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Old 01-13-2012, 10:23 AM   #61
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WD40 on the metal parts, and Muc Off for the bike (spray on wait 5min then spray off). I dry my bike with a leaf blower, no water spots, everything is dry in record time.
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Old 01-13-2012, 10:42 AM   #62
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a clean bike is the sign of a sick mind. I let mine stay dirty, makes it look like i ride more than I do.
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keeping mine clean gives me the time to "inspect" and look for any problems like; nails in the tire, loose bolts, oil leaking, chain too loose, tire air pressure/wear, etc...

my 09 w/ almost 30k+ miles still looks new and runs new, I "trust" it to carry me safely through any speed and any distance at any time.

I take care of the things I love...

I do see a lot of bikes neglected though, I just think its due to ignorance, inability or laziness
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Old 01-13-2012, 10:50 AM   #63
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keeping mine clean gives me the time to "inspect" and look for any problems like; nails in the tire, loose bolts, oil leaking, chain too loose, tire air pressure/wear, etc...

my 09 w/ almost 30k+ miles still looks new and runs new, I "trust" it to carry me safely through any speed and any distance at any time.


I take care of the things I love
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I do see a lot of bikes neglected though, I just think its due to ignorance, inability or laziness
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