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Bike Care and routine bike maintenance tips - Alternative Methods of Supporting Your Bike
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Jason: Hi! My name is Jason from Revolution Cycles. Now, I am going to be showing you some alternative methods for holding your bike while you are working on it.
One of the methods, if you don't have anything, is just to turn the bicycle upside down and work on it like that. You can work on your drive train, work on your wheels, lubricate your chain, lubricate your drive train, you pretty much do anything while the bikes upside down. If you prefer the bike to be standing upright while you work on it, there are a couple of methods that most shops have; this one in particular is similar to a kick stand, but it's removable. What it allows you to do is work on your bike; it gets the rear wheel off the ground and allows you to work on removing wheels or working on your drive train.
I am going to show how to use this; this just sits under the bottom bracket of the bicycle, and like I said, looks just like a kick stand, holds the bike upright, so now you can perform any maintenance on the rear of the bicycle like lubricating, removing a wheel, working on your brakes, etcetera. It's an alternative method to get the bike up, so you can work on it conveniently, if you don't have access to a professional stand or any kind of bike stand.