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    Revolution Cycles in Arlington is hiring part and full time mechanics and sales associates. If you have a passion for riding and/or tinkering, we want to hear from you! Please email HR@RevolutionCycles.com to express your interest. Don't have experience? Don't self select out! We have an excellent training program to bring new sales and tech hires up to speed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolutionCycles View Post
    Revolution Cycles in Arlington is hiring part and full time mechanics and sales associates. If you have a passion for riding and/or tinkering, we want to hear from you! Please email HR@RevolutionCycles.com to express your interest. Don't have experience? Don't self select out! We have an excellent training program to bring new sales and tech hires up to speed!
    You can also get a discount by being a WABA or LAB member. Less training required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve O View Post
    You can also get a discount by being a WABA or LAB member. Less training required.
    True. Although if they actually taught me how to properly tinker with various bikes, I would consider it part-time after my normal bills-paying job. I've always wondered why those types of shops don't offer some form of apprenticeship. Sign some liability wavers and become free labor in return for learning how to perform bike maintenance. Seems plausable enough to me. I mean, you can pay a few hundred bucks to take the class and if you don't do everything several dozen times, then promptly forget it.

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