Today we're going to give you a quick rundown of bike maintenance. The first thing we're going to start off with is a basic one. If you clean your bike, it really makes the bike last a lot longer.
When, like the grime, the dirt builds up, whether it's steering or paddling if it's on your chain. If It grinds and wears stuff down and it causes a lot of noise and premature wear.
So if you wash your bike every once in a while, it'll go a long way and you can spray it off with the hose.
It's sealed, the bearing doesn't use a high-pressure washer. Cause you don't want the water to get into the sealed bearings, but you can rinse it off, dry it off. It should be fine to do that every once in a while.
You aren’t got to do it every day or every week, but you know, keep it somewhat clean and while you're cleaning it.
Goes to my second point, you want to check the bike for any kind of like cracks or damage, you know, forks tend to crack around this area possible dropouts, or, you know, the frame can crack. These are the cult sect ICV, two forks. They're pretty tough. This is an idle frame. It's super strong too, but. Nothing lasts forever.
If you're a hard rider, you should probably replace this stuff. At least every two years, maybe a year. If you're a really hard rider, you like to bale a lot and your bike goes bouncing across the park.
If it has a lifetime guarantee or something, it will still break, and eventually, you probably want to replace it before you lose all your teeth or smash your face.
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