Righto. This week we get back into the good stuff with chain and sprocket replacements. A hundred bucks of labour at a mechanic's, but it's something most anyone can do without too many hassles, and believe me when I say that a new chain and sprockets will make your bike feel absolutely fantastic - tight, smooth, just like a bought one. Project: We'll remove and inspect an old chain, replace front and rear sprockets, put a new chain on and adjust it correctly. This is a fun job that involves angle grinders. Don't miss it! Project bikes: We have two primary project bikes: Kamm's and SNaughtin's, provided they get the bits together by Wed night. If anyone else needs their chain and sprockets done, let me know. If you want to learn how to adjust your chain (or even just work out when it needs adjusting), this is the workshop for you. Tools and materials: Chain and sprockets (duh), angle grinder, chain breaker/riveter. Kamm and Snaughtin, please get in touch with me to make sure there's no funnybugger tools you'll need to get your sprockets or axle nuts off. As usual, venue is TBA. Anyone want to volunteer?