Maintenance

Inspecting Your Bike

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The ABC's: Air, Brakes, Chains

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101 Bike Maintenance
Tips Every Cyclist Should Know

YOUR GUIDE TO A LONGER LIFE FOR YOUR BICYCLE AND GEAR

  1. Never loan tools to friends.

  2. If it's threaded, grease it.

  3. You can't properly  adjust a bicycle that is dirty and not lubricated.

  4. Perfect the art of changing a flat. No excuses.

  5. Nylon tire levers are better than metal ones.

  6. Measure twice, then cut. This especially goes for steerer tubes and integrated seatposts.

  7. When disassembling something, keep track of the order in which you remove parts. It takes the mystery out of putting it back together.

  8. Check tire pressure before every ride, especially if you're running tubeless.

  9. The three most important tools to have on a ride: a multitool with a

A Simple Bike Maintenance Chart

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