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Tips For Buying A Used Or Second-hand Road Bike

– If you’re buying a bike, then buying used is a great way to save money and make your budget go further. So in this video, we’re going to give you a guide as to what to look for so that you can avoid getting a clunker and make sure you get a good deal. […]

How to Pick Bicycle Parts & Accessories : Bicycle Racks & Bags Tips

How to Pick Bicycle Parts & Accessories : Bicycle Racks & Bags Tips

A good accessory for a bike that is getting used for general use is a rear rack. Without it, it becomes a lot more difficult carrying stuff. Riding with a backpack isn’t the greatest thing in the world so th4ere are a lot of features that a rear rack can afford you that if you […]

Set Up And Adjust A Clipless Bike Pedal

Set Up And Adjust A Clipless Bike Pedal

Identify the adjusting bolts. There is one for each foot position. A set of double-sided pedals have four adjustment bolts. Equalise the tension on all bolts on the clipless pedal by screwing to the low – anti-clockwise – limit. Don’t force them past the limit. You will feel defined steps every quarter turn. Test the […]

Bicycle Wheel Building : How to Tension a Bicycle Wheel

I would call this part of the process the secondary tensioning, we’re bringing the wheel up to a working tension, and we’ll make our final tension adjustments from there. Again using the spoke driver, we’re going to start at the valve hole, it’s easy to find, because we’ve got our labels all lined up, and […]

How to Pick Bicycle Parts & Accessories : Bicycle Pedal Shoe Tips & Advice

Shoes that go with pedal systems for today’s bikes kind of are an important choice to make depending on the use you want to use. People commuting and who are going on more recreational rides where they may be mounting and dismounting, would probably prefer a shoe that is a recessed cleat. In other words, […]

Motorcycle Bottom End Rebuild | Part 2 of 3: Crank & Bearings

This is Part 2 of the Split Cases, Crank and Crank Bearing Replacement Video. Please refer to Part 1 for the previous dis-assembly. Using the Tusk Case Splitter. We’re going to go ahead and put this on the ignition side. And there’s a couple important things to remember with this tool. First of all it […]

Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen

BROWN SHOES. GET YOUR BIKE TUNED UP AND READY FOR ITS NEXT ADVENTURE. DEUCE MASON IS LIVE AND SACRAMENTO AND YOU HAVE THE PLACE FOR US TO GO. YES GOOD MORNING. AFTER MY WORKOUT I THINK I’M OKAY NOW. I’VE TRIED OFF BUT I AM NOW THE SACRAMENTO BIKE KITCHEN AND THIS PLACE IS AWESOME. […]

12 Common Bike Maintenance Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

– Whilst maintaining your mountain bike is actually fairly straightforward, it could be really easy to get a few things wrong. Especially if you rush something, if you don’t quite know what you’re doing, or if you just take a chance on something and don’t do your research. So here are some classic mountain bike […]

Bret’s Adventure Motorcycle Tool Kit

Bret’s Adventure Motorcycle Tool Kit

today we’re going to talk about the tools I carry on my motorcycle welcome to my day job this is classroom for Puget Sound safety by day I’m an instructor by night I’m a YouTube sensation I’m gonna share with you what I carry in my toolkit on my 2008 1200 GS BMW so this […]

How to install a new motorcycle chain and how to rivet the master link

How to install a new motorcycle chain and how to rivet the master link

Hi, I’m Dave and welcome to the CayonChasers Garage. Replacing the chain isn’t as difficult as you would think. Plus, if you replace your chain soon enough you can typically get away with two chains to one set of quality steel sprockets. But, if you let your chain get too rough it can actually damage […]