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Bike Service Report
 Slo_Joe member offline
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posted 11/6/2017
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Is the "Bike Service Report" working in the manage bikes section?

I can't see how to access it.

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posted 11/6/2017
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Under Riders, Manage Bikes

Under development:

www.bikejournal.com/bikes_manage.asp


 Slo_Joe member offline
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'BentRider Recumbent Club
posted 11/7/2017
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Under Riders, Manage Bikes

Under development:

www.bikejournal.com/bikes_manage.asp


-- posted by tojesky


Ah...vapor ware eh? I didn't notice that for some reason. I'll write Slantz and see if it will ever go anywhere.

Danka

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posted 12/28/2017
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Hey Joe! Is this what you're looking for?

To view your notes... Click on the "Riders" banner... Click "manage bikes" on the drop down menu. That will take you there. (Service Report Test) is after your bike.

To create a new service report... Go to "Riders" drop down and click "manage components"
There you should see an Add Tire or Add Chain box.

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posted 12/28/2017
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I use Riders / Manage Components / tires to track distance on front & rear tires on all 4 of my bikes. I

I use Riders / Manage Components / chains to track distance on the serviceable or wearable components on all 4 of my bikes - chains, bottom brackets, chainrings, cassettes, pedals, front & rear hubs, headsets. You can do this by filling in the specific type of component (instead of a chain) in the "model name" field that is available on each chain component entry page. If the component vendor is not listed under the list of chain vendors, just pick "generic" for the vendor name and put the actual vendor name in the model name field along with the type of component you are going to manage.

You are welcome to look up my profile and look at the the manage component entries that I have set up. These appear when you scroll down my profile under the 4 bicycles that I have listed. I borrowed this idea from several other bike journal users that posted here in years past. This is one of the main reasons why I like to use bike journal.
post edited on 12/28/2017 at 7:02:24 PM

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posted 12/29/2017
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I use Riders / Manage Components / tires to track distance on front & rear tires on all 4 of my bikes. I

I use Riders / Manage Components / chains to track distance on the serviceable or wearable components on all 4 of my bikes - chains, bottom brackets, chainrings, cassettes, pedals, front & rear hubs, headsets. You can do this by filling in the specific type of component (instead of a chain) in the "model name" field that is available on each chain component entry page. If the component vendor is not listed under the list of chain vendors, just pick "generic" for the vendor name and put the actual vendor name in the model name field along with the type of component you are going to manage.

You are welcome to look up my profile and look at the the manage component entries that I have set up. These appear when you scroll down my profile under the 4 bicycles that I have listed. I borrowed this idea from several other bike journal users that posted here in years past. This is one of the main reasons why I like to use bike journal.
-- posted by raymondj
I do the same thing, tracking all my components under chains. Interestingly, you can do this on Strava, its buried somewhere in your bike setup.
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