Tools of the Trade: The Path to Bike Maintenance Nirvana
So your gleaming new bike is sitting in the garage, everything’s working just like you want it to and your happiness is approaching "clam". Best enjoy the moment, because sooner or later your trusty steed is going to need some kind of maintenance. When it does, you’ll hit a fork in the road-bike ownership road (a choose your own adventure if that’s more comforting) where you’ll need to decide how to fix this and the other future problems that will surely arise. As the GP Bike Maintenance Division sees it, you have three basic choices. Read on to see 'em and pick your poison.