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Old 10-24-08, 03:57 PM   #1
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reglular maintnance on a road bike

I recently acquired a road bike that is nice and i want to keep it that way. mainly, I want to know what to regularly check and what to do less often. The bike is full campi with veloce rear der, and daytona front der.
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The first things you check out are a good repair/maintenance manual and the Park Tool web site.

Campy stuff is no more (or less) difficult to adjust or maintain than any other brand but you have to be familiar with how any of them work.
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These sites should have the info you want:
http://www.seattlebiketours.org/memb...intenance.html

http://www.parktool.com/repair/bikemap.asp
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