Knowledge is power, a wise old cyclist once said. So when it comes to swotting up on first class fettling and learning your ferrules from your freewheels, we've found seven paper paths to enlightenment
Its magazine-like format is full of useful extra titbits of information alongside the main text and the step-by-step photos are clear and very helpful.
There's plenty of recognition of various standards by manufacturers too, with instructions for each.
With an impressive name drop, the book is foreworded by Geraint Thomas. Cheap, useful and pretty comprehensive. No index in the back is a hell of an oversight in a quick reference guide, though.
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