New answers tagged preventative-maintenance
Pay attention when buying brake pads. For me, salmon Kool Stops have worked for winter commuting. The things to look for are some kind of plow-like design that directs mud away instead of packing it between pad and rim and rubber compound that does not embed debris easily. The latter is hard to find by just looking :)
Option 1: Mid-race bike change Many cyclocross riders switch bikes mid-race due to build-up of mud and debris and the dirt emulsion which accumulates on braking surfaces. Ideally you would have an assistant to supervise your belongings in the pit/service area and rinse the bike you've returned to prepare it for another bike change later in the race. Option ...
On the bike you have, just keep the chain oiled and the brakes tight. There is no point in bothering to service anything else, as regardless of what you do it will just drop off one fine day. In any case, single speed commuters don't need much maintenance. The bike has really poor build quality. Go to your bike shop to get stuff fixed when you have real ...
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