Back to working out, by @raserrano
17.706 km
74 minutes
July 22, 2019

Finally today I was able to set myself on time after a busy day at work and head to the road. It was cloudy, perfect weather for cycling I was just hoping that it will not rain but other than that I was just worried about some funny sounds the bicycle was making probably because of the dust and need of some cleaning (any advise or suggestion will be greatly appreciate it, I've never clean my bike myself). I think I will take it for service and cleaning as it just made it 6 months since I bought it. Anyways I'm also happy to be able to post through [@exhaust](https://xhaust.me/@exhaust) once again!





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@mstafford:

No idea how to clean / service a bike -- I always just take it into my local bike shop. I have heard though, that roughly, for every hour you spend riding, you should probably be doing about 5-minutes of maintenance on the bike.

Good job gettin' back out there! Keep it up!

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@raserrano:

Yeah the guy at the local shop told me that it would be a good idea to have it fully service every 6 months depending of your usage of course it can be less. 5 minutos clean up seems like a good thing, but I'm kind of scared on the mechanical parts I do not really know how they should look like.