Park Tool CM5.2 Chain Cleaner down by 35%

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A clean chain makes you a better person.

Ok, so it might not make you a better person but it will make you a faster cyclist. All that junk was adding drag, but not anymore!

Park Tool CM5.2 Cyclone Chain Cleaner
£16.00
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Proper drivetrain maintenance is essential. It ensures that your bike is working properly and won't break, leaving you stranded in the cold.

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At this time of year, you may be looking forward to summer miles on a clean bike. If you look down at your chain and see black gunk, you'll need to do some cleaning. We're probably as bad as you, combine wet lube with muddy rides and just a few miles will leave the chain filthy.

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This chain cleaning tool from Park is well known as a cyclist's best friend. The tool houses all the degreaser and then collects the dirt, meaning that you can use this in apartments where there is no outside space.

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The Cyclone is designed to be used with the Park Tool CB-4 chain cleaning fluid, a seriously strong cleaner that is also eco-friendly.

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The Cyclone consists of internal brushes and sponges that are all replaceable which is great for longevity.

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We find it's best to use the cyclone with a dummy hub, allowing you to remove the rear wheel and get at the cassette with a bigger brush.

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Park Tool CB-4 Chain Cleaner
£10.00
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