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05/14/2013

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Raiyn

Yeah, that wasn't cheap. o_0

alfredk

I put about 5-6000 miles on my commuter in a year and my spring tuneup generally includes a new chain, new derailleur and brake cables and housings, cleaning repacking my bearing sets (including my antiquated cup and cone bb), and some new bar tape if I'm feeling frisky. Remember the six P's: Prior Proper Planning Prevents Poopy Pants. Besides, bike maintenance is fun.

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