6 bike repair mistakes every cyclist can avoid

Seized seatposts, saddle height woes, rounded bolt heads, and more

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Put a little grease on bolts and you'll be less likely to strip them down the road.

Put a little grease on bolts and you’ll be less likely to strip them down the road.

Seized seatposts, saddle height woes, rounded bolt heads, missing internal cables, stuck pedals, parts in the wrong order, and trouble removing your back wheel. All of these are completely avoidable bike maintenance mistakes, so watch this video from our friends at the Global Cycling Network and make sure you don’t make them, too.

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