Here is how to put a smaller sprocket on a BMX bike. If you want to put a smaller front sprocket on your BMX bike, you will need to put on a smaller rear sprocket as well, in order to keep the gear ratio the same. Otherwise the gearing will be really low and you won't be able to go fast. On the bike in the video, we have 25 teeth on the front sprocket and 9 teeth on the back, and it works really well. Watch and learn how to put smaller sprockets on your BMX bicycle.
Here is how to install a smaller sprocket on a BMX bike. If you have 2 piece cranks like me, this sprocket installation will be pretty simple and easy. To put on a BMX bolt drive sprocket, you have to unscrew the bolt in between the sprocket and the crank. To put on spline drive bmx cranks, you have to take off the cranks and slide on the new sprocket. It has a small piece that will click into place. You may have to adjust the length of your chain the number of teeth on your sprocket differs from the previous one on your BMX. I have a seperate video on how to break a bmx chain. LIKE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE INSTAGRAM: @CF3BMX, @charlie_wankelman, @statechump
This is my BMX bike check. I have put many after market parts on my BMX Bike. I have a full custom BMX Bike. Some of the parts on my BMX bike are Odyssey Griswald grips, Odyssey par ends Shimano brake lever Odyssey Top BMX bike brake cable Sunday BMX Tall-T Handle Bars,I Iove the Sunday Tall T bars, S&M BMX redneck XLT stem, Volume BMX Union Los Angeles frame Odyssey BMX lower Detangler cable Primo Fat pivotal seat FBM seat post, Primo BMX Hollowbite cranks Animal Hamilton pc pedals Odyssey Sealed bottom bracket Primo BMX 23 tooth sprocket Cult BMX Half Link chain Primo BMX Pro Front hub Primo Mix 8 tooth driver rear hub Primo XL 14 Gauge Forged Spokes Primo BMX Balance rim, Black front chrome on the back G-Sort G.L.A.N.D Hub Guards Stolen Joint HP front tire Maxxis Hookworm back tire (its temporary) and that's all the parts on my custom BMX bike.
Http://www.youtube.com/bikemanforu How to adjust the drivetrain on your bike with step-by-step instruction from YouTube's award-winning guru of DIY bicycle repair. Free shipping http://www.bikemanforu.com on bike parts, tires, tools, and cycling accessories. Last video in the three-part mini BMX series on how to assemble a bike you purchased online. Watch the entire how-to playlist here http://bit.ly/1oAINZH In this DIY tutorial, BikemanforU begins his repair by analyzing the problem. The crank issues are related to an off centered chain, requiring chainline or chain sight adjustment, necessating removal of the rear wheel to better line up the axle, as well as removal of the crank and bottom bracket inspection. This video also covers pinch bolts, and re-tightening of compression bolts, carefully tightening up each side of the crank until both sides are even and the wheel axle is balanced. While he tended to overtighten in an effort to install the parts correctly, the bike owner gets kudos for knowing how to install left and right side pedals fairly correctly, and also for realizing when he's over his head and needs to consult a professional. The featured bike is a beautifully glorious white and orange Sunday Aaron Ross EX Pro BMX that was purchased online, arrived in a box at the new owner's home. The manufacturer, Sunday Bike, has attempted to make assembly easy by requiring basically an allen key and a wrench for the job, and, quite understandly, the new owner was quick to put it together. But when the job turned out less than, he brought the bike into our shop in Westhampton Beach, NY. See how a pro dials in a bike while learning to fix and maintain your bicycle with the BikemanforU channel. http://www.youtube.com/bikemanforu Subscribing's free for new videos every week. Please rate, comment, or subscribe. Free Shipping http://www.bikemanforu.com on bike parts, tires, tools, and cycle accessories. Please rate, comment or subscribe. BikemanforU is on google + http://bit.ly/1eJU6fR @bikemanforu http://www.twitter.com/bikemanforu Like http://www.facebook.com/bikemanforu and http://www.instagram.com/bikemanforu
Custom 66cc Motorized Bmx bike (Pt. 2) In this video I strengthen my 66cc bmx bike and test the limits of the 44t sprocket. I put on a 32t later in the video as well as a pz16 carb. I do apologize, my audio was kinda funky :/ 🔴Thanks for watching!!🔴 😁 SUBSCRIBE for more videos! 🡆https://goo.gl/APMj6G I'm trying to reach 5000 subscribers! Hit that like button below!! 🡆Follow Me On INSTAGRAM for updates: https://www.instagram.com/vasily1fab/ 🡆2nd channel: https://goo.gl/VefhDW 🡆Donation Link: https://goo.gl/ZxbUeG ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music used in video: 1st Song: Joakim karud -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Things I use: ●Editing software: Cyberlink Power Director 15 https://goo.gl/dGtpM7 ●Main Camera 🎥: Panasonic G7 4k https://goo.gl/w1qHH3 ●Mic (Cheap and awesome) tacstar https://goo.gl/ErV5xn *I am family friendly
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Having the right gear ratios on your bike will make a huge difference to your riding experience. Here's a quick guide to how they work. Click here to subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Your gear ratios are defined by the size of your chainrings and the ratios offered by your cassette. Your tyre width also affects this to a certain extent, but by far the biggest influence us exerted by the chainrings and cassette. On a road bike you have two choices of chainset. Standard, which is commonly 53x39 and compact, commonly 50x34. Cassettes generally offer gears in the range of 11-25 or 11-28. In this video, Dan Lloyd explains how gear ratios are calculated and how you can use that knowledge to your benefit - don't forget to SHARE! Music: Archie Thompson - Gravedigger Jones: http://gcn.eu/1C4ihyT Buy GCN Cycling Kit! Click here: http://gcn.eu/BuyGCNKitYT Get GCN T-Shirts and hoodies: http://gcn.eu/buy_GCN_stuff About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Santini cycling kit: http://gcn.eu/BuyGCNKitYT Kask helmets: http://gcn.eu/1FrbcHK fi’zi:k shoes: http://gcn.eu/1tsXI7S Youtube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW Leave us a comment below!
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FRAME 100% chromoly with integrated headset, Mid BB, integrated seat post clamp TOP TUBE LENGTH 22.125” CHAIN STAY LENGTH 13.75” HEAD TUBE ANGLE 74º SEAT TUBE ANGLE 70º FORK 100% chromoly with built-in bearing race, tapered legs, internally threaded alloy compression bolt BARS 100% chromoly 8.8 x 29”, 11° back, 4° up STEM Wise alloy top load, 50mm HEADSET 45/45 integrated sealed cartridge bearings BRAKE Wise alloy U-brake LEVER Wise alloy, hinged REAR HUB Wise alloy sealed bearing 10-tooth cassette with 14mm axle FRONT HUB Wise alloy sealed bearing with 3/8” axle SPROCKET Wise 26-tooth alloy CRANKS Wise 3-piece tubular chromoly, 170mm, 8-spline spindle BB 19mm sealed Mid CHAIN KMC Z-510 PEDALS DK Blender PC platform RIMS Wise Rectrix 1 36mm singlewall 36-hole alloy TIRES Multi-surface 65psi 22 x 2.3” SEAT Wise Denim padded Pivotal SEAT POST Wise alloy Pivotal, 25.5mm SEAT POST CLAMP Integrated GRIPS DK Tsuka with press-in bar plug FEATURES 3D head tube badge WEIGHT 26 lbs 12 oz
How to change, upgrade, or replace chainrings without removing crank. I searched for a how to change chainrings video and all of the videos that I found said to take the crank off first. One video talked about not having to do so, but did not show it so I decided to video me doing it mistakes and all. In the end it turned out perfect and was very very easy. I hope that this how-to helps a few people. Thanks and great luck with all of your projects! Here is a link to a pdf that Park Tool provides that you may need to refer to for your project. It is a list of torque specifications: http://www.parktool.com/uploads/files... Here is the link to the Park Tool Chainring Nut Wrench: http://www.parktool.com/product/chain...