week placement working in a bicycle shop.

The following certificates are issued upon achieving a passing mark:

  • First Aid
  • Health & Safety
  • Bicycle Assembly and Maintenance


  • Please contact us at 416-760-2551 for the starting dates and fees
  • Flexible financing options are available
  • Visit the “Contact Us” tab on the navigation menu for our address and directions

Mt. Dennis Community Bike Hub Project

We want to hear from you!

The Learning Enrichment foundation is planning to launch a Community Bike Hub in the Mt. Dennis area. The Bike Hub will be a community space for residents to come together to learn about bike culture, gain bike repair skills, and participate in community events and workshops, and more!

This survey will help us understand what members of the Mt. Dennis community would like to see in their Bike Hub. 


Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or comments at

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