Tag archive for ‘wrenching’

  • Mechanical Mondays: Setting Up Those Brakes

    The reverse toe-in often works better than the front.

    It’s the off-season, so it’s time to be making changes to your cyclocross bike after what you experienced last season. For some, that could mean swapping brakes. Daimeon Shanks, pro mechanic and co-owner of The Service Course repair shop in…

  • An Interview with Jason Gardner, the Genie-Wrench Behind Jinji Cycles

    by Lee Waldman One of the people who made my ’cross season last year run so smoothly was my mechanic, Jason Gardner, owner of Jinji Cycles. I love his motto: “Engineering a higher standard in bicycle maintenance and repair.” It…

  • An Interview with Todd Gold, the Organic Mechanic

    I met Todd Gold on a cyclocross training ride last fall. He appeared to be just another guy who was younger and faster than I was as he rode me off of his wheel up a longish grind. Later on…

  • Building Up a Cyclocross Bike, Part by Part

    Cyclocross Magazine reader and ‘cross newbie Chris Cowan discovered ‘cross after last season, and decided he’d build himself a bike late this spring to get comfortable on it prior to his first ‘cross race. It’s up and running finally, and…



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