grease

Always a good idea to have a good tube of grease around. Grease should be applied to things like hub bearings, headset bearings, bottom bracket bearings and should be applied to threaded surfaces, such as pedals and thread on hubs.

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Fix Noisy Road Cycling Shoes with Cleats

Cleat squeaks can come from a number of different sources such as the cleat to shoe interface, the cleat to pedal interface, or from the binding mechanism housed in either the pedal or cleat. We'...

Part pedals
Tools grease
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Clean a Bike Chain

Cleaning your chain is an essential part of bike maintenance that a lot of people neglect. Cleaning it will save you a lot of money in the long run and will make your bike run better. It will save...

Part chain
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Install a Hope Technology Press Fit Bottom Bracket

How to fit a press fit bottom bracket:

First, make sure all surfaces and edges are clean. Apply a small film of grease where the shells will slide in.

Take the tool, making sure you...

Company: Hope
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Overhaul Cup and Cone Hub Bearings on Bike Wheels

Overhauling and Adjusting Cup and Cone Hubs:

Many wheels run on sealed bearing hubs these days, but there are many good cup and cone hubs worth maintaining.

A cone wrench and a...

Part hubs
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Install An External Cup Headset Without A Press

How to install an external cup bike headset without a press:

To do this project at home you will need bike grease, a piece of wood or something similar, and a hammer. The reason for using a...

Tools greasehammer
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Rotafix (tighten/loosen) a Fixed Gear Cog without Chain Whip

How to Rotafix:

Rotafix is a technique for tightening or loosening a cog without a chain whip.

Why Roafix? Because standard chain whips do not fit 1/8” cogs, and you get the...

Tools greaserag
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Inspect, Remove, and Install a Cassette

How to remove and install your cassette:

For this job you will need the appropriate cassette lock ring removal tool, an adjustable crescent wrench, and a chain whip.

Equipment check...

Part cassette
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Check and Adjust a Front Derailleur

How to adjust a front derailleur:

Before you adjust your front derailleur, make sure that the rear one is working properly. For this job, all you will need is a 5mm allen wrench, a phillips...

Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Check and Adjust a Rear Derailleur

How to adjust your rear derailleur:

What does your rear derailleur actually do? It is responsible for moving your chain from one cog to the next. It does this by pushing or pulling the...

Type: Repair Tutorial
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Rebuild RaceFace Atlas Bike Pedals

Not only are RaceFace Atlas pedals incredibly easy to rebuild, but also really tough and light.

The first step is to use a 3mm allen to remove the spare pin form the end of the axle. Then,...

Company: Race Face
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Install FSA Handlebar and Stem

FSA Stem & Handlebar Installation: 

For this you will need a 4mm allen key and a torque wrench. Slide the FSA stem on to the fork steerer tube. Ensure that both threads have a light layer...

Company: FSA
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Install and Maintain FSA MegaExo Crankset

FSA Road Alloy MegaExo Crankset installation:

You will need the following tools: FSA MegaExo BB Cup Tool, torque wrench, FSA MegaExo Socket Tool, grease, and a 4mm & 5mm allen key....

Company: FSA
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Install a Cane Creek Threadless Headset

The headset is a small, yet critical component that is often overlooked. In this video you’ll see how to service, adjust, and install your thread less headset.

For this, you will need a...

Company: Cane Creek
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Stop External Bottom Bracket Creaks and Remove Cranks

Taking off crank and eliminating creaks:

This video will deal with external bottom bracket styles. You will need a chain breaker, bottom bracket puller, 8mm allen, 4-5-6 mm allen, a...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How To Fit A Press Fit BB

How to press fit your bottom bracket:

Apply Grease to Bottom Bracket Shell Before Installing

Make sure all surfaces are nice and clean, then apply a...

Company: Hope
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Mounting of CeramicSpeed with BB30 Bottom Brackets and Tool

CeramicSpeed bearings are hand made in Denmark from the finest quality components and special CeramicSpeed balls. Each part is designed to have the lowest friction possible and the longest...

Company: CeramicSpeed
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Installing Press Fit Ceramic Bearings in BB95 Bottom Bracket

Installation of Press-Fit bottom bracket ceramic bearings on a 2011 Gary Fisher Superfly 100 Elite.
Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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DIY How to Tighten Loose Water Bottle Bosses/Rive-nuts

“I have an old CAAD 6 road frame and the lower water bottle boss on the down tube has come loose. Do you have any tips to fix it?”

Water bottle bosses are also known as rive-nuts, and they...

Part frame
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Install Campagnolo Over Torque (BB30) Bottom Bracket and Cranks

In this video, we're going to show you how to fit a Campagnolo over torque bottom bracket and change set. The over torque bottom bracket is a standard BB 30 press fit. To do this job, you'll need...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Cut, Trim, & Lubricate Brake and Shift Housing and Cables

Your brake and shift cables connect you to your brakes and derailleurs, and are what you use to tell you brakes and derailleurs what you want them to do. Most cables are open to...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial

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