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The Best Carbon Fiber Bikes

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 10:37:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

Bicycle companies offer carbon fiber frames frequently, but many manufacturers offer carbon rims, hubs, spokes, stems,handlebars, seat posts and saddles. No one machine shines as the best; however, the best available machines offer quality built carbon components translating to lightweight cycling machines. Carbon fiber, essentially a plastic form of graphite, bicycle technology exists as a fairly new science still experiencing growing pains, according to bicycle mechanic and industry cataloguer Sheldon Brown.

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Replace a Rear Derailleur By Yourself

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 10:37:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

Although the bicycle rear derailleur looks complicated, it can be changed--even by an amateur--in just a few minutes. The derailleur is the mechanism that allows your bike to shift gears. Located on the bike frame next to the rear tire, the derailleur lifts the chain out of position to provide slack so it can be put into the next gear. Once the bike is in the next gear, the derailleur tightens the chain to keep you moving.

1. Remove the idler pulleyby pulling the chain backwards while you slide the pulley in the opposite direction (forward). The idler pulley is the bottom pulley of the derailleur and the lowest pulley to the ground. If you can't remove the idler pulley, you'll need to break the chain with a pair of wire snips.

2. Unscrew the derailleur from the hanger (the bracket holding the derailleur in place) by inserting a hex wrench into the bolt on top of the derailleur and turning counter-clockwise. This will allow the derailleur to pull away from the hanger.
3. Remove the derailleur cableby loosening the hex bolt on the clamp.
4. Pull the end cap off and slowly pull the cable through the derailleur.

5. Put the new derailleur in position. Be sure to keep the tension-adjusting screw slightly above the notch on the hanger.
6. Screw the mounting bolt into the hanger.
7. Place the chainonto the derailleur. You'll need a new chain if you broke it earlier when removing the idler pulley.

8. Pull the chain downward and set the idler pulley on top of it, making sure the chain lines up with the teeth of the pulley.
9. Push the derailleur cable through the hole on the back of the derailleur.

10. Thread the cable through the cable clamp and screw the bolt in place to tighten.

11. Lift the rear tire--or turn the bike upside down--and rotate the pedals to verify the chain and derailleur allow the rear bike wheelto turn.

12. Take the bike for a short ride and shift through all the gears to ensure the derailleur is installed correctly.



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How to Adjust Bike Seats & Handle Bars

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 10:37:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

Keeping your bicycle adjusted to your body size requires seat and handlebar adjustments. An improperly adjusted seat may lead to permanent damage to genitalia at its worst, and a simple case of numbness at least. In addition to the seat adjustment, the handlebars need to be kept at the proper angle for your riding style. Carpal tunnel and wrist injuries result from an improperly adjusted set of handlebars.


1. Open the seat stem quick release lever or loosen the stem lock nut. The quick release is a metal lever that turns to tighten the seat stem to the carbon bike frame. Turn counterclockwise to loosen to move the seat up or down. If the bicycle has no quick release, turn the lock nut to loosen the seat stem.
2. Stand over the bicycle and place your rear onto the end of the bicycle saddle. Have an assistant hold the front bike wheeland handlebars so the bicycle will not tip over. Push the seat stem up or down until you comfortably fit your bum slightly up at the standing position to the edge of the seat. Tighten the stem to the frame.

3. Sit on the seat, with the assistant continuing to hold the bicycle from falling. Pedal backward and stop with one leg fully down. Check for a slight bend in the knee. If there is no bend, the seat is too high. Lower slightly and pedal again until there is a slight bend to the knee when the pedal is all the way down.

4. Loosen the seat rails under the saddle and push the nose of the seat up or down depending on your position preferences. Tighten the rail nuts.


5. Sit on the bicycle and have the assistant hold the front wheel so the bicycle will not tip with you on it. Reach out and grip the handlebars. Wrap your hand to the shifter and brake levers.

6. Check for locked elbows. If the elbows are locked when sitting on the bicycle and gripping the handlebars, the stem needs to be replaced with a shorter handlebar stem. Take the bicycle to a bike shop to get fitted with the proper length stem.

7. Loosen the two hex screws where the stem connects the handlebars to the bicycle. Do this if the length is proper. Turn the handlebars so the shifters and brake levers turn up or down. Tighten the hex screws when the angle of the shifters and brakes is set to your desired setting.


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Wednesday, October 30, 2013 10:37:00 PM America/Los_Angeles


An image explaining the data required for the spoke length calculator
Input in millimeters.
The comma as well as the point may be used as decimal-point.
Diameter of the circle through the spoke ends D=ERD mm
Diameter of the circle through the hub flange holes d mm
Distance hub flange - central plane of the wheel a mm
Number of spoke crossings k  
Number of spokes n  


Diameter of the circle through the spoke ends (Effective Rim Diameter):
To find out, take two (old) spokes and shorten them to 250 mm (20'' wheel: 150 mm) by pinching off their heads. Screw the spokes into nipples until the spoke ends are flush with the grounds of the nipples' slits. Insert the two spokes into exactly opposite holes of the rim. The distance between the inside ends of the spokes (where the spoke heads have been pinched away), added with the lengths of the two spokes (2 * 250 mm or 2 * 150 mm, respectively), will amount to the sought diameter.

Diameter of the Hub Flange:
Diameter of the circle passing through the centers of the flange holes, since usually the spoke length is measured starting at the
"center line" of the spoke heads.

The central plane of the wheel
is usually situated in the middle between the dropouts of the frame or fork, respectively. This means, in the middle between
the outermost hub axle nuts (those touching the inside planes of the dropouts). And, for this reason, not necessarily
in the middle between the hub flanges (for instance: rear wheel hubs, or front wheel hubs for disc brakes).



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