When curiosity kills the cat! Have you ever wondered how well those AI writers actually work? This three-part series was my experiment with using AI to write a mountain bike blog about what bike repair tools every mountain biker should carry. Enjoy!
Top 10 tools every mountain biker should have
This article is all about the tools you need to get the job done right the first time. A great tool for a great price is sure to be an ideal addition to any equipment bag. But what about a bit more than that? What if you’re looking at some type of professional photography or video production job? Well then this article might just be for you! If you’re serious about your bike and have the necessary skills, chances are that there are plenty of photo and video-producing companies out there that will support your project. And as we all know, finding good work is something that takes a lot of hard work and dedication. So what are you waiting for? Read on for a list of our top 10 tools, so you can get started on the right track!
A good mountain bike helmet
After you’ve got your gear packed away in your bag and your bike ready to go, it’s time to get going. mountain biking doesn’t have any set time for gatherings or conventions so you need to make do with what you have on hand. Mountain bike helmets have become one of the most popular styles of helmets on the market today and there are a variety of different brands available. While every helmet should have a goodoof rating (to ensure it lasts as long as possible), the comfort and protection from head injuries are essential for performance. A good helmet that provides good protection from impact and a comfortable fit will be able to last you a long time.
A spare battery
If you’re looking for a quick and easy fix for a loose battery, a spare battery is a great idea. You can often find these used on e-commerce sites for inexpensive rates. This can easily become a money-maker for you as more sales are made when someone sees your price and options. It also keeps your phone charged and ready to go at all times because you won’t have to recharge it when you’re on the move.
A spare tube of gas
One of the most important tools you can have in your garage is a spare tube of gas. For the best results, you want to buy gas that is over 30 miles per gallon. This will ensure that you have enough gas to get you and your bike to where you need it. Thankfully, this is extremely easy to do. You can buy your gas in advance and have it waiting for you at home when you’re ready to use it.
A spare chain
A spare chain is also very important for mountain biking. Over the years, many mountain bike setups have become flimsy and broken spoolins have become a common cause. A spare chain will ensure that you have a strong, reliable and easy to get bike. If you’re looking for a good deal, you can often find spare chains for under $50.
A spare tire
Tire shopping can be a stressful process, but it can be made easier with a spare tire. Many mountain bike dealers and shops will supply you with a spare tire that you can use on your bike. This is ideal if you’re interested in trail riding or commuting. It’s also a good idea to get a spare chain and spindle if possible. Another handy item you can get with a spare tire is a spare ice axe. This is particularly helpful if you’re trying to negotiate a better price with retailers and Henrys.
An ice axe
An ice axe is a must-have ski or iceboarding gear item. If you want to do freestyle or leviathan skiing or snowboarding then an ice axe is the perfect item to go with. These are very light, durable and easy to mount on a helmet. The appearance of an ice axe is very important because it will last much longer than those made of heavier materials. An ice axe can be used for both snow and ice so it’s a good idea to get a pair.
A soldering iron
If you’re looking to do serious work like traditional magic and lighting things up, a soldering iron is a must-have. If you’re trying to repair and/or light weight items like streetlights, laptops or flashlights, a soldering iron is a must-have. These are incredibly simple devices that will do all the work for you. You can often find these for under $100.
8. A zip tool for bags and cases
You don’t need a lot of tools for mountain biking but you still need to make do with what you have. A great way to do this is with a zip tool for bags and cases. You can find these often for around $30. Simply unpack the case, separate the parts and then connect the pieces together with the included zip tool.
9. A bottle opener
Bottle openers are very useful and can be found for under $10. These are usually double as bottle openers and are great for when you’re on the go and don’t want to take up too much room in your bag.
10. A tripod
Do you ever feel dorky when you’re on the move? Luckily, you don’t need to be a professional photographer to use a tripod as a steady and reliable partner. These are great for low light photography and for getting closeups of anyone or anything you want to document. The quality of these is excellent and they won’t break the bank.
Go forth and get to work
Besides all of these handy tools, it’s also important to make sure you have something to plug your bike into when you’re ready to go. Like with every purchase, you should be mindful of the cost and make sure you’re not going to regret it. These will all add up over time and you’re going to spend a great deal of time looking for new gear. Read on for a list of the 10 best tools for mountain biking.