Dumonde G-10 Bio Green Bike Lubricant - 2 oz.

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Dumonde G-10 Bio Green Bike Lubricant - 2 oz. -

G-10 Bio Green bicycle chain lubricant is 100% plant based and 100% biodegradable.

Made in USA.

Lining and Layers:

  • Highly concentrated, low-friction film layer keeps components clean and quiet running for long periods of time

Wash and Care:

  • Long-lasting formula is designed to penetrate into high-friction areas and resist being washed off


  • Recommened for both road and mountain bikes
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Dumonde G-10 Bio Green Bike Lubricant - 2 oz. Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Don't believe the negative

I have used the other Dumonde Tech chain lubes and like them allot. Decided to try the Bio-Green. It's very good also. Much better then other bio based lubes offered at rei

I have not had a sticky chain at all. A riding buddy tried the ChainJ chain lube. He started using Bio-Green not longer after that. It did not perform like the Dumonde.

Olive Oil, seriously?
Too Tall at REI on 02/02/2011

Oh so much better then all the rest

As all Dumonde Tech products it pretty darn. This is a new chain lube for them. I have tried ChainJ and Go. They don't compare to this Bio-Green from Dumonde. Lasts longer and is much cleaner.
Too Tall at REI on 03/03/2009

Negative Reviews:

Good Idea, Poor Execution

I love the idea of using an environmentally friendly chain lube. After all, helping the environment is one of the many reasons I ride. Per ounce this is an expensive lube, but what's a couple bucks to help the environment, especially when you consider how few bottles of lube you're likely to buy in a year?

The problem is that this just isn't a good lube- after a few rides it turns sticky. I could understand if it wore off sooner, but turning sticky? That's the complete opposite of what you want your lube to do. It's a pain to clean off such that even if you use an environmentally-friendly degreaser you probably end up doing the environment more harm from all the extra cleaning and re-lubing you have to do.

If you use a wax lube you're going to have to re-lube a lot, but you end up cleaning less. If you use a lube like Tri-Flow it's going to be a little messy, but it lasts a very long time and is easy to clean. This lube was actually the worst of both worlds- it doesn't last and it's hard to clean.

I've got to believe there's a way to make a good, plant-based lube. Dumonde didn't find it. You'd be better off lubing your chain with olive oil.
Scansorial at REI on 11/11/2009