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Ernesto Lube Lube

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MSRP : $7.50

Product Description

Ernesto Lube is a readily & renewable biodegradable soy-based metal lubricating fluid made for your bike chain and for you to not feel guilty about the environment. AKA, bicycle bike lube. It is in par with synthetic oils, yet, there's a degree of friendliness to the environment. Lubrication is what keeps metals from getting all weird. And Ernesto Bike Lube, being that its healthy for the environment, will do you good for a while, because it lasts a while.

Ernesto Bike Lube Pro Review

If you are the kind of person that likes to support the “small guy” than Ernesto Lube definitely qualifies. Ernesto is a one man shop, based out of his home in Wisconsin. I first learned about Ernesto Lube via an email from Ernesto, so I did a quick scan of the Mtbr discussion forums and decided to give it a try. Ernesto Lube has been around for five years now and it is part of a growing number of biodegradable lubes now available on the market. Continue reading →

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