A squeaky clean bike is hard to get but pro mechanics get six to nine bikes a day looking as good as new. How do they do it? The answer is a good setup. A bike stand with proper cleaning cleaning products and a pressure washer. If you have a pressure washer however, use it with caution. You are probably not replacing bearings nearly as often as these guys. The high pressure can get water into the bearings not to mention take the paint off your bike if you’re not careful. Other than that, follow this Saxo-Tinkoff’s pro-mechanics lead. If it’s good enough for the World Champion it’s good enough for the rest of us.
How to wash your bikeHere’s your full tutorial on how to wash your bike, world-champion style! After the finish of Tirreno Adriatico stage 4, our trusted mechanic Alejandro Torralbo made sure the bike of Peter Sagan was squeaky clean. Thanks to #MorganBlue for their top-quality cleaning and lubrication products and Feedback Sports for their outstanding bike stands!
It’s a long video but you now have no excuses!!!
Posted by Tinkoff on Sunday, March 13, 2016