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    This is a thread to put all the little things that you do to your bike over the week that isn't worth making a new thread about.
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    repaired the brakes on the mountain bike , changed the brake pads over and gave the discs a clean

    gave the gears a bit of a tweak to get them changing smoothly
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    I have a $15k bike in the corner of the room with a flat tyre.

    Bloody screw right through the rear tyre on the weekend. I have to ride it tomorrow but damn i really need to put a new tyre on it.


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    bloody hell that is a prick , i got a pop rivet in the tyre of the commute bike , it had that slime it , i was wondering why the tyre went straight down , bit arse hole explained it
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    Always tinkering with the bikes since I got them. Aligned all the brake pads/shoes, got the saddle angle just right, indexed every gear perfectly (even set the tension on the B screw). Coming from a car background, they're so easy to work on.

    Also upgraded my girlfriend's bike as she was complaining about wrist pain. Got her a 29er with head stem extender, bar ends and a wider seat fixed the issue. Now that she actually enjoys riding the bike, she comes on rides way more often.


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    Pumped the tyres up yesterday and charged the lights on it.

    It's a new bike so don't have to do too much to it.

    Want to get some paint and a small spray gun and paint it
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    After going for a long distance with my brother on hills, there occurred some issues with my bike, and I maintained my bike by giving it greece and working with gears.


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