Gear

Muc-Off extends lubrication range with new All Weather Chain Lube

Muc-Off has extended its lubrication range with the release of a new All Weather Chain Lube.

The new formula is derived from a blend of renewable and readily biodegradable ingredients, which combine to produce a highly versatile high-performance lube.

When applied to the chain, Muc-Off said the lube quickly penetrates deep into every link, creating a durable, protective coating that guards against the elements and prevents metal-to-metal wear.

Included in the formula is a UV tracer dye, which helps to make application more accurate, and ensure total coverage inside the chain. Muc-Off said it’s utilised a blend of organic friction modifiers, aiming to ensure the lube can stand up to tough rides, providing lubrication for long-distance on and off-road.

Alex Trimnell, CEO at Muc-Off, said: “We had to balance a number of key factors with this new lubricant – the challenge, as always with lube development, was to deliver a product which performs as efficiently as possible, for as long as possible.

“It needs to be tough enough to withstand rain, snow, grit, and grime, whilst also being the right viscosity for the chain to perform efficiently throughout the ride. All Weather Chain Lube does exactly that, and we’re proud to be helping our fans get themselves prepped and ready for whatever the weather throws at them.”

All Weather Lube joins the ranks alongside the Wet and Dry variants of Muc-Off’s Bio Chain Lube range, which have been the go-to options for many riders for over 13 years. This new lube produces low levels of friction, smooth and quiet gear shifting, as well as long-term durability, regardless of the conditions.

Read more: Campagnolo presents The Gold limited edition corkscrew, priced at €1,950

All Weather Lube is priced at £5.49 / €7.49 / $5.99 for the 50ml, and £10.99 / €10.99 / $10.99 for the 120ml bottle. Both are available now in the UK and EU (available in North America from early January) from the Muc-Off global dealer network, select e-retailers, and direct from www.muc-off.com.

Rebecca Morley

Recent Posts

ACT encourages cycling industry to vote on date for this year’s Local Bike Shop Day

Local Bike Shop Day organiser The Association of Cycle Traders (ACT) is calling on IBDs,…

56 mins ago

‘It still is a male-dominated industry’: Pennine Cycles’ Sandra Corcorcan on how the bike trade has changed

As the iconic Pennine Cycles celebrates its 23rd birthday, director and co-owner Sandra Corcorcan spoke…

1 hour ago

Raleigh partners with GoodGym to help communities get fit by doing good

Raleigh has announced a partnership with GoodGym, a 'community of people who get fit by…

22 hours ago

Eovolt showcasing its 2023 models at COREbike

Eovolt will be exhibiting at this month's COREbike show, showcasing its range of 2023 models. Eovolt…

22 hours ago

Ed Clancy named South Yorkshire’s new active travel commissioner

Triple Olympic Champion Ed Clancy OBE has been named South Yorkshire’s new active travel commissioner.…

1 day ago

Cycling UK threatens BCP Council with legal action over decision to keep Keyhole Bridge underpass open to motor traffic

Cycling UK is threatening legal action against Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (BCP) Council, should it…

1 day ago