Why You Need A Stand For Your Bike

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If you’re an avid cyclist, you know how important it is to keep your bike in good condition. One of the key factors in maintaining your bike’s longevity is proper storage. And that’s where bike stands come into play. First and foremost, a bike stand is an essential tool for keeping your bike upright and…

Bike Tire PSI: 101

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Mountain biking is a thrilling and challenging sport that requires a combination of skill, endurance, and proper equipment. One crucial aspect of equipment for mountain biking is the tire pressure of your bike. Knowing how to correctly set your bike tire PSI will make a huge difference on the trails. The right tire pressure can…

6 Tips for Preventing and Diagnosing Bike Noises

If you spend time watching professional MTB videos, you may notice that they all have crystal clear audio that makes it seem as though riding is done in near silence in an almost ethereal state. Well, if you’ve ever ridden a bike, you know that’s just not true. What about the heavy breathing? Or the…

Ridin’ Dirty? Clean Your Bike In 5 Easy Steps

There’s something disheartening about a dirty bike. You cringe at the creaks and grinds, avert your eyes from the grime, and roll out for a ride with shame that you haven’t maintained the machine that brings you so much joy. Good news: you’re just 5 steps away from breathing new life into your bike and…

How To Do A Basic Bike Check in 13 Easy Steps

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Things on your bike can change from one ride to another – bolts loosen, tire pressure changes, parts wear down – and taking the time to regularly glance over your bike can be the difference between a quick fix vs. a pricey bike shop visit or lots of miles vs. stopping every mile to fix…

Suspension Setup, 4 Easy Steps

Getting your suspension setup correctly can make a huge difference to how well your mountain bike performs.  Follow our 4 step guide to get your suspension dialed like the pros.  Grab a friend, your bike, shock pump and notebook to get started … STEP 1. ADJUST YOUR SAG The first thing you need to do…