The freewheel is a ratcheting mechanism, that coupled with a set of gears, is that threaded onto the rear hub of a bike. The freewheel allows the rear wheel to engage and move when the pedals are spun forward, but coast freely when the pedals are stationary or spun backwards.
I was just out riding my bike. Its nothing fancy, just a €300 single-speed with with a flip-flop hub. I usually ride the freewheel side. Today it made some weird noises and decided to lock up / be a ...
I have a 2011 beatnik and I'm thinking of putting a freewheel cog on the other side of the hub. Any suggestions on which cogs are good as well as spacing? I have about 3/4" to play with. Thanks
I've had to remove and reinstall my rear wheel because of a flat, and now the BionX system has stopped working correctly. When I turn it on, it works fine, and the regenerative breaking works fine. A ...
I recently picked this up along with a couple of old wheels. I don't know it's age or history. I've only got as far as identifying it as a Sachs. There are no other markings apart from the logo ...