Walking in bike shoes sucks, so buy this book! Have you ever broken your bike out on the trail? Did you have the skills and insight to fix it, or did you have to walk out? Learn how to deal with almost any bike component breaking, and how to perform basic maintenance. An easy read, this book is perfect for any mountain biker looking for the inspiration that could make the difference between finishing a ride and starting a hike. Learn how to mend broken brake and gear cables, squeaky and misaligned brake pads, bent rims, punctures, torn tires, wobbly hubs, poor shifting, broken chains, broken handlebars and saddles. Find out what common items you can use as tools and repair components in an emergency, and learn how to keep your bike from breaking in the first place. This book accompanies the BikeBooBoos.com web site.Puncture. a. regular. tires. This repair assumes you are patching your tube. Use regular tire repair patches and glue. The peel-and-stick patches dona#39;t conform well to the shape of tubes and tend to come unstuck as the tube is re-inflated insideanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Little Book of Bike Boo Boos - How to Fix Your Mountain Bike When You Are Miles from Civilization|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2008-04-30|