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Here's how you can clean and lubricate the different parts of your bike:

1. Wheel transmission (chain, cassette, derailleurs):

- Start by removing dirt and dust from the chain using a soft-bristled brush and a specific bicycle degreaser.
- Use a clean cloth to wipe excess degreaser and grime from the chain.
- Next, lubricate the chain by applying a thin layer of lubricant specially designed for bicycles. Be sure to lubricate every link in the chain.
- Then proceed to cleaning the cassette sprockets and derailleurs using a brush and degreaser. Then wipe them with a clean cloth.
- Also apply a small amount of lubricant to the sprockets and derailleurs to ensure smooth operation.

2. Framework:

- First clean the frame with lukewarm water and mild soap. Use a sponge or soft cloth to remove dirt and stains.
- Inspect the frame for possible scratches or paint chips. If necessary, use touch-up paint to repair them and protect the surface.
- Once the frame is clean and dry, you can apply a specific bike polish to give it an extra shine and help protect the paint.

3. Brakes:

- First check the alignment of the brake shoes. If necessary, adjust them so that they are correctly positioned in relation to the rims.
- Clean the brake pads and rim braking surfaces with a cloth dampened with alcohol or degreaser to remove any oil or dirt.
- Also check the brake cables and housings. Replace them if they are worn or damaged.
- Finally, make sure that the brake levers are working correctly and lubricate them if necessary, using a specific lubricant for moving parts.

It is recommended to clean and lubricate your bicycle regularly to ensure proper operation and prolong its lifespan. However, be sure to use products appropriate for your bike's components and follow the manufacturer's recommendations to avoid damaging parts.