Robert Axle Project has launched a new cleaning tool called the Drive Thru, aimed at allowing cyclists better access for cleaning their bike’s drivetrain.
“Though far from glamorous, routine drivetrain cleaning is essential for component longevity, especially during winter. The Drive Thru dummy hub makes the job easy, replacing your rear wheel to allow uninhibited access to the drivetrain and rear triangle for easy cleaning, ” says Robert Axle Project.
Based on a design by legendary framebuilder Chris McGovern, the Drive Thru retains the ability to shift, making cleaning inside your rear triangle or degreasing your derailleur pulleys especially convenient. Moreover, the Drive Thru is at home everywhere from the pits of a road or cyclocross race, to one’s workbench at home.
Additionally, the knurled axle stud head makes installation and removal easy, even with wet or greasy hands, while the pulley wheel is captured by an o-ring on the axle, but can be easily removed to fit flat in a toolbox.
The Drive Thru sells for $35, which can be purchased here.
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