Lubricants & Grease
The lubricant used the most is a liquid lube, which we sell in small drip and spray containers. We recommend purchasing our cycling-specific lubes because they're perfectly formulated for your two-wheeler. This matters because the typical all-around lubes sold at hardware stores are often too thick or too thin to lubricate your bike properly. And, they'll usually leave an oily residue that can make a mess of your machine and clothing.
How often should you lubricate your chain? Roughly every 100 miles, depending on conditions
Liquid lubes come in a wide and sometimes confusing variety. We can recommend one perfect for your bike and our riding conditions. You only need a small container and it'll last for many rides.
Depending on how much you plan to work on your bike, you may want to pick up some grease, too. This is a thicker lubricant made specifically for bearings. We sell it in squeeze tubes.