Cytech technical three

Cytech technical three is designed for advanced cycle mechanics with strong technical knowledge and experience working on high-end bicycles and equipment.


Cytech technical three is the highest attainable qualification in professional cycle maintenance in Australia.  

Course structure and delivery 

​The Cytech technical three qualification is delivered in a modular format to allow businesses and candidates the option to choose specific training relevant to the products they are working on.

Technical three consists of five modules split into three core and two additional modules.


To obtain a full Cytech technical three qualification you need to complete all of the core modules plus one of the additional modules, however individual modules can be taken separately if required.


The modules are as follows:

Core modules:

  • Hydraulics (brakes)

  • Suspension

  • Advanced wheel building


Additional modules:

  • Electronic gear systems

  • Tubular and tubeless tyre installation


Who is Technical three for? 

All the Technical three modules are designed for experienced cycle mechanics with a strong working knowledge of the cycle industry. Candidates should ideally be qualified to at least Cytech technical two.

It is reasonably expected that candidates gain future experience after and on top of these modules (gained in the workplace and from manufacturer training courses), due to the vast nature of brand specific products and the continuous changes and developments that are being made within the industry.

How much does this course cost?


The Cytech technical three training and assessment course and its individual modules are available to both cycle shop employees and members of the public.


Contact the BIA for course costs:

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