The Complete Idiot's Guide to Bike Maintenance and Repair provides recreational cyclists with the "do-it-yourself" means to maintain and service their own bikes. Rather than spanning the entire field of bicycling, this book focuses on those things readers need to know in order to keep bikes safe and trouble-free, including: bike basics and anatomy, bike workings, maintenance before and after riding, tools and accessories, common repairs, emergency repair instructions and troubleshooting tips.
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In addition to being the author of three Complete Idiot's Guides (CIG to Electrical Repair, Plumbing, and Remodeling Your Home), Terry Meany is a bicycle enthusiast. Although past his bike collecting days, he has rebuilt and assembled an array of interesting bicycles and parts over the years. No estate sale or closeout bin at a local bike shop was safe from his snooping. He has built bikes for commuting, touring, and simply ones that interested him. He still has a soft spot for traditional English bikes and keeps a Holdsworth and an ancient Raleigh SuperCourse on hand for riding.
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Book Description Alpha, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0028641396