Weldtite introduces the new ‘Weldtech Bike Maintenance’ series

October 25, 2013

To coincide with our new Weldtite Factory Tour – Life @ Weldtite Towers video and TF2 commercial, we decided to launch a new set of ‘how to’ videos aimed at everyone from the complete novice to the pro. For the series, we approached extreme sports man and all round super cool guy, Scott Swalling. This guy LIVES for biking and was the natural choice!

Filmed in Ultra HD, the video series branded under the ‘Weldtech Bike Maintenance’ series will be available on our website – www.weldtite.co.uk along with YouTube and Vimeo streams – all in 1080p HD. This means that whether you’re watching them on your 40” Smart TV / Apple TV or just your MacBook / smartphone, they are going to look and sound amazing! Scott was a little worried in case he had to wear make up to cover up any heavy nights of partying.

Filming took place at Weldtite Towers (Weldtite’s Head Office), in Barton, Lincolnshire just last week!

Seven videos will be available – they are…

Washing and lubing your bike

How to equip a home workshop

How to use a torque wrench

Basic bicycle tool kit

Pump your ride – value your valves

Adjust a rear mech/derailleur

Fix that puncture

Scott shares scripts and ideas with Phil

Scott with how to wash and lube your bike

The idea of these videos is to show how to do a real professional job without taking hours to do so – they get to the point and make it enjoyable. These videos whilst fun and informative can help to add years of life to your bike plus they’ll let you spend more time where it’s really important – outside on the track!

Again, Phil from Big Fat Pigeon Productions was brought in under the art direction of me, Paul Winn. A lot of technical thought and planning went into the making of the videos, whilst the latest SONY Ultra HD pro camera was used to film.

Fix that puncture

See for yourself from mid November when all seven of the ‘Weldtech Bike Maintenance’ series will be posted in GLORIOUS 1080p HD to our Facebook page, Twitter, YouTube channel, Vimeo and of course www.weldtite.co.uk

Words: Paul Winn


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