Do you know maintenance services?

Did you know that you can do maintenance after purchasing a fixie bike at BROTURES? Pistbike is a relatively easy bicycle for maintenance, Of course, there are consumables, so if you are riding without maintenance, There is also the possibility that it will lead to a failure or cause of an accident ... This time, I will explain parts with many failures, so Check out your own car together. First, the most important "break” Is the effect worse than when delivery? At first, the brakes that worked well have the wires and the grip is sweet.
The brake shoe (rubber part) may be exhausted!
If you are riding as it is, the brake is hard to work in case of emergency, In addition, the wheels will be damaged, so you need to replace the brake shoe and re -adjust the brake. next,"chain” The chain has grown like this, and it remains sagging, Is it rusted in the rain?
The chain is an important key to driving a bicycle, and if you leave it as it is It may cause trouble if it comes off or cuts off due to metal fatigue. To prevent this from happening, you need to replace and adjust the chain before that. lastly"tire"But do you usually put the air? If you get on without air, you will sandwich the tube with a step, which can also cause punk. Note that this is especially like this! !
If the tires are cracked or the fibers are visible We recommend tire replacement immediately. In addition, the running comfort will change greatly depending on the tires, so please consult with you such as upgrading. These are the parts that you want to check especially. If you apply a little, go to BROTURES near you. Even those who have not purchased at BROTURES are welcome! ! The mechanic will check and maintain carefully with responsibility. If you are a little worried, please feel free to come to the store. ◼︎Brotures Harajuku ◼︎ Click here for inventory status/order phone call Click here to call the store Click here for email Kiyo
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