The mud and dust in the chain are secretly sucking away the chain oil, the water droplets on the car are slowly eroding your frame, the melted brake pads on the wheel frame reduce the braking force of the brake, and the unlubricated chain is wearing your market... .These things happen every minute and every second without your maintenance.
How to maintain it to ride a bicycle happily and safely? How to maintain it to save money and make the bike last longer?
Wipe the bike body
Prepare a clean rag. There should be no oil stains on the cloth. Wipe the car body from top to bottom, front to back, and wipe clean the dust and water droplets on it.
Wipe the flywheel
Although you don't have to do it every time, if you find that the flywheel is dirty, prepare a dirty rag, straighten it and put it in the gap of the flywheel and wipe back and forth to wipe the flywheel clean.
Clean the chain and reload the chain oil
After setting up the bicycle, prepare a dirty cloth to cover the chain, and wipe off the dust on the chain while turning the pedal, and then apply chain oil again. When winding the chain oil, spray the chain oil briefly two or three times, and change the speed while turning the pedal every time, so that the chain oil is evenly applied to each chainring.
Wipe the rim
The most important point is that the brake pads are glued to the wheel frame every time you brake. If they are not wiped off, it will affect the braking force of the brake, which will cause a lot of noise and vibration when braking, and if it is more serious, it will cause The brakes won’t stop, which is very dangerous.
Just take a dirty cloth and wipe the wheel frame vigorously, wipe off the remaining rubber skin on it, remember not to use the chain oil cloth just now, if the wheel frame gets oily, it will not stop.
Except for the flywheel, there is no need to clean it every time. It basically takes less than 10 minutes to complete, so there is no need to worry about time. Also note that if you buy more than 10,000 bicycles, I would highly recommend that you put it indoors, not outdoors or in the parking lot under the building. Not only is it easy to be stolen, the weather in the outdoors and the dense dust in the basement are all Not good for bicycles.
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