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Anybody's Bike Book: A Comprehensive Manual of Bike Repairs.

Anybody's Bike Book - An Original Manual of Bicycle Repairs - Tom Cuthbertson - Rick Morrall - Ten Speed Press 1971 - Softcover . The most popular color? You guessed it: black.

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Bike tour guide and repair manager. Dennis Bailey: This book is dedicated to Randy Bike Repair.

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In Anybody’s Bike Book, Tom used simple terms and clear instructions accompanied by Rick Morrall’s accurate yet always goofy illustrations to make bike repair sound easy and even better, fun. He truly made anyone feel like they could fix their own bike, or at least the basic stuff that.

Demystifying The 10-Speed. Anybody’s Bike Book had a huge effect on millions of cyclists when it came out. The world was in the grip of an oil crisis causing gasoline shortages that crippled transportation.

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Still unparalleled for its friendly tone, easy-to-follow instructions, and fun funky illustrations. A Ten Speed Classic!From the Hardcover edition.

Anybody's Bike Book: An Original Manual of Bicycle Repairs epub download

ISBN13: 978-0898150032

ISBN: 0898150035

Author: Tom Cuthbertson

Category: Sports and Outdoors

Subcategory: Individual Sports

Language: English

Publisher: Ten Speed Press (October 1, 1979)

ePUB size: 1992 kb

FB2 size: 1894 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 686

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Renthadral
Some of the best technical writing ever published.
Renthadral
Some of the best technical writing ever published.
Androlhala
great help
Androlhala
great help
MarF
seems like a good enough book. I also have the ZINN book art of bicycle maintenence.
I bought this one because it is small for my first bike tour.
MarF
seems like a good enough book. I also have the ZINN book art of bicycle maintenence.
I bought this one because it is small for my first bike tour.
Yndanol
I have the edition from 1979 and it's beat all to hell from years of use. ABB has helped me do my own repairs, saved hundreds of $ from bike shops and I still refer to it when I need reminders.
However, the author Tom Cuthbertson, as friendly as his tone is in most of the book cannot help but put in some of his angry bias towards certain things and suggestions which, if followed, can turn out to be big mistakes later on which could hurt instead of help you.
For example: It is suggested that you remove and throw away the horizontal brake levers which is found on most 10 speed style drop down handlebars. Don't follow that advice if you like to ride with your hands on the horizontal part of those handlebars like I do 99.9% of the time. Those levers are crucial to making a quick yield. I followed this idiot's advice and got rid of those brake levers and one time almost got into an accident because I couldn't brake in time. (I have put them back on and they have helped me every time.)
TC is also against you having a bike lock and suggests that you just use your eye to watch your bike for security. Yeah. Like my eye is going to stop a thief as I watch him ride away. Get a lock. Use it all the time even if you go into a store for a minute.
The plastic or metal chain guard on the rear wheel. Leave it on. It is not dead weight as the moron TC writes. I was naive enough to take it off as suggested but then more than once the chain jumped my large rear sprocket and damaged the spokes to the point where they got weak and later on broke. (It is a pain in the buttinsky to change a spoke. Prevention is the best cure.)
Lesson learned and now I have one on all my bikes where they will now stay.
If you don't want a stupid, biased attitude with bogus and bad advice to go along with help for bike repairs, get another book.
If you must buy this book for yourself or someone else, proceed with caution.
Yndanol
I have the edition from 1979 and it's beat all to hell from years of use. ABB has helped me do my own repairs, saved hundreds of $ from bike shops and I still refer to it when I need reminders.
However, the author Tom Cuthbertson, as friendly as his tone is in most of the book cannot help but put in some of his angry bias towards certain things and suggestions which, if followed, can turn out to be big mistakes later on which could hurt instead of help you.
For example: It is suggested that you remove and throw away the horizontal brake levers which is found on most 10 speed style drop down handlebars. Don't follow that advice if you like to ride with your hands on the horizontal part of those handlebars like I do 99.9% of the time. Those levers are crucial to making a quick yield. I followed this idiot's advice and got rid of those brake levers and one time almost got into an accident because I couldn't brake in time. (I have put them back on and they have helped me every time.)
TC is also against you having a bike lock and suggests that you just use your eye to watch your bike for security. Yeah. Like my eye is going to stop a thief as I watch him ride away. Get a lock. Use it all the time even if you go into a store for a minute.
The plastic or metal chain guard on the rear wheel. Leave it on. It is not dead weight as the moron TC writes. I was naive enough to take it off as suggested but then more than once the chain jumped my large rear sprocket and damaged the spokes to the point where they got weak and later on broke. (It is a pain in the buttinsky to change a spoke. Prevention is the best cure.)
Lesson learned and now I have one on all my bikes where they will now stay.
If you don't want a stupid, biased attitude with bogus and bad advice to go along with help for bike repairs, get another book.
If you must buy this book for yourself or someone else, proceed with caution.
SoSok
The classic manual for owners and buyers of one-speed, three-speed, and ten speed bikes. Immensely readable and clearly illustrated, it guides the do it yourselfer in finding the problem and fixing it. Covers tools needed, brakes, handlebars, stem, headset, powertrain, wheels, seat, fork and frames.
SoSok
The classic manual for owners and buyers of one-speed, three-speed, and ten speed bikes. Immensely readable and clearly illustrated, it guides the do it yourselfer in finding the problem and fixing it. Covers tools needed, brakes, handlebars, stem, headset, powertrain, wheels, seat, fork and frames.