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Is There a Car Wash on Your Way Home?

18-Jul-2011

With the wet season now upon us everyone knows how important it is to properly wash your bike between rides to prevent the spread of dieback. But here are three good reasons to wash your bike at a car wash on your way home.

  1. Mud is easier to get off while it’s still wet
  2. One less thing to do when you get home and you really just want to put your feet up and grab a beer
  3. You may not realize it but washing your bike at home can actually introduce dieback into your backyard or neighbourhood.

So remember to keep some change handy and plan a route home that will take you past a car wash.


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