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Seized seatposts, saddle height woes, rounded bolt heads, missing internal cables, stuck pedals, parts in the wrong order and trouble removing your back wheel. All of these are completely avoidable bike maintenance mistakes, so watch this video and make sure you don't make them, too. Useful Links: Adventure Documentaries, Exclusive Shows & Live Racing on GCN+: 🤍 Download the GCN App for free: 🤍 Visit the GCN Shop: 🤍 Join the GCN Club: 🤍 Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments below! 💬 If you liked this video, be sure to give it a thumbs up 👍 and share it with your friends! Watch more on GCN... 📹 5 Ridiculously Cheap Upgrades For Your Bike! 👉 🤍 📹 Watch our Editor’s Choice Playlist 👉 🤍 📹 Or why not check out our Features Playlist 👉 🤍 🎵 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound 🎵 #gcn #gcntech #cycling #roadbike #bike #roadcycling #maintenance #repair #howto #diy #bikelife Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 The Global Cycling Network (GCN) is the largest online cycling channel in the world, bringing together a global community of road cyclists to celebrate everything that’s great about the world of cycling. Our videos bring fans compelling daily content including expert tutorials, techniques, training, racing, cutting-edge bike tech, unparalleled behind the scenes event coverage, humour, entertainment, and more. Presented by ex-pro riders, GCN offers a uniquely qualified insight into the world of cycling, and most importantly it’s fuelled by our passionate and enthusiastic fans – everyone who makes up the GCN community. We also bring the latest and greatest tech to your attention, showcase the best places in the world to ride and get exclusive access to events and races. Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside Cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Castelli Clothing: 🤍 Giro Helmets: 🤍 Pinarello Bikes: 🤍 Zipp Wheels: 🤍 Topeak Tools: 🤍 Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Pirelli Tyres: 🤍 Orbea Bikes: 🤍 Vision Wheels: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Elite Bottles: 🤍 Whoop Fitness: 🤍 Komoot: 🤍 Selle Italia: 🤍 SIS: 🤍 Zwift: 🤍 Shimano Wheels: 🤍 Shadow Stand: 🤍 DMT Shoes: 🤍 Muc-Off: 🤍 Watch our sister channels: GCN Tech - 🤍 GCN Racing - 🤍 Global Triathlon Network - 🤍 GCN Italia - 🤍 GCN en Espanol - 🤍 GCN auf Deutsch - 🤍 GCN en Francais - 🤍 GCN Japan - 🤍 GCN Training - 🤍 Global Mountain Bike Network - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 Electric Mountain Bike Network - 🤍
Today we’re going to help you save some cash by fixing up an old bike. Many people have an old bike laying around collecting dust - this is your opportunity to fix it up and do something great with it. Maybe it could make a great gift for someone in need? It could be turned into a cool town bike or something to commute on - saving wear and tear on your other bike. Or you could get it going and sell as an easy way to make some money! Subscribe to GMBN Tech: 🤍 Pick up official GMBN merch: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram or Facebook! 🤍gmbntech Sign up to the GMBN newsletter: 🤍 Have you been fixing up any bikes for friends or to sell over lockdown? Have you had any good projects lately? Let us know 👇 Please submit your content to our uploader: 🤍 we love to check out what you have been up to and may feature it on the show! Watch more on GMBN Tech... 📹 How to True A Bike Wheel - 🤍 📹 Maintenance Playlist - 🤍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 🤍 🎵 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound Enter The Night 4 - Fredrik Ekstrom Salt Lake Seagull - Chris Shards The Other Woman - The Flax Shrub - Jobii ES_Super Three - Cospe Entropy - Gregory David Urban Conspiracy - Jules Gaia Off My Feet - Moins Le Quartet Magnetic Kid - Kenzo Almond Book of Revelations (Instrumental Version) - Psuche Cumulus Motion - Lama House #GMBNTech #GMBN #MountainBiking #MountainBike #MTB #BikeLife #Cycling #Recycle #bikemechanic #bikerepair #secondhandbike #fixthings Brought to you by the Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN), GMBN Tech delves deeper into the bikes, kit and technology that powers your rides! Our mission is to help you discover, dial-in, and get the best from the latest cutting edge bikes and technology available. If it’s off-road tech you’re after, look no further! The weekly GMBN Tech Show showcases the latest and biggest tech stories, with more besides. Fancy some factory tours and first looks to keep you informed of how the latest tech has arrived, as well as what they do on the trail? You’ve got it. Want some in-depth maintenance videos give you the knowledge to set up, look after and upgrade what you’ve got? Yep, we’ve got them, too. Lots of ‘em. In fact, our presenting team consists of bike industry professionals with decades of experience of wrenching, writing, and working at the cutting edge of mountain biking so we can keep you informed, entertained and engaged with all the tech that drives mountain bikes forwards! Thanks to our sponsors: Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Nukeproof Bikes: 🤍 Pole Bikes: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 POC helmets and eyewear: 🤍 crankbrothers pedals: 🤍 Ergon: 🤍 Vittoria Tires: 🤍 FSA: 🤍 e*thirteen: 🤍 Topeak: 🤍 Garmin: 🤍 Muc-Off: 🤍 Mavic Wheels: 🤍 crankbrothers seatposts: 🤍 Komoot: 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍
Punctures are sadly a part of cycling so it's essential to know how to replace an inner tube. In this video Jim shows you the correct way to easily replace an inner tube along with lots of top tips such as how to remove and refit a stubborn tyre, check the tyre for wear and debris, and whether you need nuts and valve caps. Jim The Bike Guy 🤍 🤍 Jim from Jim The Bike Guy is a professional Cytech level 3 qualified bike mechanic specialising in servicing, upgrading and repairing all types of bikes from his bespoke workshop in West Berkshire. He specialises in high-end road, cyclocross and gravel bikes as well as cross-country race bikes. In his spare time he enjoys riding and racing all types of bikes to an enthusiastic standard. Follow me: Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 0:00 Introduction 1:13 REMOVING THE TYRE 4:03 REMOVING THE INNNER TUBE 5:30 REPAIR OR TAKE OLD INNER TUBE HOME 6:54 FIND CAUSE OF PUNCTURE 7:31 CHECK THE TYRE 10:41 FITTING A NEW INNER TUBE 11:21 REFITTING THE TYRE 16:03 VALVE CAPS AND NUTS
Whether that's checking your wheel and headset bearings, learning how to measure chain wear or knowing which bolts to grease, take the time to get your bike running smoothly by following our home maintenance routine. Subscribe to Cycling Weekly here: 🤍 Join the Cycling Weekly 5000 mile challenge here: 🤍 More at: Cycling Weekly: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Email: cycling🤍ti-media.com
For your trusty bike to stay in good working order, you need to occasionally show it some love. In this class, you’ll learn the basics of bike maintenance so you can keep your bike in great shape for many years. Kat covers everything from a routine pre-ride inspection to how to keep your drivetrain clean, lubricated and humming along. The topics covered in this class are: The Anatomy of Your Bike: 1:35 How to Do a Pre-ride Inspection: 4:27 How to Fix a Flat Tire: 9:20 How to Maintain Your Drivetrain: 29:50 For additional resources, articles and videos, check out our Intro to Bike Maintenance class page on REI.com: 🤍
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Restore this rusty old bicycle transform into an amazing neo vintage road bike really happy with how it looks and rides. Let me know what you guys think! Music: Prod. by OP Beats Risal Amhudo #bikerestoration #vintagebike #bicycle
Don't despair if you crack your carbon bicycle. Fix it yourself! All you need is a carbon repair kit, hair dryer and some electrical tape and plastic wrap. Here's how to do it. #JimLangley #BicycleAficionado #BicycleRepair ❤️ Please Subscribe - Thanks for Watching, Commenting & Sharing! ❤️ 👍 Carbon repair kit I used: ● 🤍 👍 Newer version of the bike repair stand I use in the video ● 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases (there's no added cost to you). Timecodes: 0:00 - How I broke my carbon bicycle 0:41 - Calfee Designs carbon bike repair service 0:47 - Predatory Cycling's DIY carbon bike repair kit 1:09 - The crack/break in my Cervelo carbon bike top tube 1:34 - How to tell if carbon is cracked, broken with the coin test 2:15 - What you get in Predatory Cycling's carbon repair kit 3:14 - Masking the area of the repair to protect the frame 3:37 - Plastic wrapping the bike to protect it 4:15 - Sanding the crack and area around it 5:00 - How the carbon crack looks all sanded 5:24 - Masking frame for applying epoxy and the patches 5:35 - Cutting patches from the carbon patch cloth 7:00 - Applying epoxy to the carbon frame 7:38 - Applying epoxy to the patches 8:02 - Applying the carbon patches to the carbon frame 9:41 - Wrapping the heat shrink tape around the repair 10:15 - Heating the heat shrink tape to compress the patches 10:43 - Letting the patched carbon frame dry, cure 11:08 - How the carbon repair came out 14:17 - Testing the carbon repair with the coin test 14:44 - Options for finishing, covering the carbon patch 15:30 - Hiding the carbon patch with electrical tape 15:48 - Verdict on how well the repair kit works 16:26 - You can do this repair, too 16:46 - Predator Cycling's excellent support 17:08 - Closing comments 17:14 - The next video you should watch ☼ Don't miss my free weekly Jim's Tech Talk column: ● 🤍 ☼ My Elephant Tough Custom Wheels & Jim Langley Bicycle Aficionado logo T's, caps, mugs, pint glasses and stickers: ● 🤍 ☼ My famous Bicycle Aficionado website - online since 1999! ● 🤍 ☼ My Bicycle Beat blog ● 🤍
I show how to disassemble and re-assemble a freewheel from a bike wheel. I also clean and lube the freewheel parts. I didn't replace the bearings. I just cleaned them and reused them. But if they show wear or damage, they are not too expensive to replace. The ball bearings in this freewheel were 1/8" balls. I think that is the most common size in freewheels. But that being said, there is no guarantee that yours are 1/8". Measure yours. And the number of bearings can vary. You can try to count yours, but generally you want to fill the races. I lubed the parts with marine grease. If your freewheel is not working well, try cleaning and lubing it before taking it apart: 🤍 NOTE: Generally, freewheels are meant to be replaced. So why overhaul one like this? Maybe you are restoring a bike and want to keep the original vintage freewheel. There are a lot of people in the world that don't have easy access to new bike parts, or the parts may be very expensive to get where they live. Or maybe you just want to do it because you can. Some of the tools used were: Park Tool SPA-2 Pin Spanner: 🤍 Park Tool Chain Whip: 🤍 Dualco Mini Grease Gun: 🤍 Marine Grease: 🤍 These are the 1/8" bearings I used. 🤍 ▶ SUBSCRIBE & HIT THE 🔔 🤍 👍 And please give my video a thumbs up 👍 ▶FACEBOOK.com/RJTheBikeGuy 🤍 ▶TOOLS 🤍 ▶SHIRTS 🤍 ▶WEBPAGE 🤍
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As part of the Park Tool Company visit, I figured we’d get together and make a bike repair tips video! Hopefully these tips come in handy, and at the very least provide some entertainment! Enjoy Check out Park Tool’s YouTube channel 🤍 Carbon Assembly Compound 🤍 Grease for hub rebuild 🤍 Derailleur Hangers 🤍 Berm Peak Hoodies, Beanies, Jerseys, Shirts 🤍 Want us to review your unique mountain bike or outdoor product? 🤍 Check out our main channel 🤍 Follow me on Instagram 🤍 Berm Peak Merch 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Music in this video is from 🤍 and 🤍?fpr=seth20 Support Berm Park! The free public bike park that YOU can ride! Join my Patreon and 100% of the proceeds go towards funding this. Construction is underway right now! Learn more here 🤍 Video explaining Berm Park 🤍 Advertising disclosure: All of these videos contain products, logos, or mentions associated with Diamondback Bicycles. Whether or not the video itself was sponsored by Diamondback, they do support this channel, and by extension, every video on it.
Rusty shares his path to becoming a bike mechanic while overhauling a 1960's Schwinn Hollywood. Music Licensed from soundstripe.com Alsever Lake Cayuga Land Timber Choir Right beside me Ian Kelosky Faded Colours Pete Stewart Nothing can take you down #bikemechanic #Schwinn #bikerestoration
Puncturing your tyre when you're out riding can spell disaster. If you run out of tubes, or fancy saving a bit of cash, it's worth knowing how to repair a punctured tyre. Subscribe to GCN: 🤍 Repairing a puncture with a puncture repair kit may seem old school, but it's an important skill to have. Whether you're stuck out on a training ride, or just fancy saving your hard-earned cash, a couple of puncture repair patches can save the day. Music: Future Loop Foundation - Coffee Culture: 🤍 About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic summit of the Stelvio to the epic trails of Fort William, Scotland, everywhere there is pavé or dirt, world-class racing, and pro riders, we will be there bringing you all the action, essential analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Youtube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Leave us a comment below! Music - licensed by Cue Songs
Join the Facebook Group: 🤍 In this video I'm going to try and give you my top 5 best tools for bicycle repairs. Considering the fact my newest bike is already over a decade old and I prefer to restore bikes from the previous millennium this is going to be a distinctly personal list. I admit this list is more about restoring than repairing, but that's to be expected from a guy doing bike restorations. But I said up front this list would be very personal. At number 5 sits the crank puller. When I started to get serious about doing my own bike repairs, the first thing you want to do is to overhaul the drivetrain. That means you'll need a tool to remove the crank. The reason why I chose this above the Chain Tool CT-3.2 and Chain Whip SR-2.3, tools necessary to remove the chain and sprocket, is that I simply use the crank puller much more often. That’s because I also remove the crank to be able to clean it more thoroughly. At number 4 sits the tool I owned long before I actively started restoring bicycles and is the tool I've probably used the most by far. That's because you need them for your brakes, brake levers, shifters, derailleurs, seat post, and the list goes on. Basically every bolt on your bike needs to be operated with a hex tool. And not having to think about getting the right one but having them all in one tight package is a blessing. Especially for the price of 10 euros. The difference between having to clean your chain with or without a chain cleaner is tremendous. It's much easier, faster and better enabling you to do a quick 5-minute clean before riding. I own the BBB version but will consider the Park Tool CM-25 Professional Chain Scrubber since that one is made from aluminium. And the plastic body cracked and broke very quickly. Especially with restoration projects, you need to step up your game when it comes to cleaning. And turpentine or white spirit will give you the edge when it comes to removing decades old grease. Used on a piece of cloth, in a chain cleaner or the infamous salad bowl, it's my tried-and-true recipe of cleaning each and every bicycle part you can think of. For my number one pick I've chosen a tool which falls more into the "restoration" category than the "repair" category. But that can be said for this entire top three. More than any other tool I own, the Polishing Wheel breathes new live into a tired old bicycle parts. You don't use it to get a bike back into working condition but to restore its parts to their former glory, enabling you to achieve that "time-capsule" feel of old bikes. In all honesty, what projects you take on might differ markedly from my penchant for 80s and 90s bicycles and may require different tools. My suggestion would be to expand your toolset with each new project just like I did. Then you're sure you'll buy what you need I've also written about blog post with more information. If you want to read this article go to 🤍 Visit my website for more bike restoration tutorials: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Music is from the YouTube Audio Library Song is "Stinson" from Reed Mathis
Fixing and maintaining your own bike is really rewarding. Being able to look after your own equipment and keep it running smoothly will make your riding much more enjoyable, and even save you money! However, if you've never worked on a bike before, it may seem quite daunting - but it needn't be! In this new mini series, Alex gives you a crash course in bike maintenance, so you can work on your bike with confidence! If you're keen to get into home mechanics, this is a great place to start! Subscribe to GCN+ for cycling as you have never seen it before! LIve racing, shows & cycling adventure films: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 Pick up your copy of our maintenance book over at The GCN Shop: 🤍 #Cycling #GCN #GCNTech #RoadBike Let us know what you thought of our new Crash Course series in the comments below! If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 Watch more on GCN Tech... 📹 🤍 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: ES_Do Tell (Indie Pop Version) - Niklas Ahlstrom ES_Fine with You Gone (Instrumental Version) - Particle House ES_Go Go Go - Beau Joseph ES_Stranded in Miami - Alexandra Woodward Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 Brought to you by the world’s biggest cycling channel, the Global Cycling Network (GCN), GCN Tech is the only channel you need for all things bike tech – past, present and future. Simply put, we’re obsessed with tech: we seek out and showcase the best in bikes, components, tech, accessories, upgrades and more from races and events, tech shows and product launches across the globe to bring you the best in road bike technology. We’ve also got great maintenance videos to help you get the most from your bike; pro-bike tours from all the biggest races; special features and the weekly GCN Tech Show. We also take a deeper look into the future of cycling, apps, smart tech and virtual riding. Join us on the channel and the GCN App to submit your content, vote on the latest tech and keep abreast of exciting new trends. GCN Japan: 🤍 GCN Italia: 🤍 Suscribirse a GCN en Español: 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Zwift: 🤍
Bicycle repair work stands are one of those tools that a lot of people refrain from purchasing, yet as soon as you have one you will realize how much easier it is to work on your bike! In this video, Rich Payne shows you how to use a stand, and explains what can go wrong if you were to clap your bike incorrectly! Useful Links: Submit your Photo and Video to us 👉 🤍 Shop our NEW Jerseys Collection 👉 🤍 Sign-up to our newsletter 👉 🤍 Do you own a work stand? If so do you use it much? Watch more on GMBN... 📹 Beginner Vs Amateur Vs Pro Enduro Edition 👉 🤍 📹 Watch our Editor’s Choice Playlist 👉 🤍 📹 Watch our weekly show, The Dirt Shed Show 👉 and 🤍 🎵 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound Letters from Wyoming (Instrumental Version) - Velvethead #GMBN #GlobalMountainBikeNetwork #MTB #MountainBiking The Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN) is the world’s largest and fastest-growing online mountain bike channel and community – and your destination for the best mountain bike content in the world. GMBN is dedicated to inspiring and unlocking your riding potential. Our videos cater to fans of every mountain bike discipline: from mile-munching cross-country (XC) riders, through adrenaline-fuelled dirt jumpers, gravity-hungry downhillers or aspiring enduro racers, and beyond. Every day of every month, our ex-pro presenting team are on hand to entertain and inspire you while also providing a uniquely qualified insight into the world of mountain biking. Every week we deliver original daily videos that include: Adventurous and entertaining features Mountain bike skills coaching Technical advice and guidance Mechanical know-how to keep you rolling A place for the riding community with our weekly Dirt Shed Show Thanks to our sponsors: Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Nukeproof Bikes: 🤍 Orbea Bikes: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 POC helmets and eyewear: 🤍 Crankbrothers Pedals: 🤍 Shimano Footwear: 🤍 Dainese Protection: 🤍 Ergon: 🤍 Vittoria Tires: 🤍 FSA: 🤍 e*thirteen: 🤍 Spank: 🤍 Topeak: 🤍 Garmin: 🤍 Muc-Off - 🤍 Wahoo: 🤍 Komoot: 🤍 Worx Power Tools: 🤍 CamelBak: 🤍 Watch our sister channels: GMBN Tech - 🤍 Electric Mountain Bike Network - 🤍 Global Cycling Network - 🤍 GCN Tech - 🤍 GCN Racing - 🤍 Global Triathlon Network - 🤍 GCN Italia - 🤍 GCN en Espanol - 🤍 GCN auf Deutsch - 🤍 GCN en Francais - 🤍 GCN Japan - 🤍 GCN Training - 🤍
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There's no worse feeling than finding a chip or scratch in your bike's paint work. Seeing your pride and joy looking less than perfect can be really disheartening, and you might want to get it repaired! In this video, Manon visits Fat Creations to learn how professional frame painters repair damaged paint work and gets a few pro tips that you can try at home! Subscribe to GCN+ for cycling as you have never seen it before! Live racing, shows & cycling adventure films: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 The GCN Shop: 🤍 #Cycling #GCN #GCNTech #RoadBike Does your bike have any scratches or chips? Do you want to try to repair them yourself? Let us know in the comments below! If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 Watch more on GCN Tech... 📹 🤍 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: ES_Carats - A P O L L O ES_Fjords - Ookean ES_Fresh From Yard - Thompson Town Flowers ES_Open All Night - Frook ES_Zone Out - Daniel Fridell Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 Brought to you by the world’s biggest cycling channel, the Global Cycling Network (GCN), GCN Tech is the only channel you need for all things bike tech – past, present and future. Simply put, we’re obsessed with tech: we seek out and showcase the best in bikes, components, tech, accessories, upgrades and more from races and events, tech shows and product launches across the globe to bring you the best in road bike technology. We’ve also got great maintenance videos to help you get the most from your bike; pro-bike tours from all the biggest races; special features and the weekly GCN Tech Show. We also take a deeper look into the future of cycling, apps, smart tech and virtual riding. Join us on the channel and the GCN App to submit your content, vote on the latest tech and keep abreast of exciting new trends. GCN Japan: 🤍 GCN Italia: 🤍 Suscribirse a GCN en Español: 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Zwift: 🤍
Questions or comments? Leave them below! See all our chain videos in our chain repair help playlist ▶︎ 🤍 Video contents: 00:28 Tools Needed 00:46 Tight Link 01:25 Broken Chain - Master Link 02:48 Broken Chain - Connecting Rivet 03:41 Broken Chain - Reusing a Rivet 04:27 Twisted Chain 05:22 Single Speed Conversion ➤ Tools & materials used: • CT-5 Mini Chain Brute Chain Tool - 🤍 • MT-40 Multi-Tool - 🤍 • MTB-3.2 Premium Rescue Tool - 🤍 • IB-3 I-Beam Multi-Tool - 🤍 • See all Park Tool Chain Products - 🤍 • Connecting Rivet or Master Link For a text-based walk-through of this process: 🤍 ➤ Subscribe: 🤍 ➤ Like: 🤍 ➤ Follow: 🤍 ➤ Fix It: Did you know that Park Tool is the #1 resource for bicycle repair education? • Visit our YouTube Channel: 🤍 • Visit the Repair Help section of Parktool.com: 🤍 • Check out The Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair: 🤍 ➤ About Park Tool: Since our founding in 1963, Park Tool has been the leading name in bicycle tools. Our YouTube channel is an extension of our mission to be the ultimate resource for mechanics and riders of all skill levels. Here you will find comprehensive repair help tutorials for a wide range of components and processes, as well as troubleshooting guides, tips and tricks, and information on the latest Park Tool products. ➤ More Chain Repair Help: • The Park Tool Guide to Chains ▶︎ 🤍 • How to Clean and Lube a Bicycle Chain with a Park Tool Chain Cleaner ▶︎ 🤍 • When to Replace a Chain on a Bicycle ▶︎ 🤍 • How to Replace a Chain on a Bicycle - Sizing & Installation ▶︎ 🤍 • How to Replace a Chain on a Single Speed Bike - Sizing, Installation & Tensioning ▶︎ 🤍 • How to Size a Bicycle Chain ▶︎ 🤍 • How to Size a Campagnolo Bicycle Chain ▶︎ 🤍
One of the most important elements to get with a new bicycle is a repair kit. Specifically the things you need to take care of a flat tire, and some of the small adjustments that might be needed. Even if you can't change a flat, you want this repair kit so others can help with the specific things your bike needs. Repair Kit Options! 🤍 - The Bike Lab is a bicycle shop in the heart of Oklahoma City (OKC). We want everyone to experience the thrill of riding a bike. We focus on Bicycle Repair and Retul Fit - and have partnered with Specialized and Cannondale for the bikes we sell. Check us out at 🤍thebikelabokc.com.
I loved this project so much that I started work on another bike and also decided to tie my other interests into the process so I started a dedicated channel for Outdoor Lifestyle! Please visit my new channel - 🤍gedahed 🌟MORE BIKE BUILDS and REPAIRS + OUTDOOR LIFESTYLE🌟 Instagram - 🤍gedahedofficial A DIY fix on a carbon frame - with a semi pro finish! BRIEF: Get myself a competitive bike for a bargain through - Sourcing a cheap damaged frame, using a carbon fibre sheet and epoxy adhesive kit, spray painting, sourcing components, build it. I was happy to do this as it is my OWN bike and wasn't serious structural damage after I inspected it. Compression fracture during travel (airport). It is possible to follow this technique for various types of damage on various parts of the bike. I would recommend getting the bike checked by a professional before attempting a fix. Some fixes require both external and internal repair that can only be done by a competent setup. I have fixed a couple more bikes since this and have not had further issues on the repairs. I won't put the exact links up as I'm not sponsored, but..... - Carbon sheets fix kit - eBay around £12 - Spray paints (ProMatic) - White Primer, Matt Black, Satin Black around £6-7 - Wet and dry 800 Enjoy, and thank you so much for watching! Comment if you'd like to ask a question.
Are you looking for a work stand for your mountain bike but don't feel like forking over the big bucks for a "shop worthy" model? Here's how to build a very simple stand in roughly 30 minutes that's sturdy and stores away very easily. Find more DIY Bike projects: 🤍 Follow us: On the Web: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Get Merch: 🤍
I built a repair stand and clamp for my bicycle using only scraps of metal that I had lying arround. I was tired of doing my own bicycle maintenance and repairs on the floor and never got myself arround to buying a 300$ quality repair stand so I decided to build one myself. This is not a "How to build a bicyle repair stand" video. In fact it's a bit more of a how NOT type thing... Anyways thanks for being here and I hope this inspires some of you to get creative and build one yourself!
Full Bike Maintenance Playlist - 🤍 Learn how to adjust bike brakes and keep your brakes working smoothly and safely from expert Jesse McDonough in this Howcast video. Hi my name is Jesse McDonough and I'm here at Spokesman Cycles in New York City right by Union Square. I'm a bicycle tour guide in New York and formerly a bike messenger and I'm here to tell you a bit about the bike. Let's talk about brake adjustments. There's a number of different reasons why your brakes can need to be adjusted. The brakes themselves can be rubbing on the rim; they might not be tight enough. But we'll start with just tightening the brakes themselves. So first you see this brake, it's in pretty good shape. You really want two finger lengths between the handlebar and the break where you squeeze, so here you got plenty of room, but on this side the break itself goes almost all the way to the handlebar, way more then two finger-lengths. So here clearly is not tight enough. We're going to try to start with a minor tightening with the barrel adjusters. So here the barrel adjusters just twist and as you pull them out of the break handle itself this will tighten the break. In this case it's probably tightening it a bit more but not necessarily enough, you still have less then two finger-lengths. So now that opening the barrel adjuster did not tighten your brakes enough what we're going to have to do is open up the break so that you can tighten your brake cable here. So you're going to take an Allen wrench and all you got to do is unscrew this just a bit so you pull the break cable tight here so that the break pads are resting along the rims, so you can hear them rubbing along the rims here and at that point you want to tighten the cable to exactly where is should be and if you notice I left the barrel adjuster opened so that way now the rim is just barely rubbing along the brake pads but as you tighten the barrel adjuster as the brake cable is already tight again it should open up just perfectly so that your brakes are the exact tension you want them but at the same time aren't going to be rubbing on the wheel, so we tighten the barrel adjuster here and see how that worked. Perfect. Got two finger-lengths and a nice tight brake.
Park Tool Company was kind enough to donate an entire beginner trail to Berm Park, along with three bike repair stations. In this video, Calvin and Truman from Park Tool pay us a visit, so we can install these stations around the park. We install two repair stations up at the trailhead, leaving one closer to the ground for kids. The other repair station is on the return trail, should something shake loose during a run. THS-1 🤍 Mounting Post 🤍 Park Tool Company’s YouTube channel 🤍 Berm Peak Hoodies, Beanies, Jerseys, Shirts 🤍 Check out our second channel for "express" videos 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Music in this video is from 🤍 Join my Patreon and 100% of the proceeds go towards projects in the mountain biking community. We recently finished Berm PARK, in Canton, NC. Help maintain it and fund future developments while getting behind the scenes info! Learn more here 🤍 Video explaining Berm Park 🤍 🤍 Advertising disclosure: All of these videos contain products, logos, or mentions associated with Diamondback Bicycles. Whether or not the video itself was sponsored by Diamondback, they do support this channel, and by extension, every video on it.
This video will guide you through the necessary steps for repairing a bicycle inner tube using a patch kit, including self-adhesive patches, vulcanizing patches, and tire boots. We will also diagnose potential causes of damaged tubes, to help avoid getting more flats in the future. Questions or comments? Leave them below! See all our Tire & Tube videos in our Tire & Tube playlist ▶︎ 🤍 Video contents: 00:00 Preliminary Info 00:55 Inspection 03:04 Tire Repair - Emergency Tire Boot 03:52 Tube Repair Prep 04:22 Tube Repair - Pre-Glued Patch 04:54 Tube Repair - Vulcanizing Patch ➤ Tools & materials used: • TL-6.2 Steel Core Tire Levers - 🤍 • PMP-4.2 Mini Pump - 🤍 • PFP-8 Home Mechanic Floor Pump - 🤍 • Marker or other method of marking hole • VC-1 Valve Core Tool - 🤍 • Patch kit: - GP-2 Pre-Glued Super Patch Kit - 🤍 - VP-1 Vulcanizing Patch Kit - 🤍 - TB-2 Emergency Tire Boot - 🤍 For a text-based walk-through of this process: 🤍 ➤ Subscribe: 🤍 ➤ Like: 🤍 ➤ Follow: 🤍 ➤ Fix It: Did you know that Park Tool is the #1 resource for bicycle repair education? • Visit our YouTube Channel: 🤍 • Visit the Repair Help section of Parktool.com: 🤍 • Check out The Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair: 🤍 ➤ About Park Tool: Since our founding in 1963, Park Tool has been the leading name in bicycle tools. Our YouTube channel is an extension of our mission to be the ultimate resource for mechanics and riders of all skill levels. Here you will find comprehensive repair help tutorials for a wide range of components and processes, as well as troubleshooting guides, tips and tricks, and information on the latest Park Tool products. ➤ More Tire & Tube Repair Help: • How to Fix a Flat Tire on a Bicycle ▶︎ 🤍 • How to Remove and Install a Wheel on a Bicycle ▶︎ 🤍 • How to Remove and Install a Bicycle Tire & Tube ▶︎ 🤍 • How to Convert Your Tires to Tubeless - Tubeless Conversion ▶︎ 🤍 • How to Install Tubeless Tires ▶︎ 🤍 • How to Convert & Install Tubeless Tires on Fat Bikes ▶︎ 🤍
Breaking or cracking your carbon fibre bike is every cyclist's worst nightmare! Ollie took a visit to Carbon Bike Repair to find out if carbon is repairable and how the process works. NEW IN Spanish Tees: 🤍 Subscribe to GCN: 🤍 Register your interest in the GCN Club: 🤍 Subscribe to GCN en Español: 🤍 Submit your content with our new uploader: 🤍 Join our Facebook community: 🤍 Repairing carbon fibre is not an easy process and takes meticulous work in order to make it successful. In this video, Ollie is shown through the whole process of repairing broken carbon fibre. He also talks through the cost of the process and whether it's always worth repairing. Would you repair your carbon bike or buy a new one? Let us know in the comments. 👇 If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - 🤍 Watch more on GCN... Is Graphene The Future? 📹 🤍 Music: Epidemic Sound Days Inn - Homebody December Batch - Hand of God Speeding Through The Night - Wave Saver Real Close - Far Orange Hip Hop - Breezy Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Alta Badia: 🤍 // Maratona Dles Dolomites: 🤍 Assos of Switzerland: 🤍 KASK helmets: 🤍 fi’zi:k shoes and saddles: 🤍 and 🤍 Wiggle: 🤍 Topeak tools: 🤍 Canyon bikes: 🤍 Quarq: 🤍 Orbea bikes: 🤍 Trek Bicycles: 🤍 Vision wheels: 🤍 Zipp wheels: 🤍 power2max: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Continental tyres: 🤍 Camelbak: 🤍 Suscribirse a GCN en Español: 🤍 The GCN Club - 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 GCN Tech - 🤍 EMBN - 🤍 Leave us a comment below!
If you do any type of bicycle maintenance or bicycle repair, I strongly suggest a bike repair workstand. Here are a few quick tips for use on how to work on a bicycle using a repair stand as well as how to use a bicycle repair stand: 1. Always clamp at the SEATPOST (or if using a dropper post, extend the post and clamp) on your workstand and NOT the top tube or seat tube. Applying the clamp to other parts of the frame risk damage, especially with carbon fiber. The seat tube and top tube are built to resist the forces applied to it but not necessarily the force of the repair stand clamp. This is true for mountain bikes as well as road bikes. 2. Another problem with clamping the frame is when external cables are present which can be kinked or damaged by the clamp. 3. If you need to extend the seatpost to place it in the repair stand, place a piece of tape around the seat post just at the seatpost clamp before you extend the post. This way you can return it to its original height without any measurement. 4. Make sure you have a repair stand that has rubber jaws to prevent damage and scratching of the post. If not, use a small cloth around the seatpost when you clamp the bike to the stand. 5. Also, an adjustable height repair stand will make your job much easier. Also consider the maximum weight the stand can support as well as the stability when holding the bike. If you have an e bike, consider the bikehand e bike repair stand.
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Lance has been working on bicycles since he was kid. He can fix anything - mountain bikes, road bikes, electric bikes... and he does it all on 7th and Westminster in Venice, California. Here's a little video about him. Follow me here 🤍zeekyparis
Full Bike Maintenance Playlist - 🤍 - - shift into Higher Gear with these Assets for Cyclists Multi Function Bike Tool with Patch Kit & Tire Levers: 🤍 Bicycle Horn and Microphone Combo: 🤍 Mini Chain Brute Chain Tool: 🤍 LED Bike Wheel Lights: 🤍 Zinn & the Art of Road Bike Maintenance: Repair and Maintenance Guide: 🤍 The Bike Deconstructed: A Grand Tour of the Modern Bicycle: 🤍 Full Playlist - 🤍 - - watch more Bicycle Repair & Maintenance videos: 🤍 We're going to talk about adjusting your front and rear derailleur. If your front and rear derailleur are not working properly, it could be a number of different things. Basically there's a thing right here called the derailleur hanger. If your gears are kind of skipping all over the place, that could be bent. It's made to bend so that your frame doesn't actually crack. It could be that your chain is worn out. It also could be, we see a lot of times, where the cable in housing hasn't been replaced in a long time. Basically that gets corroded, and it can't move properly in and out of this piece of housing. That could be for both front and rear, the reasoning for why it's not working. This is a brand new bicycle, so those things won't be an issue, but to adjust the gears you're going to need a Phillips head screwdriver, and this is either a three-way, which has three different sides, or you're just going to use a 5mm Allen. To start out you want to make sure that your rear derailleur is shifted all the way down to it's smallest gear here and that you take the tension off of the cable. The cable tension is what allows the derailleur to go up and down. Now we're going to in the back here. This is kind of an advanced thing. You may want help from somebody who has done this a couple different times, because it can be dangerous if it's not done properly. These are called limit screws, and it limits the derailleur from either the chain going into the frame or the chain going into the spokes; which can be very dangerous because it could actually push the derailleur into the spokes and break the spokes while you're riding. What we're going to do is we get really really close, and look at it completely straight up and down, and see where the derailleur is. There is usually an H and an L, meaning high and low gear, on the two different screws. If not you could just try out a screw and see if it works, and then if it doesn't then unscrew it and try the other one. This is the high screw, and we're in the high gear which is the the smallest gear here in the back here. It's the hardest gear to peddle. You start screwing that screw, and you'll feel resistance eventually and you'll the actual derailleur move. You can see the derailleur moving back and forth. What you want to do is you want to get that nice and straight to the actual cogs, so it's nice and straight up and down. You can see if it's going to fall off, if you can just pull the derailleur. I'll show you what I'm talking about here. If it's not adjusted properly, the derailleur will pull right off and go right into the frame. See that, how it's coming off and going into the frame. Just to tighten it down so it's pushing towards that way and it's not skipping up. If you do it too much, it'll start to skip up into the second gear. You can see that, so that's not good. You want to make sure that it's at the proper location. Now that's adjusted properly on the highest gear here, which is where you want to start. You're going to place the cable onto the nut here. Basically what you want to do is you want to be finger tight at first, making sure that this barrel adjuster has been zeroed out. Zeroed basically means that it doesn't look like it's very far out like this. You kind of want to make it flush with the plastic and the metal or if it's metal, metal. Whichever it is. Then you have some room to either make the cable a little bit tighter or a little bit looser, just as very small adjustments.
Rusty builds a new garage bike shop studio with a lot of help from family. Watch as we build a custom-made Park Repair stand, and a whole lot of upgrades to the shop. Music licensed from soundstripe.com Are you interested in collaborating on a bike project? We are helping 5 individuals finish repairing/ restoring their bikes this year. Please see our last video for more details: 🤍 Have you got a Cool bike project waiting to be built? We want to help! We have 20+ years of experience repairing and restoring bicycles of all kinds. This is not a competition, but a chance to collaborate with our channel to repair/ restore/ or fix up your older bike. Labor is free, but shipping and parts are on you. We will be selecting 5 of our followers this year to help them get their bike ready to ride. Here are the details: 1- This needs to be a passion project with room for out of the box creativity 2- Have a budget in mind - you will pay for parts and shipping as needed 3- Must be willing to collaborate - We plan planning to capture your reaction at the end vis FaceTime 4- You must be cool to work with- no crazies or trolls wanted:) This means patient, courteous, and respectful of our time. In general be a nice person. 5- Must have reasonable exceptions- We won't be able to turn your Huffy into a down hill racer. 6- You must be 18 or older You can contact us rustysbikerepair🤍mac.com. #bikegarage #bikeshopbuild. #diybikestand
[UPDATE] In contrast to my clamping method shown in the video I’ve learned since that it’s a much better idea to clamp the bike on the seat stay. See here: 🤍 I also improved the clamp by using a rubber mat glued in with double-sided tape. See here: 🤍 * * * I built a stand for bike repair and maintenance work. I used mostly scrap wood, some steel pipes and rods and some hardware I had to buy. The total cost was about 40 EUR, half of which went into the two clamping levers that you can see at the end of the video. This project is in many places a little rough. I built it over the course of several weeks while I was very busy at work and didn’t have much shop time. So my focus was on getting ahead at all and not so much on precise craftsmanship. Details about the rampa screw (insert nut) used for fastening the boom: 🤍 * * * * * * * * * * * ## My tools ## Overview 🤍 * Power tools 🤍 * Hand tools 🤍 * Camera gear 🤍 * *) affiliate links When you buy using an affiliate link you pay the same price as usual – it won’t cost you more! I will get a small percentage of the price from amazon. Thanks for considering this way of supporting me! * * * * * * * * * * * ## Support my work ## My amazon wish list (if you feel like making me smile 😉) 🤍 Shirts etc. 🤍 * * * * * * * * * * * ## Partners and “Advertisement” label ## I explain the details in this video: 🤍 I want to let you know that I cooperate with a couple of tool companies. Occasionally, they provide me with some of their tools for me to use in the shop. But: Whenever you see me using a tool it means that I like it and think it’s worth using. When I do a review, I tell you my honest opinion. I want to be transparent about these partnerships, however, so that you’re not kept in the dark and can make up your own mind if you think I’m in fact unbiased or not. My partner companies are: Bessey, Kreg, Maschinenhandel Meyer, Triton, Wolfcraft (as of 02/2018) * * * * * * * * * * * I’m one of the co-founders of the European Woodworking Community (EWC). Check it out: 🤍 * * * * * * * * * * * ## What is this channel about? ## Watch inspiring videos – Learn along with me – Make something! I love to create things out of wood and to make inspiring, enjoyable videos about the process. I really enjoy learning new skills and I share what I learnt at the end of each video. ## Subscribe! ## I really appreciate your interest. Please consider subscribing – it means a lot and motivates me to keep making videos: 🤍 * * * * * * * * * * * You can also find me here: Instagram: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 (German) * * * * * * * * * * * ## Music ## Music: „Desert Masks“ and „City in Ruins“ by Mascaras, URL: 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International: 🤍