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WD-40 Bike Wet Lube

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WD-40 BIKE Wet Lube. The new line of WD-40 BIKE products was developed for riders who love keeping their rig in top condition whether it?s on the move or standing still. The proprietary formulation of the wet lubricant goes on wet and stays wet as a durab


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by TheSnide a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: January 11, 2014

Strengths:    Long lasting in the Pacific Northwest muck. Doesn't attract debris like other wet lubes. Smells so good you'd swear its' your high school prom cologne.

Weaknesses:    Leaky built in twist top. The added perfume might be over the top for some, but I've learned to love it.

Bottom Line:   
I live outside of Seattle and ride in the wet for about 8mo out of the year. Out of all the wet lubes I've tried this is in my top two along with Finish Line XC Wet. It's lasted a solid 300mi on my commuter including multiple rain days. The twist top leaks and it kind of BS. Price is in line with other performance lubes. WD-40 supporting and sponsoring bike activities is Rad.

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Favorite Trail:   Whistler

Duration Product Used:   6mo

Price Paid:    $9.00

Purchased At:   Kirkland Bicycle

Similar Products Used:   Finish Line Wet, Phil Wood, Tri-Flow,

Bike Setup:   Running it on all bikes Mountain and Road

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