So, this is something I have been curious about for a while. When you wash your bike post ride, what is the best way to secure its longevity, reliability, etc.?? I now own a Kona King, and after forking over that much cash, I would like it to be a while before I have to break the bank again. With the new bike come full suspension, disc brakes, etc.....a lot more moving parts then the old hardtail. Right now I hose 'er off....wipe it dry, clean and lube the chain. I don't use soap, or simple green....just plain old water. I am curious though....should I be lubing those pivots points after the water contact, bottom bracket, or is there anything I am forgetting?? If so, what is the best way to go about it. I love this bike....I would like to see it around for a while. Thanks, Luke.