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Ski Goggles For Snowmobile Snowboarding, Safety, Skate, Skiing Gears, Cycling And 2017 Other Motor Sports- Superior Protective Snow Glasses With UV Protection- 100% Eyesight, Anti-Fog & Scratch-Proof

Ski Goggles For Snowmobile Snowboarding, Safety, Skate, Skiing Gears, Cycling And 2017 Other Motor Sports- Superior Protective Snow Glasses With UV Protection- 100% Eyesight, Anti-Fog & Scratch-Proof

Ski Goggles For Snowmobile Snowboarding, Safety, Skate, Skiing Gears, Cycling And 2017 Other Motor Sports- Superior Protective Snow Glasses With UV Protection- 100% Eyesight, Anti-Fog & Scratch-Proof

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How To Fix Your Gears On The Trailside – What To Do If Your Gears Are Jumping

Sometimes your gears might start mis-shifting or jumping during a ride. It’s a quick fix though – here’s how to sort it on the trailside.
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Gears can start jumping due to a crash, or even just use. Yep, that’s right; your gear cables can and will stretch, which means that perfectly setup gears can lose adjustment and start to jump.

More often than not, these issues will be with your rear mech. It’s generally a pretty quick fix – just find the barrel adjuster on your shifter and either tighten or release the cable tension to fix your gears.

If you’ve had a crash, you’ll need to check that your mech is straight. This is an important one – bent mechs can snap and take out your chain, wheel and even frame in the worst case. Worth checking.

Your front mech (if you have one) will need the occasional bit of maintenance – again, you can do this using the barrel adjuster.

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Do It Yourself-Customize Your Bike

Fix Your Bike is an adhesive graphics kit designed by tagmi to customize your bike. With dozens of graphic patterns to choose from, there is something to satisfy every personality and mood.
Each kit contains 7 custom designed graphic pieces printed on a special film. Much more than a simple sticker, this material withstands water, UV rays and abrasions and can last up to 5 years and made in Italy.
Using only a ruler and utility knife, anyone can follow tagmi’s simple instructions to apply the graphic adhesive.
To apply a different Fix Your Bike kit or to return the bike to its original appearance, the removal process is easy, requires only a hair dryer and leaves no damage or residue.
Each season the existing collection, will be replaced and supplemented by a variety of new graphic designs.
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German Car Makers Shift Gears as China Slows

German Car Makers Shift Gears as China Slows
New-car prices are tumbling and new-car sales have fallen two months in a row, hitting the profits and share prices of the auto makers most dependent on the world's largest car market by sales. BMW and other German car makers were the biggest winners …
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Industry Ticker: Ti Cycles 25-year Retrospective coming to Velo Cult
Please join us from 6-10pm on Friday, August 28th, for a look back at 25 Years of Ti Cycles with a special collection of bikes and components from 1990 to today, hosted by the world famous Velo Cult (1969 NE 42nd Ave, Portland OR 97213). This event is …
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How to Adjust Gears & Derailleurs | Bicycle Repair

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Learn how to adjust bike gears and derailleurs from Silk Road Cycle’s Brendon Nicholas in this Howcast bicycle repair video, part one of three.

We’re going to talk about adjusting your front and rear derailleur.

If your front and rear derailleur are not working properly, it could be a number of different things. Basically there’s a thing right here called the derailleur hanger. If your gears are kind of skipping all over the place, that could be bent. It’s made to bend so that your frame doesn’t actually crack.

It could be that your chain is worn out. It also could be, we see a lot of times, where the cable in housing hasn’t been replaced in a long time. Basically that gets corroded, and it can’t move properly in and out of this piece of housing. That could be for both front and rear, the reasoning for why it’s not working.

This is a brand new bicycle, so those things won’t be an issue, but to adjust the gears you’re going to need a Phillips head screwdriver, and this is either a three-way, which has three different sides, or you’re just going to use a 5mm Allen.

To start out you want to make sure that your rear derailleur is shifted all the way down to it’s smallest gear here and that you take the tension off of the cable. The cable tension is what allows the derailleur to go up and down.

Now we’re going to in the back here. This is kind of an advanced thing. You may want help from somebody who has done this a couple different times, because it can be dangerous if it’s not done properly. These are called limit screws, and it limits the derailleur from either the chain going into the frame or the chain going into the spokes; which can be very dangerous because it could actually push the derailleur into the spokes and break the spokes while you’re riding.

What we’re going to do is we get really really close, and look at it completely straight up and down, and see where the derailleur is. There is usually an H and an L, meaning high and low gear, on the two different screws. If not you could just try out a screw and see if it works, and then if it doesn’t then unscrew it and try the other one.

This is the high screw, and we’re in the high gear which is the the smallest gear here in the back here. It’s the hardest gear to peddle. You start screwing that screw, and you’ll feel resistance eventually and you’ll the actual derailleur move. You can see the derailleur moving back and forth.

What you want to do is you want to get that nice and straight to the actual cogs, so it’s nice and straight up and down. You can see if it’s going to fall off, if you can just pull the derailleur. I’ll show you what I’m talking about here. If it’s not adjusted properly, the derailleur will pull right off and go right into the frame. See that, how it’s coming off and going into the frame.

Just to tighten it down so it’s pushing towards that way and it’s not skipping up. If you do it too much, it’ll start to skip up into the second gear. You can see that, so that’s not good. You want to make sure that it’s at the proper location.

Now that’s adjusted properly on the highest gear here, which is where you want to start. You’re going to place the cable onto the nut here. Basically what you want to do is you want to be finger tight at first, making sure that this barrel adjuster has been zeroed out. Zeroed basically means that it doesn’t look like it’s very far out like this. You kind of want to make it flush with the plastic and the metal or if it’s metal, metal. Whichever it is. Then you have some room to either make the cable a little bit tighter or a little bit looser, just as very small adjustments.
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Bicycle Repair and Maintenance – Learn How To Adjust Bike Gears

Bicycle Repair and Maintenance - Learn How To Adjust Bike Gears

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