The trick with dry lubes is that you have to give them time to dry out, not just apply-n-ride. I personally also think that it's a royal pain in the ass to keep spray lubes off your brake rotors so I usually avoid sprays in favor of "dribble from a tube or bottle" style stuff.How are the “dry” spray chain lubes?. I ride in sand and was worried about sand sticking to the lube and eating up my aluminum sprocket.
I hear ya...but.....with my style of riding......it works just fine.....as mentioned.....I clean my chain and sprocket.....oil her up and go riding....there probably are better products but I don't have a need for them. I agree.....lube is important.Due respect, JerryB, but 3 in 1 has a lousy rep for gumming and turning to varnish. Not disputing the need to lube your chain, but you might want to consider another lube.