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This article will review some typical yearly maintenance procedures for your PRS-33.2. These procedures should keep your stand in optimal shape during peak season and prevent larger problems down the road.
Shift cables can with time and use become worn, frayed, rusty or dirty, causing drag and resistance as it moves through the housing. This article will outline the process of installing and routing new shift cable into drop bar systems.
Properly sized and routed shift cable housing can make a huge difference in your bike's performance. This article will outline the process of sizing and cutting cable housing for derailleur systems.
A bicycle and its components require appropriate surface preparation in order to ensure optimal performance and durability. This article reviews the types of compounds available and which ones should be used in which applications.
A properly-built wheel begins with properly-sized components. In this article, we will outline how to determine proper spoke length for your wheel build based on measurements of your rim and hub.
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Wheel building is the process of attaching the rim to the hub using spokes and nipples as fasteners, and then bringing the entire structure up to proper tension.
A properly-tensioned wheel is stronger, and stays true longer. This article will review how to properly measure and adjust spoke tension.
Bicycles are designed with the front and rear wheels centered over the midplane of the bike. If the wheels are not centered, or out of dish, the bike can handle poorly. This article will review how to check and adjust bicycle wheel dishing by making changes to spoke tension.