Your chain doesn’t like warm coastal air

If you took your bike down to the coast for the summer holidays, you no doubt enjoyed some spectacular riding.
But the sea air, especially along the warmer, humid seaside on the east coast can take its toll on the metal components of your bike.
The exposed metal of your chains and components are the most susceptible to rust.

Keep your chain running Smoove

You shouldn’t wait until rust sets in to take care of your
components, it’s important to keep your chain and
components maintained and well lubricated. This will
not only improve their longevity, it will also improve
the quality and enjoyment of your ride, and could
save you the trouble and money of having to fix a
poorly maintained component
that breaks under the pressure.

A serviced bike is more fun to ride, improves performance and saves you money.