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Flat Tire, How to Repair
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- a movable portion of the bike frame that holds the wheel that steers, generally the front wheel.
- a portion of the fork that joins the fork blades to the
: The portion of a fork consisting of the twin tubes that surround and hold the wheel that steers.
One or more
on the rear wheel that allow coasting. Some people will cass this "
" which more specifically means a series of sprockets that can be removed as a unit from a
unit built into the
. Others may call it a "cog" which more generally means a single rear wheel sprocket. A true freewheel has the racheting mechanism built into the sprocket assembly, not the hub, and fastens to the hub with large diameter, closely-spaced threads.
- Component sizing
Front Wheel Safety Tab or 'Washer'
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