It happened to our mechanic often enough to write a book about it. Bad luck while cycling. How does he solve his bike troubles on the road? Which accessories does he use on the road? In his blog you can read the best tips and tricks about bad luck en route. With these tips and tricks you can cycle with a carefree feeling!
It happens to everyone at some point… A flat tyre just when you're enjoying a great cycle ride.
A proper check of your gear before you set out can already save you a lot of trouble. For example, start by checking your tyres before every ride. Are they at the right pressure? Are they in good condition? Are there any tears, or stones stuck in the tread? These are things you can check beforehand to reduce your chances of getting a puncture.
Besides checking your tyres, it's very important to take enough spare parts along with you! You should never leave home without your Trivio inner tubes together with a Trivio lever set and a Trivio Co2 adapter.
But how are you supposed to carry all this kit? “I've already got so much stuff stashed in my cycling jersey” is an often-heard comment. A Trivio saddlebag is a neat and tidy solution, offering plenty of space for everything you need for a successful roadside repair. The Trivio Tool Bottle also provides a safe way to carry all your spares; don't forget this means there's no room for your second water bottle, though!
Other problems on the road? We're on it!
Trivio hasn't just thought of how to deal with tyre troubles. Use a Trivio 12 in 1 Multitool to tighten up a slipping seatpost or loose headset, or quickly solve any other nut-related problems along the way. Its compact size means that this tool also easily fits into your Trivio saddlebag or Tool Bottle. The 12-part Trivio Mini Tool contains all hex screw sizes from 2 to 6 mm as well as T25 and T30 Torx bits. And of course there are flat and cross-head screwdrivers, in two sizes, making a grand total of twelve tools, so you can set off on your bike with no worries.