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A thank you note for donations and help

This fortnightly post will not deal with cycling riding technique or mechanics. It is time to say thanks to all the people that have, and still are helping to make and keep this site, as well as the whole Bike Gremlin “story” become and remain what it is – a place with good information, tutorials and new experiments.

Thank you all for the encouragements, praises and constructive criticism, since that is what helps with the improvement.

For all those who donate via the Pay Pal link, it is only fair to let you know that the money is used in the following ways:

  • Getting bicycle mechanics books and paying for education seminars – as the technology advances, it is important to keep up, learning new things. The acquired knowledge and experience is shared on the bikegremlin website and Youtube channel, in an easy to use, systematic way, so that anyone can use it.
  • Buying material for tests and experiments. I’ll write about it in more detail in separate posts. Among other things, a cooperation with the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad is planned, testing quality and durability of various bicycle bearing greases.
  • Getting tools for working on bicycles, and equipment for recording Youtube videos.

Test and experiment results will be published in separate posts. I love doing this (bike service, website and Youtube channel), but any help is welcome, it helps do everything planned more quickly and with fewer problems.  🙂
An explanation to all the non-former Yugoslavia readers: economic situation in my country is quite bad, while many bicycle specific tools, parts and materials have to be imported one by one (poor stocks of local shops) – so in spite of my time and personal funds, any help is more than welcome.

Thanks in advance for any advice, constructive criticism, or suggestions for improvement.

Relja Novović

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