2005 | ISBN: 1844250008 | English | 182 pages | PDF | 50 MB
This fourth edition of The Bike Book has been designed to help you get the very best from your bike. Produced by Haynes, the leading DIY publisher, it gives step-by-step guidance on all aspects of bicycle care. The new edition has been updated to reflect recent changes in technology, from showing you how to change the oil in your suspension forks to checking the thickness of your disc brake pads. Packed with handy information and practical tips covering almost every bike built over the last 30 years, it gives riders the confidence and knowledge required to tackle regular maintenance, repairs or even a major overhaul.
Features and Benefits of The Bike Book
178 pages with many line drawings and nearly 800 colour photographs
Easy to follow step-by-step maintenance and repair instructions
Every task rated by difficulty and time
A clear description of the tools and spares required for all tasks
Handy tips and money saving ideas from the experts
A complete bicycle maintenance guide, this book has been updated to cover the changes in frame design and materials since the previous edition. Lesser changes like the "Aheadset" and "Hiddenset" headsets and front-loading stems are also covered. In addition, there is more about Shimano and Campagnolo combines gear and brake levers for sports bikes. Full of practical information and handy tips covering almost every bike built since 1970, the book gives any rider the confidence and knowledge required to tackle regular maintenance, repairs and major overhauls.
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