Bike Maintenance Log

Keep Track of your Tune-Ups, repairs, & Services

When was the last time you had your hydraulic disc brakes bled? How many miles have you ridden on your chain? Is it time to swap out your bearings?

Just like keeping up with the maintenance of your car, it’s important to do regular service on your bikes. But the truth is, most of us don’t know where you start.

This pocket-size log includes a bike maintenance schedule as well as plenty of pages to record your tune-ups, services, repairs, and more.

Bike maintenance log book

What this log includes

  • Pre-ride checklist
  • Post-ride checklist
  • Monthly maintenance schedule
  • Annual maintenance schedule
  • Service Log pages including date, place, cost, and notes
  • Dotted pages for notes
  • Durable cover

This Log is meant to last the timespan that you own your bike whether that’s 1, 2, 3, years, or more. When it’s time to upgrade your wheels, hand the log over to its new owner and start fresh!

Why keep a maintenance log?

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1. Save money

Bikes need regular maintenance, just like cars. By doing weekly, monthly, and yearly tune-ups, you can save money in the long run by avoiding big, expensive problems.

The TWW Bike Maintenance Log includes a pre-ride and post-ride checklist and a suggested monthly service schedule

2. Increase resale value

Bikes that have been well-maintained and have had regular services are worth more money than those that have not.

When it’s time to sell your bike, if you can show that you’ve taken really good care of it over the timespan that you’ve owned it, you can comfortably ask for more money.

By using this maintenance log, you can simply hand it over to the potential buyer so they can see that suspension has been serviced regularly, worn components swapped, chain replaced, etc… Win-win for everyone!

Legs of mountain biker standing behind bike with close up of broken rear shock

3. Stay safe

Most importantly, keeping track of your bike maintenance and services can help you stay safe on your rides.

The last thing you want is to head out for a ride and have your brakes fail because it’s been two years since you’ve had them bled. Or worse, destroy your rear suspensions as I did with my first real mountain bike…

Prevention is the best (bike) medicine!

Get your Bike Maintenance Log

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