If you wince at the thought of a flat tire or dread the day you're faced with putting a chain back on its derailleur, this is your kind of repair book. The Roadside Guide to Bike Repairs is exactly what its name implies - an easy to use and easy to carry guide to repair problems that can suddenly confront any biker. â€¨â€¨ Clear, detailed drawings and simple instructions help you pinpoint your problem and show you how to solve it, step-by-step. There's a list of tools you should carry, a set of instruction on how to use them and discussion on how not to use them, the author even includes a section on catalogues and mail order suppliers and tells you how to get the best possible equipment for the least amount of money. Table of Contents 1 - TOOLS 2 - SADDLE Height Tilt Forward & Backward Movement Side-To-Side Movement 3 - HANDLEBARS AND HEADSETS Loose Bars Loose Brake Lever New Bar Tape Bars Difficult To Turn From Side To Side Raising And Lowering The Bars 4 - WHEELS Flats Wheel Alignment Broken Spokes Wheel Bearing Maintenance Freewheel Removal 5 - CRANK ASSEMBLIES Cotterless Cotterpin 6 - PEDALS 7- BRAKES Cable Adjustment Cable Replacement Brake Pads 8 - DERAILLEURS Rear Derailleur Front Derailleur 9 - CHAINS 10 - ACCESSORY ATTACHMENTS Fenders Racks Flag Generator Light Toe Clips And Straps Kickstand Water Bottles Appendix Bicycle Mail Order Catalo
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|Size: ||10.9 MB|
|Publisher: ||Ross Books|
|Date published: ||Oct 2010|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|