A new app has launched and it can tell you when to service your bike

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Joe Robinson 16 Mar 2018 Pro Bike Garage aims to make rusty, old parts and roadside maintenance issues a thing of the past It's an art knwoing when to change parts on your bike. We rely on sound, sight and feel to judge when a part is about to give up and swiftly change it before it does. Quite often we miss the signs and end up in quite the predicament, roadside with a busted bike. In an attempt to make this a thing of the past, new phone app Pro Bike Garage looks to track your bike's components, analyse their wear and alert you when they need changing. It works quite simply. First, you input your bike's components into the app with everything fron cassettes and chains to stems and seat posts an option. Secondly, you sync the Pro Bike Garage app to your Strava account in order for ...

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