How long have you been cycling for?
What’s your top bike maintenance tip?
If you run fox forks, put your bike upside down every now and then so that the sponges at the seals get a good soaking.
What are your favourite Weldtite products?
The patch kits and TF2.
Where are your favourite locations to ride?
Arran and Scottish Highlands.
What bike do you ride at the moment?
Giant reign 1.
How often do you carry out bike maintenance?
At least once a week.
What do you love about cycling?
The ability to go anywhere and have an amazing time and meet like-minded people that are always willing to talk about their rides.
All in all a must for anyone that likes to keep their bike in top shape. It can save you a fortune on replacing a whole drive train.Read full review →
Both products did their jobs very well considering they weren’t intended for wet muddy rides and should Scotland get another dry spell I will be sure to use them over a wet lube.Read full review →
Overall I am very impressed with them and something I will continue to use!Read full review →
I was really pleased to see this when it arrived. Scotland hasn't had the best summer and so my chain was really claggy and packed up with grim.Read full review →
The tool is a great idea and makes a lot of sense if you are someone that likes to change your tyres a lot. It is very simple to use and the instructions are easy to follow - just make sure that the tyre is totally deflated and if it is well seated push it off the rim a bit. The tool lifts tyres off effortlessly and quickly. Putting a tyre back on is even easier and its really quick. The strong plastic leaver is able to cope with even the most stubborn tyres without snapping. I tried it on 2.2 XC tyres as well as 2.5 DH ones and it worked perfectly.Read full review →
Having a clean drive train is essential to ensure clean smooth shifting and long life of components. The G-strings do an excellent job in cleaning the cassette and the rear derailleur.Read full review →
My first thoughts were that it was a nice size bottle - not too big, not to small. It could be thrown in a bag and taken on the trails or left at home in a tool box and still find it. The application of it was very easy although it was a wee bit too runny for my liking, meaning that it came out quite fast and meant that there was some wastage.Read full review →