Routine 1.  Quick and Easy by Jon Smith

Routine 1. Quick and Easy

Looking after the drivetrain

Your drivetrain is the most important part of your bike. It's good to clean once a week or after a dirty training ride, family ride or commute.

This routine is quick and easy, it uses only a small amount of product and only takes 5 minutes per bike. Doing this regularly will speed up the cleaning process. Remember weeks of grime takes more time.

Cleaner

To Start apply the Foaming Chain Cleaner using about 5 to 10ml of product to the chain, cassette and chainrings. Making sure they are...

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New Fenwick’s Brush Range Sweeps In by Jon Smith, MD

New Fenwick’s Brush Range Sweeps In

Fenwick's Brush Range is a great addition to any washing system

It’s been a long time in the making but we have finally put together a range of brushes designed to last wash, after wash, after wash.

These brushes fit our ethos perfectly, they are incredibly durable, use recycled material...

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Routine 2.  Looking after the whole bike by Jon Smith

Routine 2. Looking after the whole bike

Cleaning once a month or after a very dirty ride. The whole process should take about 15 to 30 minutes.

Here is a quick reminder of Routine 1. Simply apply the Foaming Chain Cleaner using about 5 to 10ml of product to the chain, cassette and chainrings.

Spray Bike...

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Down with the kids – with bike cleaning? by Peter Thompson

Down with the kids – with bike cleaning?

Cleaning a bike and having fun don't at first apprear to be connected

lets face it I am not kidding anyone by saying that getting the kids involved in bike maintenance is easy. It is not what is on a childs mind post a muddy bike ride around the woods....

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Pining for the Alps? by Josie Herbert, Mountain Biker

Pining for the Alps?

Around about May the hankering sets in. I only have to hear a low industrial rumble faintly resembling a cable car drum and I can close my eyes and I’m off, leaning into the berms of La Roue Libre at Les Gets, or dangling my feet from the chair lift...

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Maintenance Routine 3 by Jon Smith

Maintenance Routine 3

Best Practice to do every six months or every 2 to 3 thousand miles.

This routine is for the professional bike shop/experienced/enthusiastic home mechanic and has the advantage of improving component life.

Maintenance Routine 1 + Maintenance Routine 2 plus re-greasing bearings, refitting parts and bleeding brakes.

Products required Foaming...

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Fenwick’s Junior Tour of the Mendip 2021 – Race Report by David Partridge

Fenwick’s Junior Tour of the Mendip 2021 – Race Report

Max Poole (Fensham Howes - MAS Design) and Eilidh Shaw (Tofauti Everyone Active) were general classification winners of the Fenwick’s Junior Men’s and inaugural Junior Women’s Tour of Mendip three-day race.

Poole added the title to the Fensham Howes - MAS Design Team’s growing summer haul with an impressive...

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Why We Support Fenwicks Junior Tour of Mendip by Jon Smith

Why We Support Fenwicks Junior Tour of Mendip

Our passion for cycling runs deep. Getting young people involved in cycling and the sport is very important to us. The junior racing scene in the UK is not the best it could be. Giving young riders the opportunity to race and have a great experience has been our aim...

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