This popped up on my LinkedIn feed yesterday:
And from their website:
It's all in French, but Cycles Victoire are now offering professional frame building courses at their workshop in Beaumont, Clermont-Ferrand (about two hours west from Lyon), in France.
"This training will take place in Beaumont from February 6th for a duration of approximately 575 hours. In a brand new workshop fully equipped with the best tools, the ten trainees will be able to understand all the stages of manufacturing a steel frame and fork, supervised by the team of Victoire frame builders"
I'm guessing 575 hours works out about 4 months.
"Are you interested in training? If so, don't hesitate to send us your CV and cover letter now. The selection will be made by choice, so be imaginative to prove to us your determination. Visit the Victoire website for additional information and to submit an application via our contact form."
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