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Park Tool The Big Blue Book Of Bicycle Repair - 3rd Edition
$24.99
Updated with new information, techniques, photos, procedures, and components, plus a larger, easier-to-read format, Park Tool's Big Blue Book Of Bicycle Repair - 3rd Edition is a comprehensive repair manual with all the information the novice and veteran mechanic needs to perform nearly any repair from trailside fixes, to routine tune-ups, to more advanced procedures and complete overhauls (be sure to review the Table of Contents). Written by Park Tool Director of Education and longtime USA Cycling pro race mechanic, Calvin Jones, and including hundreds of photos, this must-have manual is the perfect reference and step-by-step repair guide for nearly any bike, including road, mountain, BMX, fixie and singlespeed. Park wrote the book on bicycle repair!
Park Tool BBB-4 Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair — 4th Edition
$29.99
The 4th edition of the Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair is updated with the latest information, procedures and techniques and covers everything from minor adjustments to complete overhauls. The BBB-4 features clear, step-by-step instructions, high quality color photos and useful charts and graphs to thoroughly explain and demonstrate hundreds of repairs. Written by one of the world’s leading authorities on bicycle repair and maintenance, Park Tool Director of Education, Calvin Jones, the Big Blue Book is the perfect reference guide for nearly any level mechanic and every bike. New information and topics included in the BBB 4th edition: - 12-speed and 1x drivetrains - Tubeless tires - Disc brakes - Electronic shifting - New wheel building content - Updated headset and bottom bracket standards - Updated torque specifications - Updated troubleshooting tables
- Where to Bike Chicago
$26.99
The best bicycle path in the world is of no use unless people know where it is. With this in mind Where to Bike Chicago features 72 great recreational including 27 safe rides for kids. The book is aimed at recreational cyclists, including families with children looking for something to do on the weekend and mature age cyclists looking for fitness and fun. Each ride is graded from one to five stars in difficulty, has a detailed full colour map and profile showing all of the hills. There is also a detailed ride log, plus interesting facts about the area, tips about where to eat and drink, side trips and how to get there. Author Greg Borzo has personally surveyed all of the rides on his bicycle using a Garmin GPS unit to collect data for the mapping and altitude profiles.
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