Race season is under way and as part of your race day preparations you should be ensuring your bike is in tip top condition.  You don’t want a mechanical to happen part way through your race after months of hard work.

You should be taking care of your bike all through the season  – you’ve come in off a long bike, you’re tired and hungry and the last thing you want to do it clean your bike, but simple bike maintenance will help keep your bike working smoothly and reliably throughout the season.

Keeping your bike clean and keeping an eye on wear and tear is key to how well your bike will work for you!

Check out these top tips from British Triathlon to make sure your bike is in good working order.


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