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Clipless pedals and shoes connect together with a special cleat, as opposed to using traditional flat pedals with toe clips.
a basket, bag, box, or similar container, carried in pairs either slung over the back of a beast of burden, or attached to the sides of a bicycle or motorcycle. The…
Fittings, usually for wheels and saddle-posts, with a lever at one end so you can open them by hand, instead of using a spanner.
The part of the rear hub which holds the casette. It employs a ratchet and turns only when you pedal. Track bicycles / fixies don't have one.
about forward facing lights on the front of a bike: on the handle bars; fixed to the front of the frame; on the forks and so on. It is not about lights worn around the head or on a helmet,…
Servicing things before they break, so they're less likely to fail at all.
Questions referring to GPS and how it relates to bikes, typically from a navigation and location tracking standpoint.
Questions concerning the angles, tube lengths, and other measurements of the bike frame.
The procedure to align the wheel by tightening and/or loosening the spokes
Valves allow air to enter pressurized chambers (such as tires and suspension forks) and remain there. Common bicycle valves include Presta, Schrader, and Woods valves.
an acronym for "Do It Yourself". Questions here are resources for enthusiastic amateurs working on their own bicycles.
a bicycle (or tricycle) that places the rider in a laid-back reclining position.
Questions relating to a bicycle's ability to efficient move through the air.