Whether you're out for a spin or racing for your next personal record, don't let your equipment slow you down. Regular care and maintenance of your bike can save you time, money and frustration in the long run. Here's how to keep your bike running its best.
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Here's one to print out and thumbtack next to your repair stand--a list of things you need to go over on your bike to ensure a safe, well-cleaned and well-oiled machine.
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