Hey guys Rod from Sports Adventure here today with another quick tip.
And todays quick tip is just a handy item to carry in your tool bag.
Next time you’re out of the trails and what I do –
when I put on a new chain,
I check the chain length,
I remove the excess section of chain and those last few links and the old connecting link or the old powerlink I keep those in a bag add those with my toolkit and pop them into my backpack to keep with me for my next ride.
You just never know when you might need a couple links from a bent chain when you’re out about on the trails or you maybe able to help one of your fellow riders out a bit just get them home.
Alright thanks guys. Stay tuned tomorrow for you next quick tip
So keep in touch and get out on the trails.
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Rod Bucton, mountain bike fanatic from Mid North Coast, New South Wales Australia…discover the shortcuts to mountain biking for beginners and while you’re at it follow Rod onFacebook or Instagram.
Like any sport, bicycling involves risk of injury and damage. By choosing to ride a bicycle, you assume the responsibility for that risk, so you need to know — and to practice — the rules of safe and responsible riding and of proper use and maintenance. Proper use and maintenance of your bicycle reduces risk of injury.