Episode 3 stars the Jib-Master General himself, Mr Nikki Whiles. Nikkis is an all-round two-wheel god that’s as happy steezing on his MTB as he is grinding on his gravel bike. When he’s not performing wheelies to die for, he’s building some of the UK’s best trails.
There’s no complex story for this one. We hook Nikki up with Juice Lubes so we wanted to create an edit on a secret South Wales trail. That’s it. Enjoy!
For Episode 2 of our new Home to Roost Series we’re in Greece with Phil Atwill and Tommy C.
This one is a bit of a revenge trip for Phil, returning to the Gamble track in Greece that ended his 2018 season. Phil got to work on sprucing up the track with the help of a few locals and got stuck in.
Thanks to Tommy C for the video and Kat G for the photos.
After a couple of years away, we’re back with a new season of Home to Roost, starring a heap of our favourite mountain bike riders from the UK and abroad. First up for episode #1 is Ben Cathro, star of Cathro Vision and member of the #juicelubescrew. We managed to find a minute when Ben wasn’t Cathro Visioning a World Cup and joined him for a few laps of his local trails up in Scotland.
Thanks to Miles Mallinson for filming this one.
Look out for more Home to Roost episodes all year, episode 2 comes all the way from dusty, roosty Greece with Phil Atwill!
We’re not pretending to change the World single-handed here at Juice Lubes – we’re just doing our bit to reduce single-use plastics.
Here’s a few tips on how you can cut down on plastic with our gear.
Did you know that us humans produce 300million tonnes of plastic a year and only half of it can be recycled?
And did you know that only 10 – 13% of plastic in the world gets recycled … and the rest of it ends up floating around in the oceans or sat in landfill?
Here’s 3 tips on how you can cut down on all of those plastics when using Juice Lubes gear.
our plastics are recyclable
It’s really easy to chuck those used bike wash bottles in the bin.
Our plastic bottles, pots and tops are all recyclable in your household recycling collection. When they’re done you can put them out for the bin men in your kerbside recycling box. They’ll take them away, melt them down and create new stuff from them.
Our white bottles are type 1 plastic, which is recyclable in almost every UK waste collections.
Our clear lube bottles are type 2 plastic, which is also widely recycled in UK waste collections.
Our grease and paste pots are type 5 plastic, which is also widely recycled in UK waste collections.
The lids of our spray cans are either type 1 or 2, both of which can be recycled.
The lids of our lube bottles are type 5 plastic… you guessed it!
Also, our spray cans are Tinplate, which is safe to recycle.
For anything carbon that needs to stay put and not move.
Carbon juice provides a non-slip helping-hand for any of your carbon components. It’ll help guard against slipping and avoid the risk of you over tightening your clamps and breaking your expensive carbon bits.
Works great with seat posts, grips, handlebars, seat posts etc.
Kye Forte is a BMX legend that turned his hand to mountain bikes.
After working his way up to elite level at the British National Downhill Series, Kye took a step back to focus on a totally different challenge… yep, starting a family and becoming a dad to two young boys.
We teamed up with Wideopenmag to help tell the story of Kye’s latest chapter and one we can probably all relate to!
Dirt Juice Boss is our brand new, super powerful, tough-on-grime chain and drivetrain cleaner.
Dirt Juice Boss is a powerful and no nonsense cleaner that’ll bring your buggered bits back to brilliant in no time.
The Boss goes straight on to grimy chains, cassettes and jockey wheels and issues filth its P45. In fact, it’ll work on any bits on your bike that are properly caked with grease and grime.
Boss is designed to be a more powerful cleaner than Dirt Juice Super, our classic cleaner, and brewed for the grottiest of grime. It’s not designed to be diluted into a bike wash, it’s a thoroughbred chain and drivetrain cleaner and is our most powerful ever formula.
The ‘Boss is easy to apply. It’s best used with a chain bath like the Dirty Little Scrubber. Simply fill your chain bath with Boss, spin the chain till it’s thoroughly coated and leave it to soak for a few minutes. Rinse with water and, hey presto, your chain is sparkling and ready to re-lube.
No chain bath? No problem! You can use a paint brush, cloth, or simply fill a container with ‘Boss and leave your grubby bits to soak.