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Whether you cycle for fun, fitness or transportation, this is the ultimate guide to maintaining, servicing and repairing your bike.
Knowing how your bike works in essential for anyone who rides one. Maybe you only ride when the sun is shining, or perhaps you rely on your bicycle to get you from points A to B no matter how bad the weather - in either case any time spent in the saddle will result in wear and tear to your bike.
This book will give you the knowledge you need to maintain your bicycle and is an invaluable tool for anyone who rides a bike - whether you are new to bicycling or a seasoned cyclist.
• Learn how your bicycle works and how to keep it in top working order.
• Detailed step-by-step photos help you get repairs right the first time.
• Troubleshooting sections allow quick identification and correction of common bike maintenance problems.
• packed with essential tips and tricks to help you keep your bike on the road or the trail.
Having just had a bad episode while building a kitset bike, I can really appreciate a reference book like this. With comprehensive coverage of every part of road and mountain bikes, plus a range of optional parts that you may have purchased that are non-factory-standard. The details are down to the individual components, screws, threaded rings, bearings, you name it, it's covered.
Complete with helpful tips and tricks to keep your bike in top-notch performance, how to minimise wear and tear and the chances of accidental or incidental damage, this really does cover all the bases. Little things, like slipping a small section of inner-tube over the bearings where your front forks pass through the frame, to prevent mud and grime seeping in and abrading the bearings themselves... just one of the many useful little tidbits scattered throughout.
Overall, if you have ANY interest in bicycling, and your bike is worth more than a McD's happy meal, you really would be well advised to buy this book, as it could easily save you spending hundreds to a bike workshop to do the little things you can easily do yourself with this at hand.
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