Watch: “Clamping your dropper post is no big deal”

It’s been raining nonstop, so we’re going to talk about something different today. Clamping dropper posts. Many of us use a repair stand for wrenching our bikes. Most of these stands hold bikes by clamping the seat post. From there, the clamp can be locked into whatever position is comfortable. Repair stands like these have …

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Listen: MTB Upgrades for Under a Hundo

Don’t have the scratch for a new rig this year? We don’t either. Luckily there are at least half a dozen MTB upgrades that can be done for under a hundred bucks each to make your bike ride like new. Don’t have time for a listen? Read Greg’s article on this topic published in 2014.

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Stash a Chain Tool in Your Handlebar with the Topeak Ninja C – A Review

Finding a compact multi-tool that won’t take up much space in your frame bag is pretty easy… until you factor in the chain tool. By the very nature of what a chain tool must accomplish, they can prove to be unwieldy for the minimalist mountain biker. Some such mountain bikers choose to roll the dice, …

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How To Repair a Carbon Bike Frame at Home

Disclaimer: I’m not an engineer or composites expert by any means. I’m just a guy that likes working on bikes and trying to figure out new things. This guide is intended to be a helpful resource for someone considering repairing their carbon frame at home. Do NOT try to repair carbon fiber handlebars, seatposts, forks, …

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