Reparare Mi Bici Y, Ya!!!

bicycle repair manualThe second component of DIYBikeRepair is a comprehensive bike repair and maintenance manual.

It covers all types of bicycles as well as all aspects of bike mechanics from the simplest, like choice of tools, to more complex, like working on the power train.

With over 150 pages of fully illustrated instructions, detailed colored photos, notes and tips on almost every page, you’ll be up and running in no time.

The instructions are easy to follow and every single detail is well-explained. This is the manual you wished

your bike came with! Just listen to what Tom Lindsay.

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Repara tu bici y ya!

how to repair bike chainLearning proper bike maintenance and repair isn’t rocket science. It’s a skill that takes patience and practice, and that’s really all there is to it.

So, if you think that those “tricked out” bikes are work of some mechanical genius, think again. It’s just some regular guy like you and me who’s taken the time to learn how to do it. You DON’T need to be a mechanic to learn proper bicycle repair.

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Reparando tu bici y, ya!

Comprehensive, practical video and book guide to the essentials of bike maintenance and repair
For beginners and pros. Designed to teach the beginning cyclist how to perform basic tasks and the experienced cyclist how to carry out advanced repair techniques
Step-by-step, clear, detailed 200 part video series – like apersonal trainer guiding you. Skip and choose between topics and chapters as you like!
Highly illustrated manual with clear color photos. Learn the maintenance needs of different bikes, shows how the parts of a bike fit together, and tells you how best to use your tools to perform basic tasks such as cleaning and lubricating.
Incredibly detailed. Everything is broken down by chapters for the various mechanical systems of the bicycle and educates you on the various technologies and tools involved.
You will learn all tricks of the trade and acquire techniques that the professional repair shops don’t want you to know.

 


– Leo Williams
Professional Racer
USA Cycling Org.
A Must For Anyone Who Is Serious About Biking… 

“Haynes is famous for automobile and bike repair books, and this is even better than those.

All photos are in color, the steps are broken down and illustrated clearly, with the use of tools shown explicitly. Very nicely done. DIYBIkeRepair is a must for anybody who is serious about biking.”

There is simply too much to list but to get a better idea of what is included, see the list below:

General Repair & maintenance

Cleaning, Lubricating and Troubleshooting
Gear System Overview
Service and Replace Cables, Cassettes Service and Replace Chainsets
Adjust Indexing & Gear Ratios
How to Adjust a Bikes Headset
How to Adjust a Bikes Hub
How to Adjust a Bottom Bracket
How to Change a Bicycle Chain
How to Change a Bicycle Tire
How to Adjust Bicycle Handlebars
How to Change a Flat Bike Tire
How to Check a Bikes Hanger Alignmen
tHow to Fix a Bicycle Spoke
How to Choose Fenders for Your Bike
How to Cut a Bikes Cable Housing
How to Determine the Correct Saddle Height for Your Bike
How to Fix a Bike Chain That Has Fallen Off
How to Fix a Rusty Bicycle Chain
How to Fix a Slipped Bicycle Chain
How to Install a Threadless Stem for Your Bike
How to Install Bar Ends for Your Bike
How to Prevent Rust in Your Bike Frame
How to Replace a Bikes Brake Pads
How to Replace a Bikes Chain Rings
How to Replace Bike Grips
How to Replace Bike Handlebars
How to Tape Handlebars on a Road Bike
How to Adjust Bicycle Handlebars
How to Adjust the Brakes on Your Bicycle
How to Convert a Bike to Fixed Gear
How to Fix a Poorly Shifting Bicycle
How to Install a Quill Stem for Your Bike
How to Pedal the Correct Revolutions Per Minute
How to Set Up Your Road Bike for Racing
How to Tighten or Loosen Bicycle Brakes

Easy D-I-Y Series

Change the Stock Tires on a Bike
Change Your Bicycle Seat Angle
Deflate a Bicycle Tire
Find Your Seat Height
Install a Bicycle Tire
Install Bicycle Handlebars
Install Bicycle Pedals
Install Break Levers on a Bicycle Handlebar
Install the Shifter Lever on Bicycle Handlebars
Pick Bicycle Handlebars
Remove a Bicycle Seat
Remove a Flat Tire from a Bicycle Wheel
Remove Bicycle Pedals
Remove Handlebars on Your Mountain Bike
Remove Tires from Mountain Bikes
Tips for Adjusting Your Bicycle Seat Height
Tips for Bicycle Seats
Tips for Changing a Bicycle Tire

Custom Gears and Parts

Changing a Mountain Bike Front Spindle and Derailleur
Going From Three to Two Bike Chain Rings
How to Change a Bikes Handlebar Stem
How to Change a Derailleur
How to Change a Gear Cassette
How to Change Chain Rings
How to Change Stock Parts
How to Install a Mountain Bike Gear Cassette
How to Install a New Bike Handlebar Stem
How to Remove a Gear Cassette
How to Remove a Handlebar Stem
How to Remove Chain Rings
How to Replace Small Chain Rings
How to Store Gear Cassette After its Removal
Learn Handlebar Stem Adjustments
Replacing Chain Rings

Mountain Biking Safety

Choose the Right Cycling Clothing
How to Check the Tire Pressure
How to Conduct a Brakes Safety Check
How to Conduct a Wheel Safety Check
How to Fall Gracefully
How to Jump Off a Mountain Bike
How to Shift Gears
Learn About Clipless Pedals
Learn How Gears Work on a Mountain Bike
Learn the Different Pedal Systems
Pick a Properly Fitting Helmet
Pick the Right Tool Kit
Understand Safety Gear for Mountain Bikers
Understand Shifting Problems
Understand Trail Rules

General Information

How to Buy a Bicycle
How to Buy a Road Bike Fork
How to Buy a Used Bike
How to Buy Rain Gear for a Bike
How to Determine the Correct Frame Size
How to Determine Which Type of Bike to Buy
How to Do a Wheelie on a Bike
How to Do an Endo or Stoppie on a Bike
How to Buy a Bike Computer
How to Buy a Bike Indoor Trainer
How to Buy a Bike Rack for Your Car
Suspension Parts and Maintenance

Tuning and Adjusting Coil, Air-Sprung Forks
Tuning and Adjusting Rear Suspension
Adjust Damping Compression
Adjust Damping Rebound
Front Sag Setting Tips
Front Suspension Systems
Damper Tips
Front Sag Setting Tips
Front Suspension Systems
Front Suspension Tips
Rear Sag Setting Tips
Rear Suspension Systems
Rear Suspension Tips
Suspension Ported Dampers
Suspension Systems
Tire Pressure Tips
Tire Selection Tips
Tire Tricks & Selection Tips
Wet Roads Safety Tips
Rear Sag Setting Tips
Tires in Wet Conditions
Front Sag for Mountain Bikes
Tips for Damping Settings
Tips for Mountain Bike Suspension Dampers
Tube vs. Tubeless Bicycle Tires
Tubeless Mountain Bike Tires
Types of Mountain Bike Dampers
Types of Mountain Bike Tires

Advanced DIY Repairing

The Complete Guide to Derailleurs
The Quick Release, Spokes, Hubs, Rims and Wheel Truing
Maintain and Upgrade Callipers, V-Brakes Cable and Hydraulic Disc Brakes
The Drive Train – Maintain and Upgrade
Working with Cranks, Chain Rings
Care and Maintenance for a Mountain Bike
Choose Gears for Mountain Bikes
External Ball Bearing and Mountain Biking Tips
Function of Bolt Circle BCD
Install External Ball Bearings
Install ISIS & the Chai
Install Square Taper Cranks
Remove External Bearing Cranks
Remove ISIS from a Mountain Bike
Remove Square Taper Crank
What are Crank and Bottom Bracket
What are External Bearing Cranks
What is the Bolt Circle BC & the Chainguide
Adjust Stem Height on a Mountain Bike
Adjust the Headset on Mountain Bikes
Bed In New Brake Pads
Bleed Brakes with Avid System
Bleed Brakes with Hytes System
Different Headsets for Mountain Bikes
Different Systems For a Mountain Bike
How Do Hydraulic Calipers Work
Overview of Brake System
Overview on Headset System
Remove & Replace Brake Pads
Remove Mountain Bike Wheels
Replace Brake Pads on Hayes System Bikes
Downhill Mountain Biking Brakes
Replace Brakes on Mountain Bikes
Tips for Removing Brake Pads
Tips for When To Replace Brakes
Types of Headsets
What are Hydraulic Calipers

Cyclocross Bikes

Advice and Chain Retention Tips
Advice and Gearing Size Tips
How to Adjust Clincher Tire Pressure
How to Adjust Handlebar Controls
How to Adjust Handlebar Width
How to Adjust Seat Height
How to Adjust Tubular Tire Pressure
How to Change a Road Bike to a Cyclocross Bike
How to Distribute Weight on Cyclocross Bikes
How to Select Tire Tread
How to Set Up Cyclocross Bike Brakes
How to Tweak Brake Setup
How to Tweak Cable Routing

Road Bike Maintenance

Adjusting Threaded Headsets
Choose the Right Pedals for a Road Bike
Create a Road Bike Checklist
How to Inflate your Tires
How to Make Shift Adjustments
How to Measure your Bicycle Seat Height
How to Ride a Road Bike
How to Set Up a Bicycle Chain
How to Shift a Road Bike
Learn Regular Maintenance for Road Bikes
Learn Road Bike Gearing Tips
Learn Road Bike Information
Learn Sitting Positions
Learn the Parts of a Road Bike
Learn Tips for Road Bike Chains
Understand the Lifespan of a Tire

 

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ya, repara tu bici y punto.


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Bike Repair Videos & Manuals Complete Training Course – Contains over 200+ step-by-stepprofessional bike repair videos & hundreds of illustrations, photos and easy to follow instructions.
Learn how to fix, maintain or upgrade any bicycle– Covers road, race and mountain bikes, from the simplest repair procedure to the most complex. No stone is left unturned!
No matter if you’re an amateur or a professional, you’ll learn the secrets and techniques of bike repair mechanics.
Answers all your questions, shows you the short-cuts with detailed specifications, exploded views, and photographs

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Fact is, you can learn a lot watching bike mechanics “operate”. You can learnwhat tools to use, and how to apply them, and what pieces fall out when you take something apart.

But who has time to hang around a bike shop? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a book & video course that shows you what to expect, and how to deal with it? This is where DIYBikeRepair comes in.

Customer Reviews:

“After watching these videos for the second time, I went to tear every part of my bike apart, and more importantly, successfully put it back together! This book makes it fun to work on bikes!

The course is well presented, funny, informative, and covers almost everything. I highly recommend it to anyone who owns a bike and is interested in learning to maintain it! “

Robert Gross
Philadelphia, PA

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“This is a course that anybody with a bike needs. It covers all aspects of bike mechanics from the simplest, like choice of tools, to more complex, like working on the power train. There is a lot of practical advice about dealing with problems on the road such as straightening the front end after a collision, to replacing broken spokes.”

Ralph Davis
Canton, OH

 

“This is a great instructional video series for bicycle maintenance. It is written so that a novice in bicycle repair can understand the procedures. There is a chapter on how to disassemble and repair each aspect of your bicycle in detailed form. The book covers all different types of components on both road and mountain bikes.

The instructions are easy to follow. The pictures are clear, and one can easily see what the presenters are talking about. This course makes a great reference manual and will enhance one’s basic knowledge of bicycle mechanics.”

Ross Wilson
London, UK

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“The best videos for bike repair and maintenace I’ve ever had. Good, clear text and instructions made it easy for me to understnad what to do and why. It enabled me to completely overhaul my bike last winter, and now it rides great ”

Perry Bieves
Canberra, Australia

 

“I have to say before getting DIYBikeRepair, I was a little worried it would be to advanced for someone so mechanically challanged to follow but it details just about every thing you would ever want to do on a bike that even someone like me can follow.”

Kyle Feltz
High Springs, FL

 

“I have a 1999 mountain bike that I love and want to maintain. All of the problems that i’ve encountered have been addressed in the book. Each chapter on repair has a quick reference diagnosis chart.

If you don’t already know much about bike repair, but love your bike, this is for you!”

Marshall Downs
Santa Fe, NM

 

“One of the best book there is out there as for quality of pictures, angle of pictures, technics, hints, trick of the trade, etc. The book covers most bikes. It contains colored pictures, notes and tips on almost every page and is very well explained.”

Bethany Gaines
Clermont, FL

 

“I used this baby to take apart that Target bike I had hanging in the garage for 5 years. It was great, it had everything, even the cheap cruddy gear on my bike was covered, and I managed to put the bike back together again too!

I discovered there was more to chain lube than that old can that you pushed on the bottom and dripped oil on the chain with. I am a complete neophyte (mechanically speaking) took this bike to pieces and it went back together with not one screw left over. Highly recommeneded!”

Jaime Burt
Quebec, Canada

 

“I got DIYBikeRepair in anticipation of receiving a bicycle purchased off the internet, as I knew the bike would need assembly and a good amount of adjusting. After purchasing this course, I got all the info I needed to get the bike up and running, and it included many vital tips I would not have known otherwise.

Basic stuff like how to adjust seat and handlebar position and angle were well explained. But what was truly a saving grace for me was the chapter on disc brake assembly, adjustment, and care. That chapter alone was worth the book purchase. In short, this book will make bike ownership safer, more fun, and more satisfying.”

Seth Mosley 
Monroe, NY

 

“I owned an old Trek 800 for 8 years, and rode it until the wheels fell off. I never did much maintenance on it, and I told myself that when I upgraded to a new bike, I would learn to do the maintenance myself. Well, I got that new bike, and have been keeping it in pristine condition because of DIYBikeRepair. I highly recommend it. It’s entertaining, informative and easy to follow and find what you need.”

Gerald Boyle
Norfolk, UK

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Ya, Repara cualquier falla en tu bici!

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Date: Monday, January 14.
From The Desk Of Dave Delgado, 


Professional Bike Designer & Owner of DIYBikeRepair

Which makes you more frustrated… a bike that never seems to work properly, or spending hundreds of dollars repairing it each year?

Lets face it… repairing or maintaining your bicycle is a hassle and oftentimes, daunting. Even worst are bike shops that charge you an arm and a leg for basic repairs!

What if I told you that you can save hundreds of dollars by simply fixing your bicycle yourself, and easily learn how to maintain it in tip-top condition easily and quickly?

Most bike repair books and videos are complete garbage.

how to repair bike tireI have looked at just about every bike repair & maintenance material out there. I don’t like any of them.

Why? Either they are too vague and basically are advertisements for professional repairs or they are outdated even in the latest editions: Or, worse yet,expensive advertisements for tools and gimmicks.

The truth is, I have spent a ton of time looking online and reading books. Most guides skip over many important parts and their diagrams are confusing,unclear, or even wrong. No wonder it seemed so hard!

Well, that’s about to change… Introducing:


bike repair manual

Bike Repair Videos & Manuals Complete Training Course – Contains over 200+ step-by-stepprofessional bike repair videos & hundreds of illustrations, photos and easy to follow instructions.
Learn how to fix, maintain or upgrade any bicycle– Covers road, race and mountain bikes, from the simplest repair procedure to the most complex. No stone is left unturned!
No matter if you’re an amateur or a professional, you’ll learn the secrets and techniques of bike repair mechanics.
Answers all your questions, shows you the short-cuts with detailed specifications, exploded views, and photographs

Fact is, you can learn a lot watching bike mechanics “operate”. You can learnwhat tools to use, and how to apply them, and what pieces fall out when you take something apart.

But who has time to hang around a bike shop? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a book & video course that shows you what to expect, and how to deal with it? This is where DIYBikeRepair comes in.

 

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Cuando repararas tu bici?

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Date: Friday, January 11.
From The Desk Of Dave Delgado, 


Professional Bike Designer & Owner of DIYBikeRepair

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#2 Repara tu bicicleta y ya.

how to repair bike chainLearning proper bike maintenance and repair isn’t rocket science. It’s a skill that takes patience and practice, and that’s really all there is to it.

So, if you think that those “tricked out” bikes are work of some mechanical genius, think again. It’s just some regular guy like you and me who’s taken the time to learn how to do it. You DON’T need to be a mechanic to learn proper bicycle repair.

I’ve held nothing back. Everything you ever need to know about fixing, maintaining and upgrade your bike is included – stuff that took me years to learn and master.

Even if you’re a seasoned mechanic, you’ll find a new technique or two that cankick your skill level into the stratosphere. If you’re a beginner, you’ll be privy to training that would cost you years of time, and tons of money.

But thats not all. DIYBikeRepair also includes a comprehensive bike repair and maintenance manual to accompany the videos!

bicycle repair manualThe second component of DIYBikeRepair is a comprehensive bike repair and maintenance manual.

It covers all types of bicycles as well as all aspects of bike mechanics from the simplest, like choice of tools, to more complex, like working on the power train.

With over 150 pages of fully illustrated instructions, detailed colored photos, notes and tips on almost every page, you’ll be up and running in no time.

The instructions are easy to follow and every single detail is well-explained. This is the manual you wished your bike came with! Just listen to what Tom Lindsay has to say:

Tom Lindsay
Grundy, VA
This Book Pays For Itself Many Times Over…. 

“This can’t be beat for price and quality. This is the most complete one yet. After looking at several other bicycle repair manuals, it was a joy to come across this that is just right on the money.

This is something that belongs on the bookshelf of every bicyclist out there. The book easily pays for itself many times over by giving the novice bicycle mechanic the guidance and instruction in doing his own repairs.”

Listen, you don’t have to take your bike to the local repair shop. Why pay hundreds of dollars when you can do it all by yourself!

Bike repair is not just a great hobby, it’s an immensely useful skill! You cansave an enormous amount of money and time by doing your own repairs, and you can customize your bike to your heart’s content.

Whats more, doing your own repair means that you DON’T have to pay workshops to do what you can do.

DIYBikeRepair have been distributed all over the world. It’s almost embarrassing, but I get letters and emails from customers who have used what they’ve learned to repair, maintain and even upgrade their own bikes. Some of them have even gone on to start successful bike repair businesses.

But don’t just take my word for it… listen to what satisfied customers have to say:


– Derek Barlow Harpster, OH
The Best Repair Manual & Videos On The Market! 

“Regardless of your skill level, this book and video collection is a great to have on hand. The videos are well presented, manuals are clearly written, good diagrams and pictures.

I’ve watched tons of these vids on this topic and this one is the only one that makes me think I could do this. This is the best bicycle repair manual and video course on the market by far. Highly recommended for all bicycle enthusiasts.


– Ernest Oneil
East Sussex, UK
Makes Tackling The Most Daunting Task Fun & Easy! 

“Dave’s friendly advice and years of experience make tackling even the most daunting task fun and easy! No matter what mountain or road bike you may have in your garage, chances are you’ll find it-and the way to fix it-in these videos. I would recommend it to anyone just getting started with bicycle maintenance.”


– Willard Le
Denver, CO
Nobody Teaches These Skills Better Than Dave

“Understanding the mechanics of your bike, knowing how to adjust it to suit your riding style, and knowing how to keep it running smoothly are essential to your mountain biking performance. Nobody teaches these skills better than Dave Delgado.

This book should work for just about every cyclist out there, whether you’re a road warrior, hard-core mountain biker, or just enjoy a casual ride to the coffee shop on Sunday mornings.

But that’s not all. Don’t procrastinate your order because the next 100 21 people who order DIYBikeRepair will get this great bonus at no cost.

mountain bike repairIf you order DIYBikeRepair right NOW, I will give you my guide on bicycle tuneup secrets and upkeeping tips. (this alone is valued at over $125!)

These are tips and tricks that I’ve learnt over the past 20 years. Every single page shows you how things work witheasy to follow instructions and diagrams.

Unlock The Hidden Potential Of Your Bike!

You will discover hidden tweaks and tips to improve your biking experience plus scores of specialist tips and loads of “inside” workshop information tounlock the hidden potential of your bike!

Discover the art of “preventive maintenance” to keep your bike in tip-top condition. I will even walk you through the arduous task of rebuilding ancient parts that some shop mechanics haven’t even heard of.

This book will answer all the questions you had about the upkeep and operation of a bike, but more importantly, it’ll answer the questions you didn’t know enough to ask!

Do note that due to limited supplies, this invaluable guide is available for a limitednumber of people. So if you want to get DIYBikeRepair with this free bonus guide, all you need to do is click the button below…

I’m offering the entire “DIYBikeRepair” Package with all the videos, manuals & bonuses For A Measly One-Time Investment Of Just$137.00 $67.00 $47 (Price will go up to $137.00 soon)

That’s right, when you take action now you’ll get access to DIYBikeRepair 200+ videos, the “Bike maintenance and Repair Manual” as well as my bonus “TuneUp Secrets & Upkeep Tips” guide for only $47.00!

And no. That’s not a misprint, that is the complete price.

Since all these contain the exact techniques I use to repair and maintain bicycles for over 20 years , you can imagine the incredible value that is only one click away…

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This is the lowest price you’ll find anywhere for this level of quality information and you’ll save hundreds over workshop fees.

Simply by watching these videos and reading the manuals, you can ‘download’ this system into your brain. And if you ever have a question about how to do something, just pop in a video and you can SEE exactly what to do next.

Order DIYBikeRepair right now . Take your time and evaluate it. Try the techniques for yourself. In fact, go ahead and work on your bicycle.

You have plenty of time to make sure that this is right for you because if you are not 100% satisfied, I will give you every penny of your money back. No hassles and no questions asked.

And I’ll give you a full 60 days to make up your mind. You’ve nothing to lose. This is my personal promise to you.

Simple. This is my passion and I know this stuff “forward and backward”. I’ve been doing this for more than 20 years.

Look, I’ve put my heart and soul into this, and frankly, I won’t feel this is a success unless you’ve learnt something with DIYBikeRepair too. And I mean that sincerely.

Click on the “Add To Cart” button below:

Take out your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express and claim your copy of DIYBikeRepair.

This would be the best investment you’ll ever make for your bike… Get started now:

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Here’s what you’ll get:

Everything you need to get started! You’ll get over 200+ videos + The Complete Bike Repair and Maintainence Manuals with hundreds of pages of pure no fluff, step-by-step, complete how-to instructions. You’ll be equipped with my knowledge for you to start fixing and maintaining your bike like a pro!
Free Bonus: TuneUp Secrets & Upkeep Tips – Over 20 years of experience condensed into a book that shows you tips and tricks to unlock the hidden potential of your bike.
I reserve to end this discount price and the bonus at anytime. If you want this deal, you’ll have to order it right now.
Remember, you are protected by my 100% money back policy. If you are not satisfied for any reason within 60 days, I guarantee I will refund each and every penny you paid.

Sincerely,

Dave Delgado,
Professional Bike Designer & Owner of DIYBikeRepair

P.S. So here’s the deal. Order now and take the class. mean REALLY take the class. Get as much out of it as you can.

Once it’s over, ask yourself, “was this worth it?” If your answer isn’t a resounding HELL YES, then let me know and I’ll refund every penny. So you literally have nothing to lose.

P.S.S. Get your hands on DIYBikeRepair for a one time payment of $47. For less than a night out, you get access to information that make bike ownership safer, more fun, and more satisfying.

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