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Bicycle Chain Lubricating Shoe

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The chain lubricating shoe is a cycling shoe (for the right foot only) with a reservoir of chain lubricant concealed in the toe. When you curl your toes, lube squirts out. Next time you’re riding and you suddenly get that dry-chain feeling, just take your foot off the pedal, hold it over the chain, and curl your toes while pedaling with the other foot. Instantly and on-the-fly your chain goes from not-so-fresh to silky smooth.
AO, Mar 08 2004

The Bicycle Scottoiler http://www.scottoiler.com/active.asp
Application Example. [Letsbuildafort, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

The skinny on the Scottoiler for bicycles. http://www.scottoil...ler_POS_leaflet.pdf
WARNING: PDF [Letsbuildafort, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       The Scottoiler company seems a little more hassle-free way. See second link.
Letsbuildafort, Mar 08 2004
  

       You don't see that every day.
dpsyplc, Mar 08 2004
  

       //suddenly get that dry chain feeling//   

       I've ridden many a mile, and I don't think I've ever noticed that dry chain feeling come up suddenly.   

       Would you have to keep cranking with your left foot as you applied the oil?
Freefall, Mar 08 2004
  

       I usually get the dry-chain feeling after it rains, since the PTFE-based lubricant that I use tends to wash off after a good drenching. You would have to keep cranking with your left foot in order to get the stuff applied to the whole chain (easy if you have toe clips or clipless pedals, more difficult but possible if you don’t.)
AO, Mar 08 2004
  

       What if I get that dry-joint feeling from curling my toes?
FarmerJohn, Mar 09 2004
  
      
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