Awesome bike and price, if only it was a 58
But you'll get silver discs
The cheap ones have a fork with alloy column, maybe that's the difference.
Alternatively bounce the wheels around and give them a good shake.
I always have used a mix of Shimano/SRAM and sometimes KMC in cassettes and chains. Never had any problem other than my own indexing. If anything I'd say the expensive chains are good right out of the box and the cheaper ones feel a bit rough at the beginning, regardless of brand.
For a 1x42/11-46 I need a whole length of 118 links, and still I got the feeling it's 1 link too short
I have velotoze MTB, they didn't ripped yet but I'll only use them if it's biblical, a bit of a faff to get in.
Would use for long rides in the rain, but for less than an hour commutes it's not worth the effort.
Grease is fine for normal people, but I put anti seize for customers that don't ever do any maintenance, or the pressure washer addicts.
Bend your elbows, actively try to have a light grip, maybe you need more core strength. Bike fitter should have better answers anyways.
There's only 45° or 36°(from the top of my head, I may be forgetting something), it's not hard to spot. Check inside, outside, height and angle and buy the same. Or try to find what headset came with the bike.
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