This is an unbiased review for people like me who love biking but don’t know a thing about what’s inside their bikes! Yes, that’s right! It is so common to find a bike-enthusiast who takes time out every week to ride his bike with fellow-bikers with absolutely no knowledge of what’s beneath the vehicle’s shining exterior. If you are like me, you know nothing about machines and how they work. You only know how to use them. And that is why you end up spending hundreds of dollars every year on bike maintenance and repair.
Isn’t that true? Well, for serious bike-enthusiasts, this is certainly true.
That is the reason I bought the DIYBikeRepair course from www.bikemaintenancetips.com.
A co-worker had recommended it to me. He himself is also a mountain biker and he just loves going off on his mountain bike for a ride up the hills! I am more of a road bike-type though! Anyway, I bought the DIYBikeRepair course and was pleasantly surprised by what it contained. I mean, there was a HELL OF A LOT OF INFORMATION in it! You REALLY won’t need anything else if you own a bike and want to repair and maintain it. I mean, seriously.
You won’t need anything else!
What got me so excited?
Well, a lot of things. Here I have drawn up a list to make it easier for you to read:
Over 200 video tutorials about anything and everything on bicycle maintenance and repair. And these videos are not the novice-types at all! In fact, they are extremely professional and will teach you everything you ever need to know about bike maintenance.
Though I didn’t own a mountain bike, I was impressed with the Do It Yourself tips and techniques the course contained specifically about mountain bikes. I understand that there is not a whole lot of information available about mountain bikes and how to repair or maintain them and I found the wonderful videos and written manuals extremely helpful.
The 60 day money back guarantee is one of its kind. You will be getting back the full amount of money you paid if you don’t like the course! Yes, and this means, no questions are asked!
The price of $47 seemed to be little for such a treasure trove of information and helpful tips. Honestly, there is just a LOT in it and I don’t think anyone will feel short-changed once they get their hands on the course. By the way, I heard that prices are going to rise very soon so if you are serious about getting this course, do it NOW!
Overall, a really great bike maintenance and repair course! Get one for yourself and I am sure you won’t be disappointed.