Old 09-27-18, 07:53 AM
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Originally Posted by DrIsotope View Post
Unless you're a regular winter-weather rider, a bike is best served by a quick wipe-down with a microfiber and whatever you choose to clean the bike with.
Yeah. Absent special circumstances (See my post above. I literally had more than an inch of mud caked on the brakes and other places. I even had to spray my shoes.) or regular foul weather riding, I agree with the above.

I once read an article in which the author likened to cleaning a bike to cleaning a toilet. If regularly give it a quick once over, it's not a big deal. If you do it infrequently, it will likely be a messy affair when you do get around to it. As an life-long bachelor, I can vouch for that.
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