Why your bike shifts like garbage
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Why your bike shifts like garbage

Although derailleurs can look intimidating, they’re actually pretty easy to adjust. We learned this in another video. The thing is, adjusting your cable tension, limits, and B screw doesn’t always do the trick. Old cables, improper routing, worn parts, and […]

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How to Fix a Broken Bicycle Chain

In this video, we’ll walk through how to identify any damage to your chain and how to fix it so you can get back on the road. We’ll cover the most common ways your chain can become damaged and give […]

My New MTB Has Weird Parts on it
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My New MTB Has Weird Parts on it

One of the best parts about new bike day is doing a photo shoot of your new bike, made possible by the obligatory propping stick. And you will always be punished for this blatant act of vanity. But once your […]

The Park Tool Guide to Rim Brakes
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The Park Tool Guide to Rim Brakes

Welcome to the Park Tool Guide to Rim Brakes, where we’ll walk through just about every cable-pulled, rim-brake related repair and installation process. If you’re looking for help with disc or hydraulic brakes, we have other content with links in […]

1729-TA Sliding Thru Axle Adaptor
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1729-TA Sliding Thru Axle Adaptor

The Park Tool 1729-TA Sliding Thru Axle Adaptor is designed to allow any Park Tool PRS-20 & PRS-21 Team Race Stand to accept 12mm & 15mm thru axle forks.

The White Line trail is Sketchy and Deadly 💀
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The White Line trail is Sketchy and Deadly 💀

Behind the lens of a GoPro, smushed into two dimensions, the White Line looks—serviceable. But view it from afar and—well I’m I’m being generous when I say it looks sketchy as f— I scoured message boards and comment threads everywhere […]