So you wiped out on your new mountain bike? Cool! That’s half the reason you bought it. But now you’re miles from nowhere with a broken derailleur, and you’re not sure how to fix it. That’s why there’s Mountain Bike Emergency Repair. This pocket-sized manual gives you the dirt on performing trailside repairs with a minimum of tools. The 7-Point Post-Crash Inspection helps diagnose problems with wheels, tires, frames, brakes, and more. Then, the book’s invaluable instruction on temporary repairs gets you back homeñor at least back to the trailhead! If you’re lucky enough to have the proper tools and parts with you, instructions for permanent repairs are provided as well. You can also prepare yourself for the next trip with preventive maintenance tips and the seven bike-survival tools no mountain cyclist should be without.
- Author: Tim Toyoshima
- Pocket-sized to fit in your backpack or pannier
- Structured to help you fix your bike fast
- Lists several alternatives to fixing a problem, even with no tools
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