- My On One Floaters don't…
Oli, just because river water isn’t full of salt doesn’t mean it magically doesn’t cause rust. Salt water just does it quicker. If you don’t believe me, put some water down your seat tube, leave it for a week and then repeat once. You should have BB blood leaking from your cranks by the end of week two.Posted 3 years agociderinsportMember
Perfect STW reactions! Thanks!
I view my bikes as things to be ridden, so they are! Well actually that’s a lie!
I only ride the fatty now! When it needs some work I do it!
Is that how you cleaned your bike after uptonogood?
All that mud needed some extra special cleaning after baking dry in the sun while I had a cider or 20 in the afternoon!
Muke – Member
I can see a new BBB event in the making
Fatty water rides at the Big Bike Bash… sounds good! Brant – want to sponsor that one 😉 A baby fatty or 2 to tempt the 300 or so kids we have on site 😀Posted 3 years agocolin9Subscriber
^^ you lot are surely joking about re-building hubs etc. Picture looks like fresh water. I’d agree with you if it was salt water – but come on seriously?!
Totally. My average winter rides involve so much mud it’s best to dump the whole bike in a nearby river just to clean the drivetrain out enough to carry on.Posted 3 years ago
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