It’s no secret that bikes and rain don’t get along. But why is that? And what can you do to prevent your bike from rusting in the rain?
Yes, you can. The question is if you’re willing to pay up and have it done for you, or set several days aside to learn how to do it yourself.
The answer in a nutshell? They do. The only questions are how to recognize it before it becomes a problem—and what to do about it when it does.
All metal bicycle frames crack. The question is how easily and quickly does this happen—and what to do when it happens to yours.
You (or someone else) dent the frame of your bicycle. Can you still ride without worrying or do you have a problem to solve now?
Bike frames inevitably fatigue and crack. And it usually happens in one of these four spots. So here’s how to inspect them.
Sometimes, you can. But even then, the question is whether you really want to. This guide will help you decide.
Your bike’s frame is what holds everything together. But for how long can it keep it up?
You can blast them, that’s for sure. Just not with silica sand. Ask the paint shop to use these blasting media instead.