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How to remove your crankset. (Picture Tutorial)

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Like the rear cassette, sometimes you may need to remove your crankset, to replace, clean or gain access to your bottom bracket or bearings. Follow our 3 step guide to see just how easy it is to replace! What you will need: Crank puller (It is likely you will NOT be able to complete the removal without this!) Allen Key (Normally 8mm) ... Read More »

How to remove your chain.

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Every so often you are going to want to change your chain, as they wear over time and become less effective. Follow our 3 step guide to easily remove and replace your chain! What you will need. New chain Link removal tool Step 1. Place chain link remover tool onto the chain, and line up with one of the rivets ... Read More »

How to replace/clean your rear cassette.

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Sometimes you will want to clean your rear sprocket, degrease it and put it back on, other times you may want to replace them for a better ratio. Either way, you’ll need to know how to get them off. Follow our 4 step guide for a stress free change! What you will need. Chainwhip Locking tool Spanner (If your locking ... Read More »

Tire and inner tube change (picture tutorial)

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We, as cyclists, will all experience the dreaded puncture from time to time so it is important to familiarise yourself with how to change your inner tubes in case of puncture, and your tire if needs be. Follow our 7 step guide to a relatively drama free tire and inner tube change! What you will need. A new tire (correct ... Read More »

Replace that old nasty bar tape. (Drop bar picture tutorial)

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Are you tired of looking at your worn, dirty, old bar tape? Follow our 6 easy steps to change it and make it look like new again. What you will need. New bar tape (Amazon are good for this) Scissors Electrical Tape (Black Ideally, but any will do) Patience! Step 1 Fold up the brake hoods and remove the old ... Read More »