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Which lube is best.. for indoor trainer bike?

Old 03-29-20, 02:44 PM
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Which lube is best.. for indoor trainer bike?

So.. you take away considerations for water, or dust/dirt gunking things up.. what do you use on your indoor trainer bike?
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5,000 posts. You know the answer to that - it doesn't matter.
30,000 posts.. you know you're supposed to answer anyway.
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If you are riding an indoor trainer at home, then a "household" lubricant is appropriate.
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I use nothing but this: https://gourmetgroceries.com/product...SABEgIZufD_BwE

Since I am indoors I cannot show off the bike so at least I can show the salesman I can be a balleur.
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