Bicycles/Maintenance and Repair
Bicycles throughout the world are made with standardized, interchangeable parts. Unlike many modern products, the technology used in bicycles is simple enough to allow many riders to repair their own vehicles with a minimum of effort.
For any cyclist, bicycle maintenance is a particularly useful skillset to acquire. Every skill learned in this area—no matter how simple or complex—can aid in keeping your bike in good working order, save you money, and make the difference between pushing your bike home or riding it.
- Bottom brackets
- Cables and Housings
- Cleaning parts
- Freewheels & cassettes
- Gear-changing Dimensions: Tables with gear shifting data.
- Handlebars & stems
- Maintenance schedules
- Saddles & seatposts
- Rapidfire shifter lubrication – (i.e. Shimano A20)
- SRAM Gripshift 3.0 'comp' Cable Replacement
- Tools & supplies
- Wheels & Tires
- Fixing a flat (AKA a puncture)
- Inflating Tires
- Truing a wheel (adjusting rims so that they don't appear to wobble as the wheels spin)
- Fitting and Repair for Tubeless Ready Tyre on to Tubeless Ready Rim