At the shop, the service department sees many types of bikes. Road and triathlon, yes, but we also get the occasional cruiser and mountain bike. Our mechanics are trained to fix and service every type of bike (yes, even unicycles). One thing that remains constant however, is that a clean bike is a happy bike. Keeping your bike clean isn’t just a matter of aesthetics, especially when talking about the drivetrain (chain, front chainrings, and cassette). Your bike will run better and your drivetrain parts will last longer if they’re kept clean.
Here is a basic overview on drivetrain cleaning. Check out our website for the dirty details on cleaning your drivetrain.
- Repair stand, or way to suspend the bike
- Disposable Gloves
- Small Screwdriver
- Chain-Cleaner tool
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