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Pair Chain link Cycling Bike Emergency Repair Split Missing join Pin Breakdown

Pair Chain link Cycling Bike Emergency Repair Split Missing join Pin Breakdown

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Pair Chain links

Spare bike chain links are used as replacements for damaged or broken links in a bike's chain. The chain is a crucial component of a bicycle's drive train, and if a link becomes damaged or broken, it can cause the chain to malfunction or come apart entirely.

Having spare chain links on hand can be useful for repairing a broken chain while out on a ride, or for making quick fixes at home. To use spare chain links, you will need a chain tool to remove the damaged link and reattach the spare link in its place.

It's a good idea to carry spare chain links and a chain tool with you when you go on long rides, especially if you're riding in remote areas where getting assistance might be difficult. By having these tools on hand, you can quickly fix a broken chain and get back to riding.

TIP: Keep your chain clean and oiled to avoid undue wear PLEASE refer to the pictures above to ensure you are buying the correct size

This is not a toy and is not intended for small children (Potential choking hazard). Adult supervision is highly recommended for children and expert advice for the bigger kids!

You are buying: 1 pair Bike Chain links


  • Made from high quality steel material
  • Makes for easy chain removal for cleaning and oiling
  • Easy carrying and storage for emergencies

Cycling Toolkit

When cycling, it's a good idea to carry a small toolkit with you in case you need to make repairs or adjustments along the way. Here are some of the essential tools to consider carrying with you:

  1. Mini pump or CO2 inflator: In case of a flat tire, you'll need to inflate it again.
  2. Tire levers: To remove and replace the tire when fixing a flat.
  3. Multi-tool: A compact tool that includes a variety of hex keys, screwdrivers, and other tools.
  4. Chain tool: To fix or replace a broken chain.
  5. Spare tube or patch kit: To fix a punctured tube.
  6. Water bottle: To stay hydrated.
  7. Snacks: For energy on longer rides.
  8. Phone and ID: In case of an emergency.
  9. Cash or credit card: In case you need to buy something or pay for a repair.

Remember that the tools you carry may vary depending on the type of ride you are going on, the distance you plan to travel, and the level of support you have available. It's always better to be prepared and carry a few extra tools and supplies than to be stranded without what you need.

Please have a look through our website for most of these items.

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