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The bike book : complete bicycle maintenance / James Witts and Mark Storey.

By: Witts, James.
Contributor(s): Storey, Mark [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Haynes owners workshop manual series: Publisher: Sparkford : Haynes Publishing, 2017Edition: 7th edition.Description: 193 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781785211348 (hbk.); 178521134X (hbk.).Other title: Haynes [At head of title:].Subject(s): Bicycles -- Maintenance and repairDDC classification: 629.28772
Partial contents:
1. Choosing a bike -- 2. Routine maintenance and repairs -- 3. Braking systems -- 4. Drivetrain -- 5. Contact points -- 6. Wheels -- 7. Frames, forks, steering and suspension -- 8. Safety, security and accessories -- 9. Appendices.
Summary: Now in its 23rd year of publication ... Compiled by a new author, this seventh edition is a major update to include all new developments in the cycling world along with a thorough check and revision of all existing material. New photography together with a refreshed page design offer the reader a user-friendly and contemporary manual - but still with the clear step-by-step approach for which Haynes is famous.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Now in its 23rd year of publication, The Bike Book continues to be a bestseller. Compiled by a new author, this seventh edition is a major update to include all new developments in the cycling world along with a thorough check and revision of all existing material. New photography together with a refreshed page design offer the reader a user-friendly and contemporary manual - but still with the clear step-by-step approach for which Haynes is famous.

Previous edition: 2012.

1. Choosing a bike -- 2. Routine maintenance and repairs -- 3. Braking systems -- 4. Drivetrain -- 5. Contact points -- 6. Wheels -- 7. Frames, forks, steering and suspension -- 8. Safety, security and accessories -- 9. Appendices.

Now in its 23rd year of publication ... Compiled by a new author, this seventh edition is a major update to include all new developments in the cycling world along with a thorough check and revision of all existing material. New photography together with a refreshed page design offer the reader a user-friendly and contemporary manual - but still with the clear step-by-step approach for which Haynes is famous.