Recently, I reached for Lucas Oil's Chain Lube Aerosol and was pumped to discover that five seconds of spraying didn't result in a Jackson Pollock-like work of art on my swingarm, bike stand and garage floor. This stuff sprays in a fairly uniform coating, and the can works surprisingly well even when held at strange angles. As far as coverage, the pattern is more of a stream than a spray, but the lube itself is tacky enough to stay on the chain without flinging off like a buzz saw of maple syrup-like goop.For both MX and off-road use the $7.99 Lucas chain lube provided great lubrication without attracting too much dirt, and it thankfully doesn't smell like a portable chemical weapon compared to other brands of chain lube. On the downside, I did feel as though the 11-ounce can ran out more quickly than I would have liked, but that very well could have been attributed to my inner artist's inability to walk away from his canvas when the work is done. Or maybe I just like doing chain graffiti?