Top 10: Bike Repair

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Top 10: Bike Repair

We have covered a lot of bike-related content over the years, and a lot of bike-repair-related content. Trouble is, we don’t have a separate repairs-only category, so assembling this round-up required manual cherry-picking from the many pages of our Bicycle category archive. I then picked my ten favorites, tabulated the pageviews for each, and counted the days since it was posted, and finally divided to get an average-traffic-per-day figure for each post. So this is probably my most scientifically-organized Top 10 to date. I hope you enjoy it. Happy Friday!

#10

How To: Make A Dial-Gauge Bicycle Wheel Building Stand For $100


#9

Bike Tool Roll


#8

Roadside Blind Welding In Malawi


#7

DIY Bicycle Repair Stand


#6

How-To: Re-Cover A Bike Saddle


#5

How To: Paint A Bike Frame


#4

How-To: Wrap Bike Handlebars


#3

Mister Jalopy’s Community Tool Box


#2

Make Your Own Low-Budget Wheel Truing Stand


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#1

Weekend Project: Bike Repair Stand

Did I miss a good one? Let me know, below!

10 thoughts on “Top 10: Bike Repair

  1. Erik Jenkins says:

    I really like this Bench Top PVC repair stand. I made one and have used it a lot.
    http://www.instructables.com/id/PVC-Bench-top-Bike-Repair-Stand/

  2. Jonathan Angliss says:

    I might be missing something, but #10 links back to wherever you’re looking at the page from. ie: front page the link goes back to the front page, if you’re looking at it from the single post, the link goes back to the single post.

    This looks like it’s because you have double double quotes in the link.

  3. Simone Sacchi says:

    Here’s the actual link for #10.

    http://www.chc-3.com/pub/wheel_stand.htm

    1. Sean Michael Ragan says:

      Apologies for the long delay and for the initial error.  The link is now fixed.  Thanks for taking the time to let us know.

    2. Sean Michael Ragan says:

      Apologies for the long delay and for the initial error.  The link is now fixed.  Thanks for taking the time to let us know.

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