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an interface between parts that turn and parts that do not. The hubs in the wheels contain bearings, as do the bottom bracket, the head tube, and the pedals.
Belt-drive bikes use a reinforced toothed polymer belt in place of a chain. Belt-drives are paired with a single speed or internally-geared rear hub.
about bicycles, so the tag is redundant. Do not use.
Questions referring to electronic devices which typically track a cyclist's ride metrics, such as their speed, distance, cadence, etc
How to get the right sized bicycle for you or adjust your bicycle to fit you better.
pertains questions related to products of Bike Friday specifically.
For questions on the subject of bikepacking (ultralight camping with a bike)
Questions comparing bikes or types of bikes, and how to choose between them.
a style of off-road bicycles used for racing and stunt riding. It also refers to the sport itself.
Used when describing an otherwise unconventional and often risky/dangerous - way of fixing a problem. Ideally a short term solution that will be fixed properly ASAP.
The part of your bike that contains the axis the cranks arms spin 'round. (The crank arms are where the pedals attach.)