bike maintenance: chain maintenance clinic - May 14, 2015

The WMC offers COVID conscious opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Participants of all in-person events should bring and wear face coverings, expect social distancing, and changes to our usual practices.
Regular maintenance of your chain is necessary to keep your drive training functioning properly and to prolong the life of your cassette and other components. Carl Kunz will host this clinic that reviews the basics of chain maintenance and tools of the trade. He will demonstrate how to replace a worn chain and how to repair a damaged chain when you encounter an on-the-road emergency. He will also discuss the relative merits of different types of lubricants. If you know you need to replace your chain, feel free to bring your bike and a new chain and Carl will guide you through the process. (You should also bring a bike stand if you have one.) No tools are required for this clinic, which will be conducted in Carl and Katie's garage at their home in Sandy. Feel free to bring a sandwich and a beverage. We will arrange to have the gate to Granite Oaks open so no code is needed. Please RSVP if you plan to attend.

Organizer:Katie Kunz
Date:Thu May 14 2015
Meeting Place:3627 East Granite Bench Ln. in Sandy (exit off Little Cottonwood Canyon Rd.). Please note this address does NOT appear on Google maps. It shows up on Map Quest or Bing, and perhaps your GPS unit.
Meeting Time:6:00 pm