The Best Bike Tools to Have at Home (Part II)

The Best Bike Tools to Have at Home (Part II)

Venzo Torque Wrench A torque wrench stops you from tightening nuts more than the manufacturers’ recommendation. Nothing is worse than over-rotating nuts on carbon and then breaking them accidentally. It has a user-adjustable torque range, covering everything you need for the bike from stem to bottom bracket bolts. When it gets to the pre-set torque value, it has a noticeable click sound. Oumers Cassette Removal Tool You can simply swap out the bike cassette at home and save a trip…

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The Best Bike Tools to Have at Home (Part I)

The Best Bike Tools to Have at Home (Part I)

  There are times when you just need a couple of tools to do the most elementary jobs and having a complete tool kit could be overkill. Therefore, here are the best bike tools that would be very helpful to have at home. Pedro Tire Levers The Pedro’s tire levers will really help you to rapidly remove stubborn and tight bike tires from the wheels without using excessive effort and force. They work in pairs, so don’t misplace one of them…

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Best Bike Repair Kits (Part II)

Best Bike Repair Kits (Part II)

Park Tool PK-3 Tool Set- Best for the Pro Mechanics Park Tool is the name to know when it comes to bike tools. The name itself is all about top quality and professionalism. Walk into any local bike shops and chances are you’ll see a Park Tool toolset in their workshop. The PK-3 is Park Tool’s professional range of toolset with over 65 different sets of tools available. These wide ranges of tools will get you through most of the…

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Best Bike Repair Kits (Part II)

Best Bike Repair Kits (Part II)

Topeak Prepbox 18 Tool Set- Best for Travels Topeak is a recognized brand in bike tools and accessories. Their product lineup contains all that is needed, ranging from pumps to bike tools to bags and lights. Opening up the carry box, you’ll discover over 15 sets of tools capable of doing any sort of intermediate bike maintenance and repair jobs like cassette and chain replacement, pedal removal, adjusting the brake pads, brakes, and derailleurs. These tools are of good quality,…

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Best Bike Repair Kits (Part I)

Best Bike Repair Kits (Part I)

Here’s something you’ll see at a cyclist’s home. They possess their own set of bicycle tools. When it comes to bicycle maintenance and repair, you don’t always have to take your bike to the mechanic. At times, you’ll be better off fixing it yourself at home. There are numerous videos on YouTube to lead you through if you’re a newbie.  If you’re new, you may want to think about getting individual bike tools to perform basic tasks such as replacing the cassette/chain…

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Top Camping Stoves (Part II)

Top Camping Stoves (Part II)

Easiest to Clean Up (And Most Elegant) Primus Tupike Stove Primus’ Tupike stove is lightweight, compact, and well crafted. The cleverly made handle makes it easy to carry and pack. Also, it’s a good stove to cook on, due to its stainless-steel construction and simplicity of cleaning. With just 7,000 BTUs, it’s not the quickest at boiling water, but for low-heat cooking, it’s the best. Additionally, it does well in the wind, but the screens do at times flap around…

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Top Camping Stoves (Part I)

Top Camping Stoves (Part I)

Camping may mean roughing it, at least a little. However, you don’t have to live on beans and biscuits. You can purchase camping stoves that may be nicer than the stove in the standard American apartment, though the wealth of choices available might overwhelm you.  There’s something for every budget and use in this list, regardless if you want a compact way to cook up eggs and bacon for two or need something vastly powerful to boil a cauldron of…

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Why the Construction Industry Needs More Women in Leadership

Why the Construction Industry Needs More Women in Leadership

Like cybersecurity and tech, construction is one of the most infamously male-dominated professions. Of the over 11 million individuals employed in the industry, just 8% of construction workers are women. This figure is mostly women in office and administrative positions in construction, as the number of women actually working on construction sites is even littler. Considering the low representation of women in the industry, how many women are in leadership roles?  Women Still Face Challenges In the construction industry, women…

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Top Hammers in the Market (Part V)

Top Hammers in the Market (Part V)

The Original Pink Box PB12HM The Original Pink Box PB12HM 12 oz Claw Hammer is a great tool for those who want a dependable hammer to help get small jobs around the house done. The hammer has a 12-ounce head that is good for quick repairs and little DIY jobs around the house. The tool is light in weight and easy to use for long periods of time, making it a perfect starting tool for folks who aren’t used to working with…

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Top Hammers in the Market (Part IV)

Top Hammers in the Market (Part IV)

Estwing E16C The Estwing E16 Claw Hammer is one of the top pieces of craftsmanship that can aid you in doing your work fast and effectively. The hammer has a sturdy 16-ounce head that will assist you in driving nails into even the most-hard materials. The hammer is built with strict adherence to a standard of excellence that characterizes the Estwing tools. You’ll be able to do a good amount of work without getting too tired early on in your…

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