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Tree:
I've got a Rad Rover 6 Plus, and it's time to give it a good washing.

Any suggestions? Any tips on what parts and areas I absolutely must avoid getting wet, etc etc?

Tree:
certainly someone here must wash their bike? lol

i'm looking for even the most basic stuff, as I've seen some sites to leave your battery in, others that say to remove it.

santacruzpaul:

--- Quote from: Tree on July 18, 2022, 09:05:07 AM ---certainly someone here must wash their bike? lol

i'm looking for even the most basic stuff, as I've seen some sites to leave your battery in, others that say to remove it.

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I need a good washing too, Would appreciate advise also,

FortunatelyTheMilk:
It's not rocket science folks!  ;D ;D ;D https://radpowerbikes.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360037466814-Basic-Bike-Chain-Cleaning-Guide

Tree:

--- Quote from: FortunatelyTheMilk on July 20, 2022, 09:45:03 AM ---It's not rocket science folks!  ;D ;D ;D https://radpowerbikes.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360037466814-Basic-Bike-Chain-Cleaning-Guide

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cool. I know how to use the internet too. thanks for the snarky response.

This is just one of many sources that tell you many different things to do, many of which are the opposite of the others.

It's also a 2+ year old article that predates by a year the bike model I own.

I was looking for personal experiences, because i can tell you there are certainly parts of my bike that "a clean cloth and warm water" will not work on.

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